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  • Once Upon A Time On Anatolia Film Analysis

    In Once Upon a Time on Anatolia, a film directed by Nuri Bilge Ceylan, we see many motifs that indicate true human nature. Viewers are moved by the realness of the characters and how they can relate to us. From men being distracted by women, to showing the basic human instinct of self-preservation, this film shows us that no matter where you come from, everyone is similar. This movie expresses many aspects of human emotion and human nature, some more outright than others. One of the scenes that shows this the most is when the prosecutor and doctor are talking about the woman who killed herself soon after the birth of her child. The more they talk, the more the prosecutor reveals about the woman and her story. By the end of the movie, you find out the woman was really his wife, and he had cheated on her shortly before her death. This shows two basic actions of human nature. The first is how jealous and spiteful people can be. After learning her husband cheated on her, she told him that she was fine with it, but in reality was…

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  • The Wren By Güntekin: An Analysis

    Contrary to many perspectives taken by Turkish nationalists at the time who were critical of the British culture much less their occupation of the city, Güntekin does not offer up an unsavory view of the British. Conversely he actually illustrates westerners, in the form of Christians, as kind, loving and humane peoples whose intentions are more often good than bad. The result is a novel that is in many ways pro-western. At the same time his text holds strong to the Ottoman cultural values that…

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  • Mermaid Madonna

    Ironically, the attacks arise from the idea that the refugees threaten Greek culture, while the natives of Skala have no real definition of Greek. The village has forgotten the disasters of Anatolian crisis and the history of Greece and Anatolia, who have shared populations for centuries. Myrivilis, aware of these contradictions, uses his novel to remind the world that rejecting Anatolian culture was ironically discriminating against Greek culture. Thus, the theme of memory becomes vital to both…

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  • From Natives To Foreigners Analysis

    (Armenians’) minority position in the Turkish republic in which he negotiated with the Ankara government to reject their protection as minorities in which, they would become full fled citizen of the republic being entitles to the same right s afford to the Turks; however, the patriarch didn’t take into account that Ismet Pahsa , sought to rid the Armenians of their exclusive protection and make them look like citizens” Upon this rejection the Turkish Republic began the final plans of their…

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  • Expatriate Moving To Turkey Case Study

    The Republic of Turkey is a vibrant and prominent destination for an expatriate which rewards the individual making the move with surprisingly enhanced traveling experience. Located in the Southeast of Europe and Northeast of the Mediterranean Sea, Turkey is an independent country of the continent of Western Asia. The country is surrounded by three different seas namely the Mediterranean Sea, the Aegean Sea and the Black Sea. The country is considered to be the primary bridge to the Western and…

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  • Trnsys: A Simulation Study

    Simulation In this study, optimisation of both parameters together with energy performance assessment of the mechanical ventilated PV façade system are conducted using TRNSYS. The schematic diagram of the components used to simulate the system is provided in Figure 2. The façade is part of a prototypical daylit cellular office building that is represented by Type 56 in Figure 2. This built form is chosen because it accounts for more than 67% of office buildings in England and Wales [25]. The…

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  • Alexander The Great Success

    The triumphs of Alexander the Great brought about strength and diversity to the Greek empire that is still felt throughout the world today. His campaigns greatly increased contact between the East and West. Many areas were also exposed to Greek civilization and influence due to Alexander’s successful conquests. None the less, Alexander the Great has left his mark on the modern world. Alexander III of Macedon was born in Pella, the ancient capital of Macedonia, on 365 B.C. He was born into…

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  • Analysis Of Once Upon A Time In Anatolia

    Once Upon a Time in Anatolia Rose-tinted Truth and Women Suppression Nuri Bilge Ceylan’s masterpiece Once Upon a Time in Anatolia employs metaphysics to show the transformation of men upon truly discovering themselves. On the surface, it appears to be about the search for a dead body to incriminate a criminal. However, implicitly, it is about the men’s suppressed regret and melancholy, especially with respect to women, and the effect of those emotions on the psyche of the group over the period…

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  • Rise Of The Ottoman Empire Essay

    which was in the 11th century. Seljuk Turks are origins of the Ottoman Empire. Everything started with the Battle of Manzikert. The Battle of Manzikert was decisive a battle between Seljuk Turks and Byzantine Empire on 1071 in Malazgirt, Mus. (a city on the east side of the Turkey) Seljuk Turks defeated Byzantine Empire which allowed the authority in Anatolia to change. Turkification in Anatolia has started after the Battle of Manzikert. Turkification is the assimilation of cultures and…

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  • The Ottoman Empire: The Rise Of The Ottoman Empire

    The Ottoman Empire, was an empire created by some Turkish Tribes at the end of the 13th Century, in the North-Western Anatolia. The Ottomans were known as warriors for the faith of Islam, who were inspired and sustained by Islam and Islamic Institutions. The Ottomans most successful period was between the 16th and 17th centuries. During this period, the Ottoman Empire expanded out over three continents. This covers what we know today as Turkey, Egypt, Greece, Bulgaria, Romania, Macedonia,…

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