[DYSTOPIAN FAMILY CRITICISM] Teleandregenos ütopyasinda evlilik hayati. [i.e. Marriage life in Teleandregenos's Utopia]
ADAM SENEL, (1941-), Bizim Yayinlar / Is Matbaacilik ve Ticaret, Ankara, 1968.
Original wrappers. Cr. 8vo. (20 x 14 cm). In Turkish. 98 p.
Scarce first edition of this early Turkish dystopian novella, which criticizes inequality between women and men. The author argues that the family, which is seen as taboo in society, is an idol that must be destroyed.
The novella concerns itself with the representation of marital life and domestic lives, familial relationships, parental responsibility and connection to children, gender inequality, isolation, and religion in the utopian and fictional land of Teleandregenos.
Adam Senel was a Professor at the Department of Public
Administration in the Faculty of Political Sciences at Ankara University. He wrote on numerous topics and issues such as history, history of civilizations, political ideologies, race and the ideology of racism, dictatorship and democracy, and the Middle East. (Atasoy).
Two copies in OCLC in only Turkish libraries, not in European and/or American libraries: 281964246.