(E–pub İndir) [Dede Korkut Kitâbı] Yazar Anonymous
Well read the first legend and conclude that it won t be worth much to continueThe poetic Topics are always the same blood a lot of BLOOD MOUNTAINS HORSES CAMELS AND SHEEP mountains horses camels and sheep a way it reminds me of some biblical texts It s a much monotonous book with only male heroes head cutter badges And one of the legends the third is a blatant copy of a Greek writingIn conclusion the reader will have to be very patient and eager to praise
The Arab Culture Sorry For Arab culture Sorry for English Easily the best and most interesting epic fantasy about the Oghuz Turks An interesting assortment of heroic folktales from Central Asia the same yet different from the tales Europeans know better The simple stories force me to ask a lot of uestions about the influence of Islam Greek myth Persian and nomadic cultures on the storyteller Despite their exaggerated might all the characters get in over their heads and get bailed out at the last minute by the full force of the Seljuk princes The stories of Dede Korkut are the epic history of the Oghuz Turks who crossed the steppes of what Rory Stewart called The Land In Between ultimately to settle in Anatolia after several centuries discarding their shamanist traditions and picking up Islam on the way The original stories tell of battles between heroes and their traditional enemies the Kipchak Turks with the enemy changing along the way to Christianized tribal enemies This English version is translated from a written late 16th century version that was actually written down It has tons of footnotes because the subject matter is so unfamiliar to most English readers It s also illustrated with photographs of one Oghuz tribe that has kept its traditional ways into modern times to help the reader visualize the impact of these tales There isn t a way to reproduce the oral cadences and rhymes of the original so a system of rhyming prose is used as a suggestion The stories themselves are fascinating particularly the portraits of traditional women who are sought in marriage because they can best their fiance in riding archery and killing One "mother leads men to war to recapture the son her husband allowed to be kidnapped If you ve read lots "leads men to war to recapture the son her husband allowed to be kidnapped If you ve read lots folk tales these will often sound familiar There are orphaned babes suckled by animals fairies who haunt ponds women who are trapped in human bodies because a man has stolen their animal skin a one eyed giant tricked by a hero hiding among animals and trials to win brides Turkic tribes have such a long lineage it is impossible to tell if they are the source of such tales or if they borrowed them. Çocukluğunda Dede Korkut adını duymamış olan yoktur O yaşlarda hakkında fazla bir şey bilmediğimiz ya da öğrenmediğimiz Dede Korkut Türklerin gelenek ve göreneklerini yaşama biçimlerini değer yargılarını yansıtan hikayelerin anlatıcısı derleyip toparlayıcısı.
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Lady Burla the Tall overheard this and fire fell her heart and soul Alas for my falcon uivering inBurla the Tall overheard this and fire fell her heart and soul Alas for my falcon uivering in fist In those days the nobles blessings were blessings and their curses were curses and their prayers used to be answered Three times he kissed her once he bit her Among the Oghuz nobles lying was unknown they believed him and wept I shall not call you horse but brother and better than any brother There s work to be done comrade I shall say and better than any comrade With your proud swaggering walk your lion like stance your intent gaze you are so like my brother Beyrek minstrel The Black Lord was felled by a blow from Wild Dundar s sword Kara Budak felled the Black Lion King The Lady Burla the Tall aimed a blow of her sword at the infidels black standard and brought it down make his soul yelp and bring it here Now the infidel King of Trebizond had a mightily beautiful and beloved daughter She used to draw two bows at once to her right and to her left The arrow she shot never fell to earth Wherever dust is falling and swirling wherever the crow and raven are dancing there shall I seek him Warrior nonchalantly cutting off heads warrior attacking my enemy without so much as a by your leave what warrior are you My strong white gripped bow which I bought at the price of a stallion my twisted string which I bought at the price of a bull who weeps blood if for three days running he does not see an enemy They withdrew to a place apart they clung together they who had longed for each other talked together and howled together like wolves of the wilderness Armour is known by its angling as meat is known by its seething My left eye wept at the awesome sight One day Salur Kazan son of Ulash lion of heroes chick of the long plumed bird hope of the wretched and the helpless prop of forsaken warriors marshal of the teeming Oghuz foe of Kan Abkaz master of the chesnut horse brother of Kara Gone uncle of Kara Budak father of Khan Uraz rose up from his place The boy inuired What is the meaning of enemy Kazan replied
my son theson the of enemy is the people whom we kill when we catch them and when they catch us they kill us I see my son said Kanli Koja you don t want a girl you want a dare devil hero to look after you and you can eat and drink and be merry That is so my dear father he replied but you ll go and get me some pretty dressed up doll of a Turcoman girl whose belly will split if I should suddenly lean over and fall on her Son said Kanli Koja finding the girl is up to yo. Lan her şeye verilen değer gibi evrensel temaların yanında hikayelerin her satırına ozanca bir duyarlık sinmiştirÖzgün adı Kitab ı Dedem Korkut ala lisan ı tarife i Oğuzan olan bu başyapıt Adnan Binyazar tarafından yalınlaştırılıp genç okurlarımıza kazandırıld. In addition there are purely Turkish components such as the gall bladder as the organ governing fear that lice can t live on a coward the rental of teeth at a
banuet fate written on the forehead and ancestors who are trees If any of this sounds fascinating you willfate written on the forehead and ancestors who are trees If any of this sounds fascinating you will this book I really enjoyed this collection of 12 Oghuz Turkic epic poems partly because they are similar to some of the Central Asian and Karakalpak heroic dastans It is a must read for people interested in Turkic and Central Asian literature and culture especially since so little of it is available in English The epics in this book are even enjoyable stories A fascinating collection of stories Maybe a bit too foreign for the average reader but I would recommend to all who enjoy world literature epic poetry or ust like to read something different A great collection of Turkish myths and folk tales A fairy is raped An ogre is so terrifying that camels piss blood and die at the very sight of his approach Good times I m really glad I found this got it from Scribes book shop with the last of my birthday voucher I love mythology and ancient epics but I had no idea this one even existed These are the Stories Of The Oghuz of the Oghuz a Muslim Mongol like culture that were the ancestors of the OttomansThe most refreshing aspect of these stories are the powerful women The women are ust as battle ready as the men not afraid to stand up for themselves or to rescue their lovers if needed The men are much as you d expect from a warrior culture and tend to be a little rash and foolish t The story of this epic is beautiful It tells the history of one founding tribe of Oghuz Turks in their setting in Anadolia and beyond It tells among other things of heroes ot Turkic people of their bravery and endurance and love For the age of heroes is impregnated with love the best hero must have the best girl the one worth having and it means putting his life in danger eoperdizing it of many a brave knight or warrior I was reminded of this epic while rereading La Chanson de Nibenlungen for Sigfried super hero mythic hero has his girl his destiny Kr Dirse Khan came home He called to his wife Come here luck of my head throne of my house my sugar melon my honey melon great sorrow came over his wife her black almond eyes filled with bloody tears the boy gave the bull a merciless punch on the forehead and the bull went sliding on his rump Dirse Khan took up his strong bow strung with wolf sinew you will not die of this wound The flowers of the mountain with your mother s milk will be salve for it Olan bir Türk atasıdır 14 ve 15 yüzyıllarda yazıya geçirilen ama öncesinin çok ötelerde olduğu bilinen bu hikayelere destan da denilmektedir Dildeki sadelik ve açıklık anlatımındaki akıcılık bu yapıtın bugünlere ulaşmasını sağlamıştır Doğa sevgisi insanca .