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Book Title: Memleketimden İnsan Manzaraları|
The author of the book: Nâzım Hikmet Ran
Edition: Yapı Kredi Yayınları
Date of issue: January 2002
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"Baş parmak boyundaki adam, vicdanımız yani
bizimle mum ışığında konuşan,
yahut da kadehimizle baş başa kaldığımız zaman.
İşte benim de baş parmak boyundaki adamım
(tıpkı benim gibi kumral ve bodur)
Tırmanıp oturdu kadehimin kenarına.
Benim ellerim titremese bu kadar, çatalın ucuyla itiversem onu,
düşüp kadehe boğulabilir içinde rakının.
Dişleri olağanüstü çürük,
sesi olağanüstü kalın
ve annesini ölmüş gören uykuda bir çocuk gibi içini çekerek:
Hasan Şevket, diyor,
sen mahvolmuş bir insansın.
Nasıl bu hale düştün?
Seni kimler bu hale soktu?
Ne zamandan beri bu haldesin?
Halbuki nasıl yol aldı bazıları.”
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Read information about the authorNazim Hikmet was born on January 15, 1902 in Salonika, Ottoman Empire (now Thessaloníki, Greece), where his father served in the Foreign Service. He was exposed to poetry at an early age through his artist mother and poet grandfather, and had his first poems published when he was seventeen.
Raised in Istanbul, Hikmet left Allied-occupied Turkey after the First World War and ended up in Moscow, where he attended the university and met writers and artists from all over the world. After the Turkish Independence in 1924 he returned to Turkey, but was soon arrested for working on a leftist magazine. He managed to escape to Russia, where he continued to write plays and poems.
In 1928 a general amnesty allowed Hikmet to return to Turkey, and during the next ten years he published nine books of poetry—five collections and four long poems—while working as a proofreader, journalist, scriptwriter, and translator. He left Turkey for the last time in 1951, after serving a lengthy jail sentence for his radical acts, and lived in the Soviet Union and eastern Europe, where he continued to work for the ideals of world Communism.
After receiving early recognition for his patriotic poems in syllabic meter, he came under the influence of the Russian Futurists in Moscow, and abandoned traditional forms while attempting to “depoetize” poetry.
Many of his works have been translated into English, including Human Landscapes from My Country: An Epic Novel in Verse (2009), Things I Didn’t Know I Loved (1975), The Day Before Tomorrow (1972), The Moscow Symphony (1970), and Selected Poems (1967). In 1936 he published Seyh Bedreddin destani (“The Epic of Shaykh Bedreddin”) and Memleketimden insan manzaralari (“Portraits of People from My Land”).
Hikmet died of a heart attack in Moscow in 1963. The first modern Turkish poet, he is recognized around the world as one of the great international poets of the twentieth century.
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