Elderliness remarks as a life span in which people start losing their active lifestyle, breaking away from social space, and rising fear of death and it is the process despite the functionality of the memory decreasing, its importance increases. The elderly individual, who becomes lonely with passivity, attaches importance to his sexual power to stay within the limits of vitality, and to his memories to escape from the present that causes him dissatisfaction. Ferruh Sarıbay, the protagonist of Oktay Rifat’s Bay Lear novel, exposes all the aspects of elderliness. Elderliness he feels becomes more visible with sexuality and remembering the process of his past, loneliness, and death. Ferruh Sarıbay gets married to his servant Fatma to reactivate his sexual activity as like in his past and to get rid of the loneliness that his family members forced him to it. Although he fails to find what he expected, he wants to show his existence and reconstruct himself as in past by living his sexuality through Fatma. After he stays alone in his apartment, Ferruh Sarıbay turns to his past when her childhood and youth interrupted by urbanization and modern lifestyle, spent in a crowded family in a mansion through his memories. He returns to the past through his memories. To him, It’s like escaping from elderliness to youth. The apathy of his daughters and son-in-law also confines him to the feeling of loneliness. In this way, his fear of death begins to increase. In this work, the phenomenon of old age in the novel Bay Lear is examined with the concepts of sexuality, the act of being remembered, loneliness, and death through Ferruh Sarıbay.