Abstract


ABOUT LITERARY TEXT’S THREE KEY POINTS: GENRE, STYLE AND TECHNIQUE, BY EXAMINING FUZULI’S LEYLA AND MECNUN MATHNAWI
Text term can generally be described as verbal or written expressions. Texts, that have an aesthetic and artistic value, are inferred as literary texts. Every literary text that achieved a composition identity can be named according to their age of being written and form of construction. Most of the times, because of this reason, a literary work is named as classic or modern as well as a mathnawi or a novel. The difference in naming will not cause a difference especially at composing and analyzing of narrative texts. Almost every text will represent one or many genres according to its subject and will represent many styles and narrative techniques according to its narrative form. In this study, interpretations are made on literary genre, style and narration techniques by examining Fuzûlî’s Leylâ and Mecnûn which is called as a classic mathnawi. This study is concerned with the literary texts, the texts which constitute a problem with the point of the classification of texts with literary genres and styles, the correct analysis of the deep structure in the context of the creation of an active role in the functionality of the products briefly with reference to literary narratives, post Fuzûlî other Leylâ and Mecnûn within the Leylâ and Mecnûn, as the expansion of self-after, referred to as a classical example of mathnawi Fuzûlî’s Leylâ and Mecnûn move, the correct evaluation of the subject in the work on behalf of the election by championing the most striking chapter or verse; clarification criteria, respectively; subject, expressing the methodological principles of the way and fiction, which carries; literary genre, style, and assessments made on expression techniques. <

Keywords
Literary Text, Classic, Modern, Mathnawi, Fuzûlî, Leylâ and Mecnûn, Literary Genres and Styles, Narr