'Genis Zamanlar'

Çalışkan, Sevda


'Hayati Savunma Bicimleri'.
Çalışkan, Sevda (JSTOR, 1998-03-01)
“From the root of the old one” : reconfiguring individual and collective identities in Anglophone Afro-Caribbean poetry
Türe, Özlem; Sönmez, Margaret Jeanne M.; Department of Foreign Language Education (2007)
This thesis analyzes how Afro-Caribbean poets writing in English appropriate language and use memory as a thematic tool to articulate postcolonial identities. The present study is organized in three parts: the first part provides the necessary theoretical background regarding postcolonial theory, the politics of hybridity and resistance; the second part examines poets’ struggles over language and social forms of poetry; the third part deals with the site of memory as a revisionary tool in rewriting history ...
Abject representations of female desire in postmodern British female gothic fiction
Aktari, Selen; İçöz, Nursel; Department of English Literature (2010)
The aim of this dissertation is to study postmodern British Female Gothic fiction in terms of its abject representations of female desire which subvert the patriarchal definition of female sexuality as repressed and female identity as the object of desire. The study analyzes texts from postmodern Female Gothic fiction which are feminist rewritings of the traditional Gothic narratives. The conventional Gothic plot is based on the Oedipal development of identity which excludes the (m)other and deprives the fe...
Freedom in Confinement: Women's Prison Narratives and the Politics of Possibility
Yıldız Bağçe, Hülya (Informa UK Limited, 2019-03-15)
This article explores the intersections of politics and aesthetics, in two different narrative modes, representing a gendered experience of the prison space by two women writers from the Middle East: Sevgi Soysal's memoir Yildirim Bolge Women's Ward (1976), on her days spent in the political prison of the military coup of 1971 in Turkey, and Salwa Bakr's novel The Golden Chariot Does Not Ascend to the Heavens (1991), narrating the fictional lives of incarcerated women in a civilian prison in Cairo. Both nar...
Çalışkan, Sevda (JSTOR, 1999-03-01)
Citation Formats
S. Çalışkan, “‘Genis Zamanlar’,” WORLD LITERATURE TODAY, pp. 680–680, 1998, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/63775.