By E. J. W. Gibb
Volume III (originally released 1904) covers either the second one a part of the ‘classical age’ of Ottoman poetry, from 1520 to the early 17th century, and the next ‘late classical age’ to c. 1700. In Gibb’s figuring out, this used to be the period of maximum Persian effect upon Ottoman poetry, and was once at its such a lot superb within the reign of Süleyman (1520-66). the vast majority of the main popular Ottoman poets flourished in those centuries, drawn from all walks of existence and plenty of components of the empire, from the executive jurisconsult Yahya Efendi (d. 1644) and the manager pass judgement on Baki (d. 1600), to the Nakshbandi sufi Lami’i Çelebi of Bursa (d. 1531), Fuzuli of Baghdad (d. 1556), the Albanian-born soldier Yahya Bey (d. 1575), the satirist Nef’i from Erzurum (executed c. 1635), and the fellow of letters from Urfa, Nabi Efendi (d. 1712). moreover, 8 of the preferred verse romances written during this interval are summarised in an appendix.
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A History of Ottoman Poetry Volume III: 1520-1600: 1520-1600 Vol III (Gibb Memorial Trust Turkish Studies) by E. J. W. Gibb