After graduating from university, Hasan went to work in the countryside. After working as an engineer in the country for four years, he decides to go to his relative's house in Istanbul, which he has not seen for a long time. When he goes to his relative's house, he is in a sense shocked by the scene he encounters. He meets five young girls at home. Two of them were his relatives' daughters and the others were distant relatives. He had last seen them after college. He only remembers his childhood. Now they were all young girls. The names of these young girls are Nevin, Güzin, Aliye, Samiye and Meliha. All of these girls have different temperaments and appearances. After Hasan comes home , they all help him to prepare his room without being foreign to him . The first thing that caught Hasan's eye at home was that although all the girls were chirping with joy, Meliha was very quiet and had a constant crying expression on her face. Meliha's face was always pale and unhappy. Although Meliha was the eldest of the girls, it was as if she was the youngest of them. Summaries of Hundred Fundamental Works, Summaries of Books, Summaries of Novels, Summaries of One Hundred Fundamental Works, Abstract As Hasan extends his vacation, he develops a conversation with the girls and starts to feel very different. She feels in love but can't decide which one. Hasan has begun to feel himself in a very difficult situation, he does not know exactly what to do. Sometimes the girls join in the nightly festivities. On these nights, some girls are playing and some are singing. Hasan's attention was attracted by the oud played by Meliha. Indeed, Hasan liked the oud music very much. He was very happy that Meliha participated in these entertainments. However, Meliha did not seem happy at all. This situation made Hasan very sad. Although Hasan is constantly trying to talk to Meliha, Meliha is constantly running away from Hasan. Hasan finally finds out who of these girls he's in love with. This girl is Meliha. Now he keeps her under constant surveillance. But Meliha constantly runs away from Hasan with her pale, tearful face. One night, the girls say that Meliha is sick. Hasan runs up to Meliha's room. Meliha is lying on the bed, pale as always. Hasan gets courageous for a moment and says "I love you" to him. Although Meliha is pleased with this, I cannot make her happy, she asks her to leave the house as soon as possible, thinking that she is sick. Hasan does not break this request and leaves the house with a deep wound in his heart.
Ali Usta is not alone. And people can change. Most of the criticisms directed at people, events and society come from Tezel, who is a 'nihilist', 'anarchist', 'breaking the beam of all faiths', who made us believe that if he tried to write a slogan on a wall, he would almost write 'the only way is alcohol!'; not from Professor Ömer or Ali Usta. Omer thinks that Tezel has to be neither understanding nor balanced. On the other hand, Tezel says my anarchism is half torn and backward. Ömer is constantly reckoning with himself. Ali Usta says to himself that you have even emptied yourself of economy and science somewhere, but he can only say general truths; For example, what they said to Tuncer about student movements: Not without you, but nothing will happen with you alone. For example, while the painter Tezel is passing by the Bosphorus Bridge, the lights falling on the Bosphorus, in front of the Maiden's Tower, and in front of the Maiden's Tower, what a wonderful appetizer for a sip of drink! But Tezel's honey-colored eyes, with a little butter mixed in them, also have a stray glint in harmony with what she says. I did not see that Fıtnat even brought her own troubles while thinking about Aysel. A provincial lawyer, then a land speculator, then a builder, then the Turkish representative of I don't know what engines and he is skilled in selling those engines to the army. I do not keep this car for pleasure, which is trying to make a professional revolution with his father's money. Oktay, who was able to say to a late-night student who called him 'brother' one day…one day…with a pack of cigarettes in his hand and came to visit him in prison, ‘Hey, you betrayed me, right?’; for those who get up from there and move to where, those who bring clean linen and take their dirty ones away, those who do not eat it, carry trays of baklava and pastries without feeding them to their children, those who borrow money from there, collect donations and give their money, ashamed of their scarcity. http://www.slipstone.co.uk/