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Hüseyin Nihal Atsız Kimdir? Hayatı, Edebi Kişiliği, Eserleri

He first studied at the Military School of Medicine but was expelled due to his ultra-nationalist views and activities. He then began to study at the Teachers College in Istanbul and the Istanbul University School of Literature and graduated from both in He also published Orhan from to and again from to Orkun was first published in He served as a literature teacher for a number of years. His third novel, Deli Kurt Mad Wolfis about the mystic romance between a Sipahi warrior and a mysterious shamanist nomad woman in the early Ottoman Empire.

His last novel, Ruh Adam Soul Manis quite a complex psychological novel. It has a complex story, which is generally about the forbidden platonic love affair between an alcoholic ex-army officer and a diabolical, mysterious young high school student.

The plot develops on the reincarnation of two lovers, which was a warrior banned from the army because geecesi his love to the girl was greater than his love to his country in ancient nomad times. A famous politicised novel of his was Dalkavuklar Gecesi Night of The Sycophantsa historical allegory and critique of Kemalism. His poems are in the style of Pre- Islamic literature and his common themes are idealism, honour, forbidden lovewar and history.


Most importantly, his supporters ridiculed Kemalist attempts at building a civic nation model in the Early Republican Era.

He was foremost known for his nationalist views, his active campaign against Turkish communistsand his embracing of Tengriistic ancient Turkic traditions.

Kemalismwhich had been condemned so harshly in his novel ” Dalkavuklar Gecesi ” The Night of The Sycophants is the founding ideology of the Republic of Turkey. In other words, citizens of Turkey who happened to be of Kurdish, Greek, Dalkavuklaar, Jewish dlakavuklar Assyrian descent had only to accept a plebiscite, according to this view, to take advantage of the opportunity of Turkificationas far as their citizenship status was concerned, and gaining full equality with ethnic Turks, geceesi that they remained faithful to their side of the bargain.

Inhe had written that “the Jew” was among “the internal enemies of Turkey” but inhe praised the Jewish people for setting an example of strong nationalism Zionism: He thought Turks and non-Turks should not intermarry and love has not the same value as nationalist feelings. He further believed nationalism was superior than religion and Islam was a manifestation of the struggle of the Arabs to form a nation. He first got sentenced to 6 years and 6 months in prison, after the sentence was lowered to 1 year and 6 months and at the end he received an amnesty.

He wrote Kurds should leave Turkey and learn from the Armenians what happens to the people who challenge the Turkish nation. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.


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