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A Short Story Written in Old Anatolian Turkish: Hikâyet-i Öksüzce
The art of storytelling is a common cultural element of human history. Humankind has been narrating events, situations and information important to them since the earliest times. Cave pictures have been drawn in prehistoric times and the sculptures have been made in ancient times symbolically tell us a story. People have narrated their victories, defeats, heroism or events like migration, famine, and drought as stories to the next generations. Even though the tools of storytelling have changed for millennia, the tradition of storytelling has always lived. In a contemporary sense, the story is a literary genre and aims to tell the events that have happened or maybe experienced without going into details. The contemporary story tells the story of a modern, urban man who has made industrial and cultural revolutions; village life does not attract the attention of modern society as much as before. In our old literature, the concept of the story was used as a general concept in the meaning of narration and recitation of an important statement. Genres based on narration like story, epic, fairy tale, fable, novel, legend, saga etc. were referred to as “story” in old literature. The name "story" was not a genre name in our old literature, it was a general name given to all works based on narration, and recitation. It doesn't matter if the narrative is short or long, a fifteen verses narrative or an eighty-thousand verses narrative can be referred to as "story". Narratives that fall within the scope of the story are quite common in the period of Old Anatolian Turkish. Masnavi of Hikâyet-i Öksüzce discussed in this study is a short masnavi with the characteristics of Old Anatolian Turkish language. The story takes place in the city of Madina on a Bairam morning and tells how the Prophet once saw an orphan child among the crowd of people celebrating bairam and children playing with one another. The story continues with the dialogue between the Prophet and the orphan kid. The given message in the story is about protecting orphans and showing compassion to them in terms of Islamic culture. The only known copy of the story is in Ankara National Library 06 Mil Yz A 752/4. The study consists of literary and language studies and the text, translation, index, and facsimile.

Turkish language, Old Anatolian Turkish, story, masnavi, Islamic religion, Hz. Muhammad, Medina, orp

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