Sevim Burak Edebiyatı’nda “Kültürel Özne” ve “Öteki” Kavramının Tezahürlerinin İncelenmesi ve Bir Örnek Eserde Reji Uygulaması
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In this art study report, the colourful world of Sevim Burak, one of the notable figures of the Republican Period of Turkish Literature between 1950-1970 with her individual stories with social background and innovative art perspective, has been mirrored, and the play “İşte Baş İşte Gövde İşte Kanatlar” was chosen for the stage application. The way we draw on ourselves through this study has been to follow the apparent manifestations of the concept "other" and the culturalization of subject in Burak's implicit narration. The unheard voices of the excluded, alienated characters in Burak`s texts are become visible and felt in her works by breaking and fracturing of the language. Burak, who has produced such works in which fact cannot be distinguished from dream, time and space are obscured, and future and past are intertwined, criticizes the order in which she lives and represents the "other" through her works. Considering the characteristics of Burak's art in all this essence and form, we can say that understanding the language created by the author with a free flow of consciousness is only possible through analysing the cultural metaphors she uses in her plays and evaluating all of her works together which are reflections of her own life. Throughout the course of our study, we aimed to bring the ignored voice of the “other” out into the open through the author's extraordinary language and to reflect this visibility into our performance. We have tried to analyse the author` s world which does not reveal itself easily, working on the play “İşte Baş İşte Gövde İşte Kanatlar”, which is the focus of our art study report, both theoretically and practically. The psychoanalytic approach that we have adopted as a starting point in this way has helped us to find our way through every time we are lost and supported our creativity in terms of both essence and form.