Broken masculinities [electronic resource] : solitude, alienation, and frustration in Turkish literature after 1970 / Çimen Günay-Erkol
- Günay-Erkol, Çimen
- Budapest ; New York : Central European University Press, 2015.
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- Introduction -- Quixotic and hurt: victimized men as a stable ground. Men under surveillance: coming of age in Çetin Altan's Büyük gözaltı -- Masculinity as a national preoccupation: torture and emasculization in Erdal Öz's Yaralısın -- Masculinity under escalating military bureaucracy: quixotic sacrifice in M.C. Anday's İsaʼnın güncesi -- On the post-dictatorial stage: March 12 by women writers. Marxist, feminist, exiled: female masculinity in Sevgi Soysal's Safak -- Greywolves as traumatized heros: fear from the feminine in Emine Işınsu's Sancı -- Friend or foe: revolutionary men as husbands and valentines in Pinar Kür's Yarın yarın -- Emasculated by modernity: clash of rural and urban masculinities in Sevinç Çokum's Zor -- Masculinity and modernization: does love emasculate? Institutionalized masculinities: military and marriage in Adalet Ağaoğlu's Bir Dügün Gecesi -- Urban guerilla in love: masculine affirmation in Tarık Buğra's Gençligim eyvah -- Conclusion.
- 9786155225253 (hardbound)
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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