„Pisarz jest swoim bohaterem” – o prawie do autobiograficznego odczytywania powieści İnci Aral
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This article focuses on the problem of autobiographical reading of the novels by İnci Aral, a modern Turkish writer who is considered to be one of the most remarkable authors of Turkish postmodern literature. None of her novels has been explicitly referred to as an autobiography, but numerous autothematic statements (such as „The Author Is Her Own Character” used as a title of this article) allow to advance a thesis on an autobiographical character of İnci Aral’s writings. In the article the right to an autobiographical reading of the İnci Aral’s novels has been justified by analyzing the profile of the novels’ characters in comparison to the author’s biography. Special importance has been attached to the repeatability of narrative motifs such as difficult childhood and unsuccessful marriage and depression, which are motifs corresponding to İnci Aral’s personal experience.
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