Architectural aspects in the poems of Necip Fazıl Kısakürek
Necip Fazıl Kısakürek is the most important poet and thinker in the Turkish Literature in the twentieth century. He was born in May 26, 1904 in Istanbul and died in May 25, 198. Witnessing several important events in his life that lasted 78 years, the poet wrote several writings in several fields of literary types. The poet who was known as the Sayyed, was considered in the first position among poets and artists for his poetic identity. His grave is in Eyüp Sultan graveyard in his home city Istanbul.
The architecture includes a study of the city structure according to the distribution of its areas.
Architecture concept is divided into different periods of time as well as different styles that differ according to the differences among cultures. Every culture has its own private architectural structure. The importance of this structure appears when it is interpreted in literature such as the human soul that can be treated as stones, soil, wood … etc. the most important aspect that makes the architecture and its aspects have such importance is visual decorum that attracts the attention of people. This is of course the highest level of artistic activities in addition to the need of people to find a place to live in. It is impossible for a work of art to pass without being noticed by the poets who introduced the themes that describe the emotions as well as human thoughts. They wrote several poems that represent different points of view about the architecture beauties and its impact on human soul. Necip Fazıl Kısakürek without any doubts is considered one of those poets whose interpretations of architectural concepts are our main concern in this study.
The study includes this inclusive abstract about the poet. Then we will discuss some information about life and literary writing in addition to the works of Necip Fazıl Kısakürek because he is one of the most important poets in the twentieth century. Then the study discusses some information that deals with architectural engineering with references to the architectural aspects in the poetry of Kısakürek.
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