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Almond in The Classical Poetry
Almond, which is originally come from the Middle East and Asia, has been a fruit planted in Anatolia since the ancient times. Almond was widely planted and largely consumed in the Ottoman times as well, also it took its place in the Ottoman food culture that is known with its delicious courses, it was used with its oil in the folk medicine, it became a figure with its colour and form in the traditional clothes and it was benefited from its crust in setting fire. Like in the Ottoman times, Almond is still widely used by cooks, gourmets, botanists, pharmacologists, folk doctors and beauty experts. Almond, that is precious with its crust and oil, colour and regardless of its sourness and bitterness, took its place in the Ottoman poetry reflecting the societal life with its different aspects. In this study, in order to display how almond was used in the Turkish literature that was portraiting the societal and cultural life of a long-dominating Ottoman Empire, many couplets of the poets of the era were scanned and examplified couplets were given with the titles that were used under. Within the scope of the couplets, almond was not only used as a metaphor of eye, it was also used as the food of a sufi who aimed to eat little, sometimes it was the eye of a lover that was gouged out because of his beloved departed to eternity and finally it was the snack of a lover who wished to see the almond eyes of his beloved.

Classical Turkish Poetry, culinary culture, dervish, mourning, almond

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