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Istanbul: Türk Nesriyât Yurdu, 1961. 1st Edition . Dust jacket. Very Good/Good. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. Original bdg. Dust wrapper. Cr. 8vo. (20 x 14 cm). In Turkish. 444, [2] p. DJ's extremities slightly chipped, fading on DJ's spine. Otherwise a good copy. Signed and inscribed by Kisakürek as 'Sevgili müdürüm Zeki Açabay'a ihtiramla, 8/3/61'. Kisakürek was a Turkish poet, novelist, playwright, and Islamist ideologue. He is also known simply by his initials NFK. He was noticed by the French philosopher Henri Bergson, who later became his teacher. In his own words, he was born in "a huge mansion in Çemberlitas, on one of the streets descending towards Sultanahmet" in 1904. His father was Abdülbaki Fazil Bey who held several posts including deputy judge in Bursa, the public prosecutor in Gebze, and finally, a judge in Kadiköy. His mother was an emigree from Crete. He was raised at the Çemberlitas mansion of his paternal grandfather Kisakürekzade Mehmed Hilmi Efendi of Maras; he was named after his great-grandfather Ahmed Necib, as well as his father, Fazil. He studied in many schools during his primary education, including the French School in Gedikpasa, Robert College of Istanbul, as well as the Naval School. He received religious courses from Ahmed Hamdi of Akseki and science courses from Yahya Kemal at the Naval School but he was actually influenced by Ibrahim Askî, whom he defined to have "penetrated into deep and private areas in many inner and outer sciences from literature and philosophy to mathematics and physics". Ibrahim Askî provided his first contact with Suf … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Khalkedon Rare Books, IOBA [Istanbul, Turkey]

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