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The Kafkaesk Elements in The Storybooks of Tayfun Pirselimoğlu’s Hotel Rooms and The Other Side of the Desert
The fact that Franz Kafka (1883-1924), who is one of the literatiers of the 20th century, which is defined as an era where people lose their meaning and value, reveals the lifestyle of modern man with his own language, style and technique is called with the concept of “kafkaesque”. Kafkaesque with psychological and sociological content expresses itself in an allegorical language while dealing with the problems that modern people face in the social environment and bureaucracy starting from the family within the framework of of ways such as loneliness, meaninglessness, incompatibility, lack of communication, alienation, nonsense, fear, crisis, power, crime and punishment. This form of expression, which has influenced many disciplines, has carried Kafka beyond the age of its life with its intensive use in philosophy and literature. In modern literature, the idea of bending on the individual and writing like that of Kafka has increased the interest in the form of kafkaesk. It was determined that Kafka, which was recognized in Turkish literature in 1950s by translation and then attracted attention in the works of existential writers, also had an impact on today's writers. In this context, within the contemporary Turkish cinema and contemporary Turkish literature; It is possible to see the Kafka effect in the works of Tayfun Pirselimoğlu (1959-), who stands out as a director, screenwriter, producer, painter, story and novelist. Pirselimoğlu, who focuses on the problem of existence of “ordinary man” in his stories and novels and goes on the way of telling him with metaphors, includes kafkaesk elements. In this study, it is aimed to evaluate the pathways such as alienation, murder, crime-trial, waiting-hope and unreality in terms of kafkaesk elements in the storybooks of Pirselimoğlu's Hotel Rooms (2009) and The Other Side of the Desert (2018).

Kafka, kafkaesk, story, Tayfun Pirselimoğlu.

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