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Abstract


THE UNLUCKY LIFE STORY OF CEM SULTAN IN CÂM-I CEM-ÂYÎN AND HIS NEW POEMS
This study focuses on Cem Sultan’s poems written in the tone of friendly chat included in the book Câm-ı Cem-âyîn by Bayatî. The study aims to reveal what is unknown about the poet’s life, personality, poems and his era. This study is concerned with friendship between Prince Cem (date of death 900/1495) and Hasan Bayatî (date of death 900/1495 in life) which started in Kaaba, the reason why the book “Câm-ı Cem-âyîn” was written, its importance and publication. This current study analyses two poems of Cem Sultan which are not included in his Turkish Collection of Poems, and makes explorations about Cem Sultan by setting out from these two poems and from the findings obtained by Ali Emîrî. Câm-ı Cem-âyîn, a short history of Ottoman Turks lineage, is a very important work in that it includes information on Bayatî’s and especially Cem Sultan’s life and personality. The study consists of introduction, two chapters, conclusion and a chapter about bibliography. In the introduction part the preface written by Ali Emîrî, information about the work based on the preface, and about the author is presented and then information on the form, content and publication of the book is offered. In Chapter One information about Cem Sultan’s life is given based on two different studies, and a lyric poem (gazal) written by Bayatî in Persian language and a poem written by Cem Sultan in parallel to Bayatî’s gazal in Turkish language (nazire gazal) are also analysed in this chapter. In Chapter Two a historical “tahmisnâme”, which is included in the epilogue of Câm-ı Cem-âyîn and which is the subject matter of this study is analysed in terms of form, content, and linguistic and stylistic properties. Having paraphrased the full text of this important poem- which is in the tone of friendly chat- with explanatory notes, the book reaches the conclusion and ends with bibliography giving references.

Keywords
Cem Sultan, Hasan Bayati, Cam-ı Cem-ayin, Tahmisname, Ali Emiri, Nevadir-i Eslaf.



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