Buket Doğan

Department of Modern Languages
Worldmaking via construction of language acts
Doğan, Buket (2020-07-23)
In 1978, Nelson Goodman coined the term “worldmaking” to show that several other “worlds” may exist along with the single “world” that most think they know. To be after a single absolute meaning of the “world” in the post-...
The Lemon Table as a Collection of Stories of Absences
Doğan, Buket (2019-12-13)
The Lemon Table as a Collection of Stories of Absence
Doğan, Buket (2018-12-13)
In his collection of short stories, Julian Barnes mainly focuses on the themes of loss and death. Through their stories, Barnes’ characters are depicted in glimpses in their long journey which is from their early life to t...
“Wine in Old and New Bottles’: Critical Paradigms for Joseph Conrad, “Conrad: Eastern and Western Perspectives
Doğan, Buket (null, 2013-01-01)
In “The Lagoon,” as Saidobserves, Arsat’s reflection upon his past tries to illuminate what has been souncomfortably mysterious to him (89). From Bhabha’s viewpoint, Arsat’s odysseycan best be explained with the help of th...
Harold Pinter's The Dumb Waiter
Doğan, Buket (2012-01-01)
Shakespeare's Hamlet as a Precursor of the Theatre of the Absurd
Doğan, Buket (Lambert, 2009-09-01)
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