Advice some Turkish classic literature
Please, advice some Turkish classic literature (to read in Turkish). Better if it is available as free e-book, of course.
A very good question! I would also like to know about the literature of Turkish. Here is a list I found on wikipedia, sorry it is a bit long full article is here : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Turkish_literature 1860 Şair Evlenmesi İbrahim Şinasi 1873 Vatan Yahut Silistre Namık Kemal 1900 Aşk-ı Memnu Halit Ziya Uşaklıgil 1919 Memleket Hikayeleri Refik Halit Karay 1922 Çalıkuşu Reşat Nuri Güntekin 1930 Dokuzuncu Hariciye Koğuşu Peyami Safa 1932 Yaban Yakup Kadri Karaosmanoğlu 1936 Sinekli Bakkal Halide Edip Adıvar 1938 Üç İstanbul Mithat Cemal Kuntay 1941 Fahim Bey ve Biz Abdülhak Şinasi Hisar 1943 Kürk Mantolu Madonna Sabahattin Ali 1944 Aganta Burina Burinata Halikarnas Balıkçısı 1949 Huzur Ahmet Hamdi Tanpınar 1952 Dost Vüs'at O. Bener 1954 Alemdağda Var Bir Yılan Sait Faik Abasıyanık 1954 Bereketli Topraklar Üzerinde Orhan Kemal 1955 İnce Memet Yaşar Kemal 1956 Esir Şehrin İnsanları Kemal Tahir 1959 Yılanların Öcü Fakir Baykurt 1959 Aylak Adam Yusuf Atılgan 1960 Ortadirek Yaşar Kemal 1962 Saatleri Ayarlama Enstitüsü Ahmet Hamdi Tanpınar 1964 Küçük Ağa Tarık Buğra 1966 Memleketimden İnsan Manzaraları Nâzım Hikmet 1971 Tutunamayanlar Oğuz Atay 1973 Parasız Yatılı Füruzan 1973 Anayurt Oteli Yusuf Atılgan 1979 Bir Düğün Gecesi Adalet Ağaoğlu 1982 Cevdet Bey ve Oğulları Orhan Pamuk 1983 Sevgili Arsız Ölüm Latife Tekin 1985 Gece Bilge Karasu 1990 Kara Kitap Orhan Pamuk 1995 Puslu Kıtalar Atlası İhsan Oktay Anar 1998 Benim Adım Kırmızı Orhan Pamuk 2002 Tol Murat Uyurkulak 2005 Uykuların Doğusu Hasan Ali Toptaş
Try typing one of these into google and the word ebook or something and you might find it? Can I recommend that when you do a really helpful tool to use when starting to read in a new language is learning with texts. I use this with a lot of the languages I am learning. You can put text in and it highlights words you don't know. www.lwtfi3m.co
I would suggest Oğuz Atay. Although it's a bit difficult to understand and interpret the real meanings behind his stories, he usually wrote them in a simple and modern language.
His greatest novel is Tutunamayanlar but it's too much for a learner. I would recommend Korkuyu Beklerken which is a thin book consisting of short stories.