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Title: Poetry Attributed to Shah Ismail in the Study of Anatolian Alevism
Author(s): GALLAGHER, Amelia
Journal: Turcica
Volume: 49    Date: 2018   
Pages: 61-83
DOI: 10.2143/TURC.49.0.3285078

Abstract :
This paper examines the poetry of Shah Ismail (d. 1524) as sources for the study of Alevism (Alevilik). Historians have long taken great interest in the authentic works of Shah Ismail as contained in his formal dīvān collections. However, secondary works attributed to Shah Ismail are also valuable sources, especially concerning the development of Alevi theology and piety. Moreover, through the process of attribution, there may be more of a connection between pseudo and genuine Ḫaṭā’ī (penname of Shah Ismail), as seen through the examination of early examples of these pseudo works.



Cet article analyse la poésie de Shah Ismail (mort en 1524) comme source pour l’étude de l’alévisme (Alevilik). Les historiens ont longtemps accordé un grand intérêt aux œuvres authentiques de Shah Ismail contenues dans ses recueils formels (dīvān). Cependant, les œuvres secondaires attribuées à Shah Ismail sont également des sources importantes, en particulier concernant le développement de la théologie et la piété alévies. De plus, par le processus d’attribution, il peut y avoir plus d’un lien entre pseudo et Ḫaṭā’ī authentique, comme le montre l’examen des premiers exemples de ces œuvres apocryphes.

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