Naşide Gökbudak'ın Biyografik Romanları
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The biographical novel is a literary genre that is based on narrating the life of a real person within the structure of the novel. The biographical novel, as a genre that emerged with the fusion of biography and novel genres, is successful as long as the balance between fact and fiction is consistent. As an author who started writing after the age of sixty-five, Naşide Gökbudak generally deals with real lives and events in her novels. The first feature which draws attention in the novels of the author is that historical periods form the temporal basis of the works. The novels generally cover the Republican period and aftermath. Therefore, in the works, it is possible to see the social, political and cultural changes of the period and their effects on people from the author's point of view. In the "Introduction" chapter of the study, the life and the authorship of Naşide Gökbudak are described. In the "First Chapter", the theoretical framework of the biography and biographical novel genres has been drawn and the boundaries of the biographical novel have been established. In the "Second Chapter", the identified works were analysed in detail by means of the comparative method.