Edip Cansever

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Edip Cansever (pronounced [eˈdip ˈdʒanseveɾ]; August 8, 1928 – May 28, 1986) was a Turkish poet.

Biography[edit]

Born in Istanbul, Turkey, Cansever attended Trade Academy for some time, and worked as an antiquity salesman in Grand Bazaar, Istanbul. Despite his denial, he is considered to be a member of second new generation:

Works[edit]

  • İkindi Üstü (1947)
  • Dirlik Düzenlik (1954)
  • Yerçekimli Karanfil (1957)
  • Umutsuzlar Parkı (1958)
  • Petrol (1959)
  • Nerde Antigone (1961)
  • Sonrası Kalır (1964)
  • Çağrılmayan Yakup (1966)
  • Kirli Ağustos (1970)
  • Tragedyalar (1974)
  • Ben Ruhi Bey Nasılım (1976)
  • Sevda ile Sezgi (1977)
  • Şairin Seyir Defteri (1980)
  • Yeniden (Collected Poems, 1981)
  • Bezik Oynayan Kadınlar (1982)
  • İlkyaz Şikayetçileri (1984)
  • Oteller Kenti (1985)

Notes[edit]

  • Ahmet Necdet, Modern Turk Siiri Yonelimler, Tanikliklar, Ornekler, Broy Publishing, October 1993.

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