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Book Title: Bütün Öyküleri 2|
The author of the book: Sabahattin Ali
Date of issue: December 1997
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Format files: PDF
The size of the: 832 KB
Edition: Yapı Kredi Yayınları
Read full description of the books Bütün Öyküleri 2:Bütün Öyküleri 2: "Gözüm sekiz arşın kalınlığındaki taş duvarları aşıyor, güverte kenarında eteklerini uçurarak vincin işlemesini seyreden kızları, merdivenden kocaman yatak denkleri indirmeye çalışan hamalları görüyordu. Yerimden fırlamak, gardiyanları, jandarmaları şöyle elimin tersiyle iterek çıkıp yürümek, bir sandala atlayıp gemiye varmak ve kaptana: 'Çek!' demek istiyordum. Gözümde tüten ne şehirler, ne de kırlar ve ormanlardı. Açık denizleri, etrafında duvar olmayan uçsuz bucaksız yerleri arıyordum. Ama ruhumuz böyle gökyüzlerinde uçup dururken birdenbire yere inip insan küçüklüğü ile karşılaşmak ne tuhafa oluyor." - ("Katil Osman"dan) -- Bu ikinci ciltte, Sabahattin Ali'nin 1940'lı yıllarda yayımlanan "Yeni Dünya" ve "Sırça Köşk" adlı öykü kitaplarıyla, tek oyunu "Esirler" bir araya geliyor. Sabahattin Ali, ışığını ve izini günümüze de düşürüyor.
Read information about the authorSabahattin Ali (February 25, 1907 – April 2, 1948) was a Turkish novelist, short-story writer, poet, and journalist.
He was born in 1907 in Eğridere township (now Ardino in southern Bulgaria) of the Sanjak of Gümülcine (now Komotini in northern Greece), in the Ottoman Empire. He lived in Istanbul, Çanakkale and Edremit before he entered the School of Education in Balıkesir. Then, he was transferred to the School of Education in Istanbul, where he graduated in 1926. After serving as a teacher in Yozgat for one year, he earned a fellowship from the Ministry of National Education and studied in Germany from 1928 to 1930. When he returned to Turkey, he taught German language in high schools at Aydın and Konya.
While he was serving as a teacher in Konya, he was arrested for a poem he wrote criticizing Atatürk's policies, and accused of libelling two other journalists. Having served his sentence for several months in Konya and then in the Sinop Fortress Prison, he was released in 1933 in an amnesty granted to mark the 10th anniversary of the declaration of the Republic of Turkey. He then applied to the Ministry of National Education for permission to teach again. After proving his allegiance to Atatürk by writing the poem "Benim Aşkım" (literally: My Love or My Passion), he was assigned to the publications division at the Ministry of National Education. Sabahattin Ali married on May 16, 1935 and did his military service in 1936. He was imprisoned again and released in 1944. He also owned and edited a popular weekly newspaper called "Marko Paşa" (pronounced "Marco Pasha"), together with Aziz Nesin.
Upon his release from prison, he suffered financial troubles. His application for a passport was denied. He was killed at the Bulgarian border, probably on 1 or 2 April 1948. His body was found on June 16, 1948. It is generally believed that he was killed by Ali Ertekin, a smuggler with connections to the National Security Service, who had been paid to help him pass the border. Another hypothesis is that Ertekin handed him over to the security services, and he was killed during interrogation. It is believed he was killed because of his political opinions.
Sabahattin Ali's 100th birth anniversary was celebrated in Bulgarian city Ardino in March 31, 2007. Ali is a well-known author in this country because his books have been read in schools in Bulgaria since 1950s.
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