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Abstract


Cercis in Classical Turkish Literature and A Parable Found in A Journal: A Story of Cercis the Sage
Classical Turkish literature has been greatly nourished by and gained a richness of meaning from historical and philosophical sources, especially religious texts such as the Qur’an and hadiths, positive sciences such as medicine and astronomy, mythology and narratives of ancient cultures such as Persian, Indian and Arab cultures. Ancient religious texts were also used in this way, many personalities whose religious and mythical aspects are intertwined have been included in the works. One of the religious and legendary heroes mentioned is Cercîs. Cercis, about whom there is no information in the sources of the Qur'an and reliable hadith, appears as a righteous servant or prophet mainly in legendary texts. In particular, the fact that he did not return from the path of Allah despite the tortures he suffered and that he was killed many times, but was resurrected by the grace of Allah are the highlights of the Cercis story. Although he was a person who was extremely suitable for both religious-Sufi and metaphorical love content in terms of religion or dying for his love, his name was not given much space in classical texts because of his legendary side. However, it can be said that it was covered by great poets such as Yunus Emre, Aşık Pasha, Ahmadi, Zati, Naili; in classical period texts, it was used as a symbol that died on the path of love in both divine and metaphorical love, but was resurrected, and even in prose, its stories were brought to the body. In this study, the legendary personality of Cercis was briefly mentioned and his place in classical Turkish literature was emphasized. In addition, a story that was found in a manuscript registered in the National Library and told about the legendary life of Cercis was discussed in detail, and after the text was analyzed as content, the translation was transferred to Latin letters by writing.

Keywords
Cercîs, parable, religious and legendary texts, prose.



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