Samuel Taylor Coleridge in "Yaşlı Gemici" şiirinde semptom olarak Albatros



The relationship between the individual and nature in Samuel Taylor Coleridge's poems
Bal, Reyyan; Sönmez, Margaret Jeanne M.; Department of English Literature (2004)
This thesis analyses the individual-nature relationship in Samuel Taylor Coleridge's poems. It begins with an overview of Coleridge's inconsistent views on the subject, as reflected in his prose writings, and explains the personal reasons behind such inconsistencies. The thesis then asserts that despite the inconsonant views expressed in his prose writings, Coleridge's poems display a consistent view of the individual-nature relationship. According to this view, the relationship is constituted of three cons...
Edward Albee's drama under the influence of Samuel Beckett
Küçük, Hale; Norman, Ünal; Department of English Literature (2008)
Edward Albee is influenced by the Absurd Drama of Samuel Beckett whose works involve existential concerns. Albee follows Beckett’s traces in the dramatization of uncertainty, alienation and the question of freedom. Albee’s characters do not have fixed identities, and they suffer from their identity problems. The notion of Other enhances this uncertainty. The ambiguity of existence, whether they really are or not, presents another problem for these characters. Their lives are based on illusions, and the line...
Metadrama, theatrıcalıty and performatıvıty ın samuel beckett’s late plays
Eşberk, Hatice; Sönmez, Margaret Jeanne M.; İçöz, Nursel; Department of English Language Teaching (2013)
In this study six of Samuel Beckett’s plays are analysed by concentrating on features that are considered within postmodern aesthetics. In doing so, the study is separated into three parts, being metadrama, theatricality and performativity. For each part two Beckettian plays are analysed. In the first section, Catastrophe and Krapp’s Last Tape are investigated in terms of their use of the metadramatic devices outlined by Richard Hornby. In the second part, the theatricality in Ohio Impromptu and Not I is st...
Jungian archetypes in samuel beckett's trilogy
Kızılcık, Hale; Sönmez, Margaret Jeanne M.; Department of English Literature (2005)
This thesis analyses the Jungian archetypes employed in Beckett's trilogy. It begins with an overview of Jungian archetypes and the relation of these archetypes to the fundamental themes dealt with in Beckett's work. The thesis then asserts that some archetypal features occur almost obsessively and are further clearly implicated in the main themes of the trilogy. The central archetypal patterns that frequently appear in the novel are the hero's quest, return to paradise and rebirth. This dissertation is the...
Postmodernist and poststructuralist elements in Samuel Beckett’s "The Trilogy" and Oğuz Atay’s "Tehlikeli Oyunlar"
Kaya, Hilal; İçöz, Nursel; Department of English Language Teaching (2009)
The aim of this thesis is to analyse the postmodernist and poststructuralist elements in Samuel Beckett’s The Trilogy: Molloy, Malone Dies, The Unnamable and Oğuz Atay’s Tehlikeli Oyunlar. One text from English literature and one from Turkish literature will be compared. In Beckett’s and Atay’s novels the main issues of postmodernism and poststructuralism such as subject-object dialectic, the metaphysics of presence, the correspondence theory of truth, origin, self, language, intertextuality and metafiction...
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N. Birlik, “Samuel Taylor Coleridge in “Yaşlı Gemici” şiirinde semptom olarak Albatros,” Littera, pp. 81–94, 2010, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: