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Transformation from Poetic to Prose in Classical Turkish Literature Texts: Mihr u Vefa
Stories, meaning of the word conveying, narration, imitating, reporting, have been incorporated into the folk narratives society in order to educate people religiously and morally with the adoption of Islam, in the old Turkish societies. With the development of the palace life, the importance of Iranian literature over time and the poets gathered around the palace to write works under this influence, the old story understanding changed and started to separate from the folk stories. The story concept in classical literature has been started to use for all narrated texts. The first period of classical Turkish literature products were mostly translation or adaptation from Arabic and Persian, rewriting of the works written within the framework of Islamic tradition without going beyond the main framework such as subject, names, main story, works written with the tradition of nazire were sought after the dimension of the boundaries drawn by tradition for poets. The works written on the same subject as a requirement of the same approach have been re-examined in different forms in different centuries. While some of the first story texts were written in verse, they were written in prose in later centuries, some prose stories were taken to the verse in the later centuries. The aim of this study is to reveal the process of transition from mesnevi to prose story. Mihr ü Vefâ, one of the couple's heroic stories, was one of the stories transformed into prose while the first one was a poetic. In the study, firstly the story and information about the story in Classical literature were given, then there is mention about the Mihr ü Vefâ mesnevi’s, finally, the poetic Mihr ü Vefa that belongs to Hâşimî and prose story Mihr ü Vefa belongs to unknown author comparison were made. Both mentioned copies were compared by divided into episodes, differences were revealed and their motives were evaluated.

Poetic, Prose, Mihr ü Vefâ, Story

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