Golden Light is a book in which Ziya Gokalp, who is not only a thinker but also a fruitful folklore researcher, rewrites Turkish epic tales, a part of popular stories and epics, poetry or plain. Seven of the twelve texts in the book are verse, four are smooth, and one is in the form of a stage play. The reason for Gökalp’s orientation to popular literature is that it is possible to reconstruct his national Turkish thought but only by determining the language and narrative characteristics of popular literature.

Ziya Gökalp is one of the writers who use Turkic in the most beautiful way.
In this work Gökalp plans to place historical consciousness and love our culture and presents a fairy tale festival using the most simple form of Turkic.
In this book you will find the sweet language and narrative of our books.

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