Yıl 2019, Cilt , Sayı 45, Sayfalar 119 - 134 2019-06-01

MY RED HAIR IS MY FREEDOM: IMAGE OF LILITH IN ORHAN PAMUK’S NOVEL, THE RED HAIRED WOMAN
MY RED HAIR IS MY FREEDOM: IMAGE OF LILITH IN ORHAN PAMUK’S NOVEL, THE RED HAIRED WOMAN

Şahika Karaca [1]


In this study, Gülcihan, as a woman character in Orhan Pamuk’s The Red Haired Woman referring to the image of Lilith, known as first wife of Adam in Western Mythology. In feminist literature Lilith is one of the representatives of femme fatale/fatal woman/diabolic woman with her libertarian spirit. One of the most significant characteristics of Lilith is being equalitarian/libertarian woman, and defining her existence referring to her own body and senses and regarding her identity of being a good mother and good spouse as secondary, the other is her leading to catastrophe through her red hair’s fascinating and voluptuous effect. Similarly, Gülcihan in Orhan Pamuk’s The Red Haired Woman, forms her libertarian woman identity through her red hair and being a good mother and good wife is secondary. By means of her equalitarian/libertarian such identity has a fatal effect leading to catastrophe in the novel. In this study, character analysis of Gülcihan in The Red Haired Woman has been targeted referring to the analogy of the image of Lilith.

In this study, Gülcihan, as a woman character in Orhan Pamuk’s The Red Haired Woman referring to the image of Lilith, known as first wife of Adam in Western Mythology. In feminist literature Lilith is one of the representatives of femme fatale/fatal woman/diabolic woman with her libertarian spirit. One of the most significant characteristics of Lilith is being equalitarian/libertarian woman, and defining her existence referring to her own body and senses and regarding her identity of being a good mother and good spouse as secondary, the other is her leading to catastrophe through her red hair’s fascinating and voluptuous effect. Similarly, Gülcihan in Orhan Pamuk’s The Red Haired Woman, forms her libertarian woman identity through her red hair and being a good mother and good wife is secondary. By means of her equalitarian/libertarian such identity has a fatal effect leading to catastrophe in the novel. In this study, character analysis of Gülcihan in The Red Haired Woman has been targeted referring to the analogy of the image of Lilith.

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Yazar: Şahika Karaca (Sorumlu Yazar)
Kurum: Erciyes Üniversitesi, Edebiyat Fakültesi
Ülke: Turkey


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Yayımlanma Tarihi : 1 Haziran 2019

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APA Karaca, Ş . (2019). MY RED HAIR IS MY FREEDOM: IMAGE OF LILITH IN ORHAN PAMUK’S NOVEL, THE RED HAIRED WOMAN. Türklük Bilimi Araştırmaları , (45) , 119-134 . Retrieved from https://dergipark.org.tr/tr/pub/tubar/issue/46370/481875
MLA Karaca, Ş . "MY RED HAIR IS MY FREEDOM: IMAGE OF LILITH IN ORHAN PAMUK’S NOVEL, THE RED HAIRED WOMAN". Türklük Bilimi Araştırmaları (2019 ): 119-134 <https://dergipark.org.tr/tr/pub/tubar/issue/46370/481875>
Chicago Karaca, Ş . "MY RED HAIR IS MY FREEDOM: IMAGE OF LILITH IN ORHAN PAMUK’S NOVEL, THE RED HAIRED WOMAN". Türklük Bilimi Araştırmaları (2019 ): 119-134
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ISNAD Karaca, Şahika . "MY RED HAIR IS MY FREEDOM: IMAGE OF LILITH IN ORHAN PAMUK’S NOVEL, THE RED HAIRED WOMAN". Türklük Bilimi Araştırmaları / 45 (Haziran 2019): 119-134 .
AMA Karaca Ş . MY RED HAIR IS MY FREEDOM: IMAGE OF LILITH IN ORHAN PAMUK’S NOVEL, THE RED HAIRED WOMAN. TUBAR. 2019; (45): 119-134.
Vancouver Karaca Ş . MY RED HAIR IS MY FREEDOM: IMAGE OF LILITH IN ORHAN PAMUK’S NOVEL, THE RED HAIRED WOMAN. Türklük Bilimi Araştırmaları. 2019; (45): 134-119.