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ALL-TIME POETS
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1.       yilgun-7
1326 posts
 01 Nov 2008 Sat 04:33 pm

William Shakespeare  -  England

William Wordsworth  -  England
Wilfred Owen -  England
William Blake  -  England
Samuel Taylor Coleridge  -  England

John Keats  -  England

Rudyard Kipling -  India, England

William Butler Yeats - Ireland

Wang Wei  -  China

Nicolas Guillen  -  Africa
Paul Celan  -  Austria
Matsuo Baþa  -  Japan
Aleksandr Sergeyeviç Puþkin  -  Russia
Vladimir Mayakovsky -  Russia

Edgar Allan Poe -  U.S.A.
Walt Whitman  -  U.S.A.
Thomas Stearns Eliot - U.S.A.
Ezra Pound -  U.S.A.

Robert Lee Frost  -   U.S.A.

Charles Baudlaire -  France
Paul Verlaine -  France
Guillaume Apollinaire  -  France
Stéphane Mallarme – France

Jacques Prevert -  France 
Arthur Rimbaud  -  France
Louis Aragon  -  France

Paul Eluard -  France

Pablo Neruda  -  Chile

Sappho Ancient  -  Greece

Yannis Ritsos  -  Greece

Garcia Lorca -  Spain
Heinrich Heine  -  Germany
Zbigniew Herbert -  Poland
Laza Kostić -  Serbia
Miloš Crnjanski - Serbia
Bilhana Kavi - India 
Ömer Hayyam - Iran
Mevlana Celaleddin Rumi - Türkiye
Yunus Emre - Türkiye
Pir Sultan Abdal - Türkiye

Ahmet Haþim - Türkiye

Yahya Kemal Beyatlý - Türkiye
Nazým Hikmet Ran - Türkiye

Necip fazýl Kýsakürek  - Türkiye

Orhan veli Kanýk – Türkiye

Cahit Külebi - Türkiye

Turgut Uyar - Türkiye

Edip Cansever - Türkiye

Attila Ýlhan  -  Türkiye 

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2.       lady in red
6947 posts
 01 Nov 2008 Sat 04:38 pm

A couple of corrections:

 

William Butler Yeats was Irish

Robert Frost was American

 

 

3.       yilgun-7
1326 posts
 01 Nov 2008 Sat 04:41 pm

Thank you, ý corrected.

4.       Daydreamer
3743 posts
 01 Nov 2008 Sat 07:42 pm

Is that your own private list or have you copied it from somewhere? I´m wondering why you chose Herbert from all Polish poets. There are a few better known than him. And why would this list be in Turkish Poetry part? Are you implying that they were all Turkish? :O

5.       lady in red
6947 posts
 01 Nov 2008 Sat 07:43 pm

And also, this thread is almost identical to this one

 

http://www.turkishclass.com/forumTitle_14178

 

which was added to as recently as yesterday

6.       libralady
5152 posts
 01 Nov 2008 Sat 07:49 pm

Yilgin, I have moved your thread to General forum as it is not related to Turkish poetry. 

7.       yilgun-7
1326 posts
 01 Nov 2008 Sat 08:01 pm

To libralady .

Thank you very much.

8.       yilgun-7
1326 posts
 02 Nov 2008 Sun 02:04 am

For the attention of Daydreamer :

It is my own private list from my private study.

For example, “The Waste Land by  T.S.Eliot (1922)  was selected the best poem of the century by TIME Magazine (U.S.A.), (200.

Runners-up : The Second  Coming by W.B.Yeats ; Home Burial by Robert Frost.

9.       Daydreamer
3743 posts
 02 Nov 2008 Sun 07:36 pm

For the attention of Yilgun:

 

Posts should be posted to the forums that they belong to. If the title reads Turkish literature and poetry it means it is dedicated to TURKISH poets and writers, not to the list of big names collected from other people´s posts. All British and Irish poets you mention are those covered by any course in literature. Of course you may have read them (let me keep my doubts to myself though) and even like them. In such case you should have added your list to the already existing thread instead of posting a list as if they were really all time poets. I don´t agree all of them are and your personal opinion does not make them ones.

 

Of course you´re free to post whatever google lets you find but in my own personal opinion, you should rather stick to makes of cars or places in the world as you seem more credible in such topics. Please understand that posting big names that everybody knows does not make you an "intellectual" au contraire.

10.       TheAenigma
5001 posts
 02 Nov 2008 Sun 10:11 pm

All this Yilgun bashing is starting to sound a bit like bullying

 

After all, what is his "crime" really?  It may be annoying to post the same thread twice, but are some of these comments really necessary?

 

He is only young and has not got a bad bone in his body .....

 

Flowers for you canim Yilgun

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