Faruk Nafiz Çamlıbel

Faruk Nafiz Çamlıbel (May 18, 1898 – November 8, 1973) was a leading Turkish poet, author and later politician.

Faruk Nafiz Çamlıbel
Faruk Nafiz Çamlıbel
Faruk Nafiz Çamlıbel
BornMay 18, 1898
Istanbul, Ottoman Empire
DiedNovember 8, 1973
Istanbul, Turkey
OccupationPoet, author

Biography

He was born in Istanbul, Ottoman Empire, in 1898. He completed his primary and secondary education in Istanbul. Having studied medicine for a while, he quit his education and decided to work in the newspaper Ati. In 1973, he died of a heart attack on board a ship.[1]

Bibliography

Poetry
  • "Şarkın Sultanları" (1918)
  • "Gönülden Gönüle" (1919)
  • "Dinle Neyden" (1919)
  • "Çoban Çeşmesi" (1926)
  • "Suda Halkalar" (1928)
  • "Bir Ömür Böyle Geçti" (1933)
  • "Elimle Seçtiklerim" (1934)
  • "Akarsu" (1936)
  • "Tatlı Sert" (Mizahi Şiirler, 1938)
  • "Akıncı Türküleri" (1938)
  • "Heyecan ve Sükun" (1959)
  • "Zindan Duvarları" (1967)
  • "Han Duvarları" (1969)
Theatre plays
  • "Canavar" (1925)
  • "Akın" (1932)
  • "Özyurt" (1932)
  • "Kahraman" (1933)
  • "Yayla Kartalı" (1945)
  • "İlk Göz Ağrısı" (1946)
Performances
  • "Bir Demette Beş Çiçek" (1933)
  • "Yangın" (1933)
Novels
  • "Yıldız Yağmuru" (1936)
  • "Ayşe'nin Doktoru" (1949)

See also

References

  1. ^ http://www.nathanielturner.com/legislatorpoets4.htm
1973 in Turkey

Events in the year 1973 in Turkey.

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