Namık Kemal



Namık Kemal (21 December 1840 – 2 December 1888) was an Ottoman democrat, writer, intellectual, reformer, journalist, playwright, and political activist who was influential in the formation of the Young Ottomans and their struggle for governmental reform in the Ottoman Empire during the late Tanzimat period, which would lead to the First Constitutional Era in the Empire in 1876. Kemal was particularly significant for championing the notions of freedom and fatherland in his numerous plays and poems, and his works would have a powerful impact on the establishment of and future reform movements in Turkey, as well as other former Ottoman lands. He is often regarded as being instrumental in redefining Western concepts like natural rights and constitutional government. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Namık Kemal 1840-1888
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by Namık Kemal 1840-1888
Published 1873
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by Namık Kemal 1840-1888
Published 1874
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by Namık Kemal 1840-1888
Published 1875
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by Namık Kemal 1840-1888
Published 1875
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by Namık Kemal 1840-1888
Published 1884
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by Namık Kemal 1840-1888
Published 1887
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by Namık Kemal 1840-1888
Published 1887
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by Namık Kemal 1840-1888
Published 1887
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by Namık Kemal 1840-1888
Published 1888
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by Namık Kemal 1840-1888
Published 1888
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by Namık Kemal 1840-1888
Published 1888
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by Namık Kemal 1840-1888
Published 1888
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by Namık Kemal 1840-1888
Published 1888
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by Namık Kemal 1840-1888
Published 1888
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by Namık Kemal 1840-1888
Published 1890
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by Namık Kemal 1840-1888
Published 1890
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by Namık Kemal 1840-1888
Published 1895
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by Namık Kemal 1840-1888
Published 1908
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