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Abstract


THE EXAMINATION OF INTERTEXTUALITY BETWEEN İSLAM TÜRKAY’S POEM ENTITLED “TÜRK OĞLU TÜRKEM MEN” AND THE ORKHON INSCRIPTIONS
The texts that literally come out as a result of processing thoughts and feelings, are in fact the products of continuation of each other and have traces and similarities. The Orkhon Inscriptions, which have an importance in Turkish writing language, have also become a source of inspiration for many poets and writers in the Turkish world with the cultural items they contain. One of the most important poets of Azerbaijani geography İslam Türkay is also among the poets are fed from the Orkhon Inscriptions and old Turkish life and beliefs. It is possible to see this clearly in the poem entitled “Türk Oğlu Türkem Men” which is included in the work of the poet ‘Eşgim Menim Dar Ağacım’. In this article, both texts are examined comparatively in order to reveal the intertextuality between the poem entitled “Türk Oğlu Türkem Men” and the Orkhon Inscriptions. The common elements (creation, life and belief, customs, historical and cultural ties, valuing the water, land, patriarchy, state and nation, ancestry, Turkish pride and consciousness, unity and integrity) have been identified.

Keywords
The Orkhon Inscriptions, İslam Türkay, the poem entitled Türk Oğlu Türkem Men, intertextuality, rela



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