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Abstract


SCATTERED LIVES AT WAR IN THE NOVELS OF CENGIZ DAĞCI
Cengiz Dağcı had endured all kinds of oppressions, tyrannies, torments, exiles; every sort of agony that can be inflicted by a human being to a fellow human being. He personally experienced the sorrow of losing one’s homeland. During the World War II; his path crossed with Regina, his future wife, in Warsaw. They settled in London after the war. England is a new beginning for Cengiz Dağcı and his wife. A Crimean Turk and a Pole withstand many obstacles together and build a new life far away from their motherlands, families and cultures. With a glimpse to Cengiz Dağcı’s and Regina’s life; it can be said that the war tore them from their homes, turned their lives upside-down; thus destroyed their past lives and scattered them against their wills like a wind scattering falling leaves. In this work, it is aimed to reflect how the war changes the lives of the characters in Dağcı’s World War II themed novels and hurls them to foreign lands, the resemblance of this to the personal life of the author and how the fates of these characters are in fact the fates of their nations.

Keywords
Cengiz Dağcı, World War II, Scattering, Fate, Novel.



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