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Writing from the closet :|Bilge Karasu's queer modernism

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dc.contributor Ph.D. Program in Turkish Language and Literature.
dc.contributor.advisor Uysal, Zeynep. Erdoğan Evren, Selen. 2023-03-16T12:48:43Z 2023-03-16T12:48:43Z 2021.
dc.identifier.other TKL 2021 E74 PhD
dc.description.abstract This dissertation aims to show how Bilge Karasu’s texts represent normative violence and disrupt the heteronormative matrix. For this end, on the other hand, queer theory is an instrument, and on the other hand, I read Karasu’s texts as an exploration of queer thinking themselves. By close reading Death in Troy (Troya), “The Prey” in The Garden of Departed Cats (GKB), Night and Kılavuz, the relationship between the themes of violence, paranoid thinking, writing, desire, and pleasure as well as their aesthetic reflections are scrutinized. This analysis draws a picture of Karasu’s queer modernism composed of queer temporality and affect. (See Appendix A for an extended abstract)
dc.format.extent 30 cm.
dc.publisher Thesis (Ph.D.) - Bogazici University. Institute for Graduate Studies in the Social Sciences, 2021.
dc.title Writing from the closet :|Bilge Karasu's queer modernism
dc.format.pages xii, 159 leaves ;

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