NOVEL: Dikmen Yıldızı (Summit Star, ), Odun Kokusu (Smell of Wood, ) , Tang-Tango (Tang-Tango, ), Bir Şoförün Gizli Defteri (The Secret. The first case in which the departure of the Greeks is encountered is in the novel by Aka Gündüz (–) The Star of Dikmen (Dikmen Yıldızı) published in. “The Enemy Within: Aka Gündüz’s The Star of Dikmen as an Example of Turkish National Romances”. Erol Köroğlu (Koroglu). Uploaded by. E. Köroğlu (Koroglu).

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Your are currently browsing this site with Internet Explorer 6 IE6. On closer examination, however, it is seen that this loyalty is not evaluated on an individual basis but on a communal millet basis, as it was in the Ottoman period. There are two clear differences in the way the exchange gnndz populations is presented in Turkish and in Greek literature, which in turn are indicative of certain conditions found in the two countries and their ethnic communities.

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The Rums take pride in these sacrifices. Based on my study of the random sample this is almost all that has been produced on the exchange during the fifty-five years that followed it. This caused a greater impact on the Christians gnrz the more controlled conditions did on the Muslims. This is probably another main difference between the Greek and the Turkish communities.

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The Rums were competent and lovely people, and the town used to be alive and neat, and had clean streets and many beautiful fountains. Gnez Turk talks to a young Greek woman who is from a family that migrated from Anatolia and who visits Turkey. To download Internet Explorer 7 in the language of your choice, please visit the Internet Explorer 7 worldwide page.

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The title should be at least 4 characters long. Continue shopping Checkout Continue shopping. In Greece, one finds many societies, foundations, etc.

As was seen both in A. It was they who captured Anatolia, reaching as far as Afghanistan.

It is not individuals who are accused of wrongdoings but the state; the state acts, and the people suffer or dikmej as a result. First publication in in the collection of stories titled Es Be Suleyman, Es. The behavior of the individuals determines an evaluation of all the members of the millet.

Loyalty to the state is to be valued even if the state is misguided. The reader is led to feel pity for the people who had to leave their home country.

The Turkish hero Kemal meets a Muslim gnda who had immigrated from Crete.

The Exchange of Populations in Turkish Literature

I maintain that this is mainly owing to political reasons. In these texts the Rums are either loyal or disloyal to the state in their totality, as a group.

Manure and garbage are all around. The story develops as the Rums of an imaginary island leave for Greece following the exchange, and as Poyraz Musa, a Muslim, comes to settle there in their place.

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The members of his family still speak Greek amongst themselves, which reminds the locals of the Greek invasion of The relations between Rums and Turks are idyllic on the island — it is as if nationalism had never existed in Anatolia. See also Oran Ydz town had four primary schools and two high schools. In Turkish literature the predominant sense is that of belonging to a strong and sovereign central state.

This issue is the subject of extensive discussion, particularly by Turkish intellectuals, but also by Islamists, Kurds, nationalists, Kemalists, and others.

The Rums with whom the reader becomes acquainted have a very strong attachment to the Ottoman state. At Kobo, we try to ensure that published reviews do not contain rude or profane language, spoilers, or any of our reviewer’s personal information.

In the novel, everybody — the Rums themselves, the Turks in the area, the civil servants and the military dignitaries — would prefer the Rums to stay ibid.: This study is based on randomly selected novels and 60 volumes of short stories of Turkish writers published in the years between and For more details see Millas ,