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Letter of Sultan Abdulaziz to the President of U.S.A., dated 12/29/1870 (Sultan Abdülaziz'in A.B.D. Başkanına Mektubu, 29.12.1870 tarihli)

Turkish National Anthem (İstiklāl Marşı) (Lyrics: Mehmet Ākif Ersoy, Music: Osman Zeki Üngör)

Poetry: Opportunities for Salvation / The Prophet Muhammad's Nativity (Vesīletü'n-Necāt / Mevlid) (by Süleyman Çelebi)

Poetry: Sidewalks (Kaldırımlar) (by Necip Fazıl Kısakürek)

Poetry: Tale of Gallipoli (Çanakkale Masalı) (by Nâzım Hikmet Ran)

Poetry: Dancing in Andalucia (Endülüs'te Raks) (by Yahya Kemal Beyatlı)

Poetry: Olmaz 'İlāç Sīne-i Sad Pāreme (Lyrics: Nāmık Kemāl, Music: Hācī 'Ārif Bey)

Poetry: Çözülme Zülfüne Ey Dil-Rübā (Lyrics: Enderūnī Vāsıf, Music: Hācī 'Ārif Bey)

Poetry: Esti Nesīm-i Nev-Bahār (Lyrics: Nef'ī, Music: Hācī 'Ārif Bey)

Poetry: Hail to Haydar Baba (Heydər Baba'ya Səlām) (by Məhəmmədhüseyn Şəhriyar)

Story: Blood Money (Diyet) (by Ömer Seyfettin)

Story: Secret Temple (Gizli Mabet) (by Ömer Seyfettin)

Fable: Cicada and the Ant (Ağustos Böceği ile Karınca) (originally French, by Jean de La Fontaine)


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