Poet (b. 1926,
İstanbul – d. 12 August 1999, İzmir). He is son of old deputy and Minister
Hasan Ali Yücel. He graduated from
His first literary works were the poems that he published when he was a student in university. His poetry, articles and translations were published in the reviews and newspapers such as Yenilikler, Seçilmiş Hikâyeler, Dost, Şiir Sanatı, Yön, Papirüs, Yeni Dergi, Yazko-Edebiyat, Yeni Düşün, Vatan and Demokrat ea.
Yücel, who often used slang and obscene words in his works as well as vernacular language and expressions of folk songs and was prosecuted occasionally because of this, supported the aim of founding a better world with a socialist view. His mastery in language attained with puns made his poetry effective providing it with new dimensions of meaning.
POETRY: Yazma (Manuscript, 1950), Her Boydan (Every Size, translations from world poetry and collections, 1959), Sevgi Duvarı (Wall of Love, 1973), Bir Siyasinin Şiirleri (Poetry of a Politician, 1974), Ölüm ve Oğlum (The Death and My Son, 1976), Şiir Alayı (Poem Parade, 1981), Rengarenk (Multicolored, 1982), Gökyokuş (Sky-slope, 1984), Beşibiryerde (Five All Together, collected poetry, 1985), Canfeda (Sacrifice, 1987), Çok Bi Çocuk (Much Child, 1988), Altısı Bir Yerde (Six All Together, 1988), Kısa Devre (Short Circuit, 1990), Kuzgunun Yavrusu (Baby Raven, 1990), Gece Vardiyası (Night Shift, 1991), Güle Güle - Seslerin Sessizliği (Good Bye – Silence of the Sounds, 1993), Gezintiler (Strolls, 1994), Maaile (With Family, 1995), Seke Seke (Ricocheting, 1997), Alavara (1999).
ESSAY: Düz Yazılar I-II (Prose I-II, 1994), Ve Candan Yazılar (And Sincere Writings, 1995).