Ece Ayhan Çağlar

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Ece Ayhan Çağlar (1931, Muğla – July 13, 2002, İzmir) was a contemporary Turkish poet. He used the name Ece Ayhan in his poems. He is one of the prominent figures of the II. New Movement, however he didn't accept this name and preferred Civilian Poetry. He was openly gay.[1][2]

Selected works[edit]

  • Kınar Hanım'ın Denizleri (1959) (Seas of Kinar Hanim)
  • Bakışsız Bir Kedi Kara (1965) (A Blind Cat Black)
  • Ortodokslular (1968) (Orthodoxies)
  • Devlet ve Tabiat (1973)(Government and Nature)
  • Yort Savul (Collection of the above works, 1977)
  • Zambaklı Padişah (1981) (The Sultan's Lily)
  • Defterler (Diaries, 1981) (Notebooks)
  • Çok Eski Adıyladır (1982) (With It's Very Old Name)
  • Kolsuz bir Hattat (Prose, 1987) (An Armless Calligrapher)
  • Çanakkaleli Melahat'a İki El Mektup ya da Özel Bir Fuhuş Tarihi (1991) (Two Rounds Of Letter To Melahat Of Çanakkale or A Special History Of Prostitution)
  • Sivil Şiirler (1993) (Civil Poems)
  • Son Şiirler (1993) (Last Poems)
  • Bütün Yort Savul'lar (Complete poetry, 1994)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  • Ece Ayhan (1997). A Blind Cat Black and Orthodoxies. Sun and Moon Press.  (ISBN 1-55713-102-3)
  • Ahmet Soysal: "A'dan Z'ye Ece Ayhan" (Supplement of Kitaplık review,Istanbul: 2003)
  • Ahmet Soysal: "Eşsiz Olana Yakınlık" (Kanat ed., 2006, Istanbul)

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