Geri Anasayfa


The Elegiacs Which Poets Wrote for Their Children in Our Classical Poetry as a Reflection of the Grief for One's Deceased Child

The elegiacs, which are versification kinds of our classic poem, are manifestation of being lived death pain by poets. The elegiacs have affliction for decedent, some beliefs with the subjects such as perception of death, varied events, also personal information about decedents and poets. According to this information in elegiacs, it may be said that elegiacs, which can be assorted in respect of people, kind of reflect the personal experiences of poets. In this study, we researched the elegiacs, which some of the poets wrote on their children’s death that was a suffering experience they had.

Elegiac, death, child