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Loss Of Reality In 19th Century Novel
The fact that we can define as “loss of reality” in literature is actually a problem that European culture has especially emphasized since Goethe. It reaches its peak from the beginning of the 19th century. The network of two different realms, such as the diverse forms of society and the world of objects faced by the modern age, has become an increasingly indispensable and long-lasting relationship network, making itself felt especially in the fields of physics and psychology. "Loss of reality or loss" is a problem that Hermann Broch emphasizes in his novels. In this context, Broch's experience of reality in the early stages of his writing function is important for understanding the history and theory of value that he will develop over time. Yakup Kadri, who kept his art as open as possible to external influences, followed the realist and naturalist writers of the French novel, starting with his first works, and dealing with the types of mental disorders and depressions in real life in his stories and novels.

Hermann Broch, loss of reality, novel, realism, Yakup Kadri Karaosmanoğlu.

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