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18. Yüzyıl İngiliz Literatüründeki Geçiş Fenomeni

Transitional Phenomena in the 18th Century English Literature

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Abstract (2. Language): 
The present paper considers the general complexity of the 18th century English literature, but focuses on the transitional phenomena of that period, represented by the Pre-Romantic poetry and the Gothic fiction, which marked the evolutionary process from the Neoclassical literature to the later Romantic Movement
Abstract (Original Language): 
Bu çalışmada 18. yüzyıl İngiliz Edebiyatının genel karışıklığı incelenmektedir. Neoklasik edebiyattan Romantik hareketlere uzanan evrimsel dönemi gösteren, ilk dönem Romantik şiirleri ve Gotik kurgu tarafından temsil edilen dönemin geçiş fenomeni üzerinde yoğunlaşılmıştır.

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