In Anar’s “I, You and the Telephone” the Blindly Love and Identity Conflict Cover Image

Anar’ın “Ben, Sen, O Ve Telefon” Hikâyesinde Görmeden Sevmek Ve Kimlik Çatışması
In Anar’s “I, You and the Telephone” the Blindly Love and Identity Conflict

Author(s): Ayvaz MORKOÇ
Subject(s): Cultural history, Studies of Literature, Novel, Hermeneutics
Published by: Celal Bayar Üniversitesi Sosyal Bilimler Enstitüsü
Keywords: Anar Rızayev; contemporary literature of Azerbaijan; Turkish world literary; blindly love; identity conflict;

Summary/Abstract: One of the most important representatives of the contemporary literature of Azerbaijan Anar Rızayev is renowned mainly with novels in the Turkish world. With stories, essays, novels, plays, research Works, along with scenarios and antologies he is the author of more than fifty boks and eleven art film scenarios. The author whose Works has been translated into more than thirty languages, and stories more than hundred in different countries and books more than fifty which has been published; he was awarded the “Turkish World Literary Man of the Year” in 2012. Azerbaijan contemporary prose has entered a new phase after the 1960s , in works, spiritual and moral quest has been increased significantly . The conflict that ordinary people has gone through in their own inner worlds and dilemmas have been examined in the light of the psychological analysis. Anar who applies the contemporary narrative techniques successfully in his Works gave a special attention to the story genre. His realist-psychologic style revelead, he has become one of the prominent authors of the 1960 prose. In “I, you and the telephone” which is one of the stories whose subject is love and woman, the effort to search fort he extraordinary has been seen. What is more interesting is that one of the characters of this story is telephone.

  • Issue Year: 14/2016
  • Issue No: 03
  • Page Range: 89-102
  • Page Count: 14
  • Language: Turkish