Türk Edebiyatında Alımlama Estetiği ve Akşit Göktürk'ün İnceleme ve Deneme Yazıları
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There are various theories and methods that have emerged to analyze art. When art is considered a communication system, it has to be a sender, message and receiver. When it comes to literary art, the recipient means reader. The methods of review of the literature can be classified with three basic focuses: the author, the text, and the reader. The recipient's place in criticism through influences and pioneers such as Russian formalism, Roman Ingarden, Prague structuralism, Hans-Georg Gadamer, speech-act theory, J.L. Austin and John R. Searle has gained importance. This emphasis on the reader was systematized by Wolfgang Iser, Stanley Fish and Hans Robert Jauss at the University of Konstanz in Germany in the late 1960s. With these studies, instead of the author, the reader is brought to the forefront and the process of meaning and reception of the reader is examined. Aksit Göktürk, who worked as a researcher at this university at the same time, witnessed the development of this theory and brought the information from its source to Turkish literary criticism. In this study, a general theoretical background, monography of Aksit Göktürk and the reading model designed are given. Thus, it was aimed to examine the pioneering qualified works of Aksit Göktürk which he theoretically added to our literary life.