Diaries are powered by confidentiality. In an entry of a diary, people tell their own stories. The core of the dairy is a quiet soul and a soft intimacy. A diary forms not from the personal or sincere need but rather from an unpretentious sincerity. A diary is writing a day of silence. Because of this, it is full of secrets, emotions and intriguing. In Yusuf Atılgan’s Aylak Adam novel and Oğuz Atay’s Tutunamayanlar work, diary technique is used. The most important point of the subjected diaries is their ability to link the reader to the character, author and novel. For it has risen above the character’s voice to the experience; it has given a spiritual and mental interaction. In our work, Tezer Özlü’s Kalanlar and Oğuz Atay’s diaries are included. The most important reason of this is to state the link between intellectual diaries and novels. The exertion of trying to fit in a world that we see in both of the diaries is because of the intellectual loneliness. At this point, Aylak Adam and Tutunamayanlar novels have a problem named inability of holding on. Loneliness, separation and depression have been a part of intellectual diaries. In terms of counter-study, we are going to focus on the traces of the involvement of diaries in novels. For the diary context, we will study the above stated points in Tezer Özlü’s Kalanlar work and Oğuz Atay’s diaries.
Dairy, Tutunamayanlar, Aylak Adam, Kalanlar