By E.J.W. Gibb
Volume I (originally released 1900, in the course of Gibb’s lifetime) starts with an creation at the foundation, personality and scope of Ottoman poetry, and gives a proof of its relevant verse kinds and rhyme schemes. Gibb then discusses poets of the interval 1300 to round 1450, contemplating this a formative period during which poetry was once normally extra ‘West-Turkish’ popular and strongly motivated through neighborhood dialect than Ottoman later grew to become. most effective one of the poets mentioned are Sultan Veled (d. 1312), son of the respected mystic Celaleddin Rumi; Yunus Emre (fl. early 1300s), a grasp of ‘rugged’ mystical verse within the Turkish syllabic metre; and Süleyman Çelebi (d. 1422) writer of the Mevlid, a ‘Hymn at the Prophet’s Nativity’ which got a crucial position in Turkish tradition via its recital every year in the course of celebrations at the birthday of the Prophet Muhammad. Gibb’s approach in all volumes is to provide biographical info on each one author, drawn basically from Ottoman biographical dictionaries of poets, via English translations of a few in their extra major poems and synopses of longer texts. For these types of components, a wealth of explanatory footnotes presents additional cultural depth.
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A History of Ottoman Poetry Volume I: 1300-1450: 1300-1450 v. 1 (Gibb Memorial Trust Turkish Studies) by E.J.W. Gibb