The Fecr-i Ati group draws attention as the shortest movement of Turkish literature under the influence of the West. The group, established to fill the literary gap after the second constitutional era and dissolved in a short time as a result of the political conditions and literary conflicts, remains an initiative in the history of Turkish literature and prepares the ground for the National Literature movement. Refik Halit adds colour to the community with his opponent and sceptical identity, and Yakup Kadri with his art, literature and philosophical views. Both authors have expressed their opinions on the Fecr-i Ati community on several occasions. In his memoirs, interviews and various writings, Refik Halit gives information about the Fecr-i Ati community, and Yakup Kadri explains the reasons for the dissolution of this community in his memoirs. Based on the opinions of Refik Halit and Yakup Kadri, this study tries to explain the reasons for the demise of the Fecr-i Ati group in a short time.
Manifest, Dispersion, Memoir, Interview, Wording.