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Masculinity, structured as a fiction, is revealed by the relationship between power, labor, and cathexis, like a strictly obeyed contract, and has an important area in the gender order. The Cinnet Garden tries to show how unsuccessful a man who killed his wife was in the process of building and representing masculinity and to question who the killer was. Although the confessions of the suspect, the clues about the murder reveal who the killer is, the assumptions that the masculinity fiction and construction that will commit the murder are lacking in adequate behavior, jargon, and practices lead to a search for who the killer is. This search offers clues about the existing process of various types of masculinity within the construction and construction of masculinity. 

When the text in question is deconstructed, the gender and masculinity fictions of the text come to light. In addition, the hegemony of the patriarchal system causes the masculinities, who do not have more shares in the patriarchal power, to have feelings of fear of being humiliated, the embarrassment of being afraid, silence, and introversion. The study aims to reveal that even though it is known that he killed his wife, Müeyyet did not have a masculine language, could not prove himself, could not attain a privileged masculine performance, created doubts in the minds of dominant men and even women, and at least they could not convince them. At the same time, the work comes across various masculinity fictions while considering who the killer is; It aims to construct a sentence on the complex mindset in which honor, which aims to keep women in privacy and at the boundary of the household is also considered as a processed product dependent on the morality and will of the woman.


Patriarchal hegemony, literature, masculinity, honor, gender


Aksakal, E. (2021). ‘Cinnet Bahçesi’nde metnin erilliği ve erkekliğin metinselliği. BUGU Dil ve Eğitim Dergisi, 2(1), 59-73.

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