Nil Korkut Naykı

Department of Foreign Language Education
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Writing History through Literature: Modernity and the Holocaust through the Lens of Martin Amis’s Time’s Arrow
Korkut Naykı, Nil; Nazli, Elzem (2018-04-08)
Speaking to the Spectre: A Hauntological Approach to Trauma in Daphne du Maurier’s Rebecca
Korkut Naykı, Nil (2017-05-10)
Hopeless Romantics: Reality versus Imagination in Gustave Flaubert’s Madame Bovary and Joseph Conrad’s Lord Jim
Korkut Naykı, Nil (2017-03-01)
Although Gustave Flaubert’s Madame Bovary (1856) and Joseph Conrad’s Lord Jim (1900) are highly distinct novels in many respects, they are strikingly similar in the way they portray their protagonists. Both Emma Bovary and...
Anticipating the Existentialist Hero in Mikhail Lermontov’s A Hero of Our Time and Joseph Conrad’s Nostromo
Korkut Naykı, Nil (2017-01-01)
Tracing the similarities and differences between fictional characters belonging to different literary periods may provide good insight into how a character type may evolve through time in line with changing conditions and ...
Edebiyat Çalışmaları ve Psikoloji
Korkut Naykı, Nil (2016-03-01)
Proceedings of the 21st METU British Novelists Conference, 12-13 December 2013: The Brontë Sisters and Their Work.
Korkut Naykı, Nil; Altunsoy, Şafak; Aydoğdu, Merve (METU Department of Foreign Language Education, 2015-05-01)
A Hauntological Reading of Daphne du Maurier’s Rebecca and My Cousin Rachel
Korkut Naykı, Nil (2015-04-15)
Woman's Writing and the Body in a Turkish Context: Erendiz Atasu's The Other Side of the Mountain
Korkut Naykı, Nil (2014-09-01)
The mind-body dualism and woman's perception of her body in patriarchal culture have been major concerns for feminist thinking in the West. This essay attempts to place this issue within a non-western context through an an...
Dark Cartographies: Exploring Gothic Spaces
Korkut Naykı, Nil (Inter-Disciplinary Press, 2013-01-01)
Henry James and his Ghosts: Narrative Ambiguity in “The Real Right Thing” and “The Jolly Corner”
Korkut Naykı, Nil (2012-06-01)
When Henry James is considered in relation to the supernatural. The Turn of the Screw (1898) is usually the first and foremost work that comes to mind. This, however, is somewhat unfair to James, who produced, especially i...
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