THE CONCEPT OF EXPATRIATION IN THE POEMS OF FAROUK NAFEZ JAMLIBEL
Faruk Nafez Jamlibel is one of the greatest poets of the twentieth century. He was born in Istanbul in 1898 and died in 1973 at the age of 75. Farouk Naviz Jamlibel wrote a part of the literary collection "Five Parts" with Anis Bahish, Youssef Zia, Khaled Fakhri and Orhan Seif. He wrote many outstanding poetic and theatrical works. In his poems, the writer used mostly syllabic meters. The main feature of five-syllabic groups, which he already used within his poems, is that they depend on syllabic meters. He used the syllabary very effectively in his poems. Because of his contributions to Turkish literature, he has preserved his reputation even decades after his death. Faruk Nafez Jamlibel has dealt with various topics in his poems such as death, longing, pain, trouble, distress, anguish, anxiety, and homeland intensely and effectively. It also dealt with the issue of homelessness, which is not without (devoid of) pain and hope. Through our research, we have seen that one of the most important concepts used in Farouk Nafez Jamlibel's poems is displacement (homelessness). Since there is no study in this field, we have identified the subject of our study under this name, which expresses alienation, i.e. moving away from the homeland. The research paper deals with a person who migrates to different and foreign cities and often faces financial difficulties and bemoans deeply his original hometown. The subject of our research is distinguished by the name of the concept of "expatriation in the poems of Farouk Nafez Jamlibel". Therefore, it is natural for him to use the concept of homelessness in his poems. At the beginning of the research, we worked to provide a comprehensive summary of the research topic. Then, we briefly introduce Faruk Nafez Jamlibel's life, literary personality and works. Then, after a comprehensive definition of the displaced person, we will try to give details about this topic in Faruk Nafez Jamlibel's poems.
Keywords: Faruk Nafiz Çamlıbel, Literature, Hometown, Poetry, Han Duvarları, Anatolia.