By E.J.W. Gibb
Volume IV (originally released 1905) covers Ottoman poets of the eighteenth and early 19th centuries, a interval appeared through Gibb as certainly one of transition among the classical age of the 16th and 17th centuries, and that of the trendy institution starting round 1860. Persian impacts upon Ottoman verse started to cave in to extra Turkish types, the Ottomans having grown weary of being, in response to Gibb, ‘the parrots of the Persians’. the 2 tendencies however endured aspect by way of facet for your time, a competition among the hot, extra sprightly Romanticism, gleaming ‘with a brightness of neighborhood colour’, as represented by way of Nedim (d. 1730), Sheykh Ghalib (d. 1799), and Sunbulzade Vehbi (d. 1809), and the rest Persianist culture exemplified via the poetry of the grand vezir Mehmed Raghib Pasha (d. 1763).
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