Batman Universitesi Yasam Bilimleri Dergisi
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Cilt 2, Sayı 1  Temmuz-Aralık 2012  (ISSN: 2147-4877, E-ISSN: 2459-0614)
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1363358109 APOCALYPTIC, DEMONIC AND ANALOGIC IMAGERY IN NECIP FAZIL’S POEMS

Necip Fazıl is one of the most important face of republic period Turkish poem. His poems reflect expectation and belief felt for the reconstruction of a civilization. Based on a great civilization, his poems have been kneaded with rich imagery world. However, a trim classificatin of the imagery in Necip Fazıl’s poems couldn’t have been done until now. In his work called Anatomy of Criticism, Northrop Frye divides imagery to three categories: apocalyptic, demonic and analogic. Apocalyptic imagery is a world constructed on outline, geometry and proportion of divine design. Demonic imagery tells demonic two-way human being that carries angel and human features. That human being produce deviance and evil on one side, great human beings on the other side. However, imagery is mostly evil-weighted. Analogic imagery tells the innocence of human being and imageries of world constructed on loyalty and fidelity with innocent human and animals. In our study, apocalyptic, demonic and analogic imageries will be searched in all of the poems of Necip Fazıl.