Gustave Flaubert (1821-1880): His first novel, Madame Bovary, was serialized in the last months of 1856, published in 1857. It created serious debates on the life-literature axis in the public. Flaubert became one of the most innovative writers of the 19th century, who tried different ways in each of his works, from his first novel to his last, Bouvard and Pécuchet, which was about the deep struggle of man with knowing, but which he could not complete.
Gustave Flaubert (1821-1880): İlk romanı Madame Bovary 1856 yılının son aylarında tefrika edildi, 1857’de yayımlandı. Kamuoyunda hayat-edebiyat ekseninde ciddi tartışmalar yarattı. Flaubert ilk romanından, insanın bilmeyle olan derin mücadelesini konu alan, ancak tamamlayamadığı son romanı Bouvard ile Pécuchet’ye kadar her eserinde farklı yollar deneyen 19. yüzyılın en yenilikçi yazarlarından biri oldu.
Nurullah Ataç (1898-1957): In addition to being the head of the Translation Bureau founded by Hasan Âli Yücel, he was a master of literature and language who completely renewed Turkish with his translations and essays.
Sabri Esat Siyavuşgil (1907-1968): In addition to being one of the poets of the Seven Torch, he was a psychology teacher who also studied Karagöz and one of the leading French translators of our language from Cyrano de Bergerac to Letters from My Değirmenim.
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