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Jahrhundert n. Ebenso wichtige Inschriften wurden unter anderem in China im autonomen Gebiet Xinjiang , in Sibirien , in Kirgisistan am Yssyk-See , welche auch Yssyk-Schriften genannt werden, gefunden. In dem Buch geht es um Wahrsagerei und um Schamanismus und Buddhismus. Letzteres ist in Fragmenten von Handschriften und Blockdrucken ab dem Jahrhundert erhalten.

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Taught in: Term 1 This module is based on the close reading of texts and their examination within their broader literary and historical context. As such it is a language use module whose objective is to make an intensive study of a selection of texts prose and poetry in literary Ottoman, from different periods and genres. The course will cover the development of the Ottoman literary language and the function of prose and poetry in Ottoman literature.

The literary merit of the texts examined will be considered in light of the historical context and linguistic registered employed. Objectives and learning outcomes of the module Objective A close reading and critical assessment of texts in literary classical Ottoman from various genres and different periods. Learning outcomes: 1. Scope and syllabus This is a literature module based on the close reading of texts and their examinations within their borader lietary contetxt. As such it is a language use module whose objective is to make an intensive study of a broad selection of Ottoman literary texts covering different genres and the whole span of Ottoman literature until the Tanzimat reforms of the nineteenth century.

The syllabus will normally include the reading and discussion of literary works in prose and verse. Works will be selecetd from the early Ottoman period e. The literary merit of the works will be examined in light of the historical context and linguistic registered employed.

Andrews, Walter G. Durham: Duke University Press. An Introduction to Ottoman Poetry. Ottoman Lyric Poetry. Aynur, Hatice, Bombaci, A. Dankoff, Robert, Translation and Commentary by Robert Dankoff. With a Historical Introduction by Rhoads Murphey. Faroqhi, Suraiya, Subjects of the Sultan : Culture and daily life in the Ottoman Empire.

London: IB Tauris. Feldman, Walter, Fleischer, Cornell, Gibb, E. A History of Ottoman Poetry. Vols ed. Edward G. London: Luzac. Holbrook, V. Imber , Colin, European History in Perspective Series. London: Palgrave. İz, Fahir, Mitler, Louis, Ottoman Turkish Writers. New York: Peter Lang. Architecture, Ceremonial and Power. Cambridge, MA.

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Taught in: Term 1 This module is based on the close reading of texts and their examination within their broader literary and historical context. As such it is a language use module whose objective is to make an intensive study of a selection of texts prose and poetry in literary Ottoman, from different periods and genres. The course will cover the development of the Ottoman literary language and the function of prose and poetry in Ottoman literature. The literary merit of the texts examined will be considered in light of the historical context and linguistic registered employed.

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