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Abstract


Why Do Sultans Write Poetry?
Established in centuries, a great tradition of poetry has been passed on from one generation to another in Turks. The Turkish dynasties as well as the poets patronised by their members occupy a significant place in forming such a deeply-rooted tradition. This tradition, however, had become the most widely spread thanks to the Ottoman Sultans, most of whom had a strong interest in poetry. The Sultans, who were given military, religious, scholarly and political training during their time as prince crown, were alsointerestedinmartial arts like archery and a number of other crafts, including calligraphy, music, carving and jewelry. It can be suggested that virtually all of the Ottoman Sultans had an interest in poetry. While some only have one poem that survived, others are known to have a ‘divan’ (a collection of poems). The sultans, most of whom were poets, played an essential role in the continuation of this tradition by writing poetry themselves and protecting and supporting the poets of their time. This article seeks to determine under certain headings the reasons for why the Ottoman Sultans may have written poetry. To this end, examples obtained from their poems were provided to review these reasons. Not all the poems of all of the Sultans were included in this study. A few examples were selected to represent each heading.

Keywords
Poetry, sultans, divan, reasons to write poetry.



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