2016 International Journal of Language Academy  
Qadi Burhaneddin who died in 1358, had been called by the Anatolian seigniors "the father of conquest" because of came out of many wars. He is a man who sharp-witted, fair scholar with dignity and never afraid to say the truth. Diwān of Qadi Burhaneddin contains the best samples of Turkish"s poems and tuyugh and it managed to reached our age. The simple language, the fervent expression and richness of narration enables us to discover the beauty of the Turkish Language again. He tried to seize
more » ... He tried to seize expression power by through asking questions in his poems and he achieved in using all kind of question patterns in an efficient style. Therefore, interrogative sentences and its structures must be considered as a stylistic feature in his poetry. When we examine his symbolic expression in poetry we can see depth of mystical meaning in many couplets that seem to be unsophisticated. Interrogative sentences are being formed through three ways: By question suffixes, by question words and by question sentences formed without using any interrogative element. Thus, interrogative sentences, in term of meaning, divide into two parts: Question sentences that expect answer. and those question sentences that don"t expect, or require, answer. The question sentences which don"t expect answer may aim at difference goals such as demand, request, confirmation, expectaion, remind. As a result, we can say that Qadi Burhaneddin have used question structure freuquently as a stylistic feature. Aswell as, in his work, all kinds of question structure were determined in term of form and meaning.
doi:10.18033/ijla.3458 fatcat:l3wan2boj5cmzigfpdnqsgyilu