Başlangıcından Günümüze Türk Destanları (Hazırlayanlar: Bilgehan Atsız GÖKDAĞ, Kemal ÜÇÜNCÜ), Akçağ Yayınları. Ankara 2007, 264 s.

Journal Title: The Journal of International Social Research - Year 2008, Vol 1, Issue 2

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Yılmaz IRMAK

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Yılmaz IRMAK (2008). Başlangıcından Günümüze Türk Destanları (Hazırlayanlar: Bilgehan Atsız GÖKDAĞ, Kemal ÜÇÜNCÜ), Akçağ Yayınları. Ankara 2007, 264 s.. The Journal of International Social Research, 1(2), 558-561. https://europub.co.uk/articles/-A-123727