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Published by Kültür Bakanlığı in [Ankara] .
Written in English


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Other titlesYunus Emre, büyük Türk mutasavvıfı
Statementtranslated by Fırat Aysa.
SeriesHalk Kültürünü Araştırma Dairesi yayınları ;, 159., Halk Edebiyatı dizisi ;, 39, Halk Kültürünü Araştırma Dairesi yayınları ;, 159., Halk Kültürünü Araştırma Dairesi yayınları., 39.
ContributionsAysa, Fırat.
LC ClassificationsPL248.Y8 Z986 1991
The Physical Object
Pagination270, [1] p. ;
Number of Pages270
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL653339M
ISBN 109751709083
LC Control Number96969668

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