Poems by Sedanur Altun

"Soleil couchant sur la seine à Lavacourt, effet d'hiver", 1880, by Claude Monet. Pleasure and Despair It was like the wind coming through, While she looked away and felt it in. Like the changing colours of the sky Or the moonshine’s calmness, She saw that in the light of his eyes. It made her change Into some... Continue Reading →

Dystopian Traits of The Hunger Games and Their Affects

by Özge Sapmaz (Illustration by sanjota)   The Hunger Games, written by Suzanne Collins, is a popular trilogy that impresses people with its dystopian elements and the hope it gives to the people to break free from dystopia. The author tells the story of a dystopic country called Panem that is controlled by a very... Continue Reading →

Panel Abolition of slavery: Past, Present and Future

English Language Student Club, Elit Society, will have an online panel within the scope of ''International Day for the Abolition of Slavery'' with the contributions English Language and Literature Department on 2nd of December, Wednesday, 18.00. On the panel, University of Northern Colorado, Africana Studies program coordinator Dr. George H. Junne, Jr will be presenting... Continue Reading →

5 Well-known Classic Iranian Poets

By Ferhat YILMAZ Classic Iranian literature is one of the most influential and long-lasting literatures in the Middle East which impresses both its neighbor literatures and the world literature. Classic Iranian literature contains history, culture and philosophy of the ancient Mesopotamian, Iranian and Islamic civilizations. These civilizations have contributed very important values, thoughts and practices... Continue Reading →

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