The first known anarchist writer is someone who may be seen as a "lumpen" (a person who is seen as lazy or unproductive). However, we know that his difficult behavior is due to his sad and depressed personality.
You owe it to yourself to live a good life and do what is best for your country.
He is a writer who wrote poems in the "Fortune-i Funun" period. He used a special type of rhythm called "aruz" in his writing. At first, he wrote about individual topics, but later he wrote about social issues. He wrote poems under the name of "Haluk" and dedicated them to young people. (This collection of poems is called "Haluk's Notebook").
Halit Ziya Usaklıgil wrote a book called Forty Years, which talks about his journey as a writer and the people he met along the way. He said about his close friend Tevfik Fikret that his hands were not meant for making money, but for writing poetry. This is a perfect way to describe the life of a poet who values their art more than money.
Even today, in a world full of people who are willing to fight and die for their country, there is a poet who said many years ago that it is better to live for your country than to die for it. This gives us an idea of his beliefs.
People have a tendency to create their own beliefs and ideas and then treat them as if they are the most important thing in the world.