Sessiz Ev

Sessiz Ev Biri tarih i biri devrimci biri de zengin olmay akl na koymu torun stanbul yak nlar ndaki Cennethisar kasabas ndaki babaannelerini ziyaret eder dedelerinin yetmi y l nce siyaset y z nden s rg n edi
  • Title: Sessiz Ev
  • Author: Orhan Pamuk
  • ISBN: 9789754704440
  • Page: 421
  • Format: Paperback
  • Biri tarih i, biri devrimci, biri de zengin olmay akl na koymu torun stanbul yak nlar ndaki Cennethisar kasabas ndaki babaannelerini ziyaret eder, dedelerinin yetmi y l nce siyaset y z nden s rg n edildi inde yapt rd evde bir hafta kal rlar Bu s rede, babaannelerinin doksan y ll k an larla y kl ge mi i a r a r aralan rken, dedenin Do u ile Bat aras ndaki u Biri tarih i, biri devrimci, biri de zengin olmay akl na koymu torun stanbul yak nlar ndaki Cennethisar kasabas ndaki babaannelerini ziyaret eder, dedelerinin yetmi y l nce siyaset y z nden s rg n edildi inde yapt rd evde bir hafta kal rlar Bu s rede, babaannelerinin doksan y ll k an larla y kl ge mi i a r a r aralan rken, dedenin Do u ile Bat aras ndaki u urumu bir rp da kapataca n sand b y k bir ansiklopediyi yaz hat rlan r Evde sessiz g zlemleriyle ku aklar aras nda k pr kuran tan klar, bah e duvarlar n n tesinde ise aile ile ilgilenen tutkulu gen lerin hareketleri vard r Sessiz Ev, Orhan Pamuk un ikinci roman Yay mland nda heyecanla kar lanm , pek ok yabanc dile evrilmi , yurt d nda d ller alm t.
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    1. Orhan Pamuk was born in Istanbul in 1952 and grew up in a large family similar to those which he describes in his novels Cevdet Bey and His Sons and The Black Book, in the wealthy westernised district of Nisantasi As he writes in his autobiographical book Istanbul, from his childhood until the age of 22 he devoted himself largely to painting and dreamed of becoming an artist After graduating from the secular American Robert College in Istanbul, he studied architecture at Istanbul Technical University for three years, but abandoned the course when he gave up his ambition to become an architect and artist He went on to graduate in journalism from Istanbul University, but never worked as a journalist At the age of 23 Pamuk decided to become a novelist, and giving up everything else retreated into his flat and began to write.His first novel Cevdet Bey and His Sons was published seven years later in 1982 The novel is the story of three generations of a wealthy Istanbul family living in Nisantasi, Pamuk s own home district The novel was awarded both the Orhan Kemal and Milliyet literary prizes The following year Pamuk published his novel The Silent House, which in French translation won the 1991 Prix de la d couverte europ ene The White Castle 1985 about the frictions and friendship between a Venetian slave and an Ottoman scholar was published in English and many other languages from 1990 onwards, bringing Pamuk his first international fame The same year Pamuk went to America, where he was a visiting scholar at Columbia University in New York from 1985 to 1988 It was there that he wrote most of his novel The Black Book, in which the streets, past, chemistry and texture of Istanbul are described through the story of a lawyer seeking his missing wife This novel was published in Turkey in 1990, and the French translation won the Prix France Culture The Black Book enlarged Pamuk s fame both in Turkey and internationally as an author at once popular and experimental, and able to write about past and present with the same intensity In 1991 Pamuk s daughter R ya was born That year saw the production of a film Hidden Face, whose script by Pamuk was based on a one page story in The Black Book.His novel The New Life, about young university students influenced by a mysterious book, was published in Turkey in 1994 and became one of the most widely read books in Turkish literature My Name Is Red, about Ottoman and Persian artists and their ways of seeing and portraying the non western world, told through a love story and family story, was published in 1998 This novel won the French Prix du meilleur livre tranger, the Italian Grinzane Cavour 2002 and the International IMPAC Dublin literary award 2003 From the mid 1990s Pamuk took a critical stance towards the Turkish state in articles about human rights and freedom of thought, although he took little interest in politics Snow, which he describes as my first and last political novel was published in 2002 In this book set in the small city of Kars in northeastern Turkey he experimented with a new type of political novel , telling the story of violence and tension between political Islamists, soldiers, secularists, and Kurdish and Turkish nationalists Snow was selected as one of the best 100 books of 2004 by The New York Times In 1999 a selection of his articles on literature and culture written for newspapers and magazines in Turkey and abroad, together with a selection of writings from his private notebooks, was published under the title Other Colours Pamuk s most recent book, Istanbul, is a poetical work that is hard to classify, combining the author s early memoirs up to the age of 22, and an essay about the city of Istanbul, illustrated with photographs from his own album, and pictures by western painters and Turkish photographers.

    2. I liked this almost as much as The Museum of Innocence , which is still my favorite Orhan Pamuk novel but it s close it s a smaller book less dense than other Pamuk books I ve read each chapter is short Right from the start the dialogue between the cranky old grandmother and Recep her FRICKIN SLAVE HORSE a Saint to boot is a dwarf making the visuals of the dialogue all the hysterically crazy funny shaking your head you ve got to be kidding Recep is a bastard of her deceased husband The grandchi [...]

    3. Originally published in Turkey in 1983 and now translated into English for the first time, Silent House Knopf is Orhan Pamuk s second novel Although the Nobel Prize winner makes no direct mention of the historical relevance of the book in the text itself, his story takes place roughly one month before the September 12, 1980 Turkish coup d tat, in which the Chief of the General Staff General Kenan Evren and the Turkish Armed Forces restored order after violence had broken out between right leanin [...]

    4. Turkey s on going modernization, real estate boom, and politics are the focus of this story, set in a small Turkish seaside city, we guess, around the 1970 s The book was originally published in Turkey in 1983 The plot is that three adult grandchildren make their obligatory annual summer visit to their 90 year old grandmother The grandmother is crotchety and demanding especially to her live in servant whom she alternately calls the dwarf or the bastard, the latter because he is a child of her de [...]

    5. Sessiz Ev roman Silent House, 1980, Orhan Pamuk 1952 2008 1386 467 9789643623999 20 1390 431 9786002290410 1393 440 9789643519704 1393 364 9789642950362 1393 364 9789642132379 1952 30

    6. When I first started reading Orhan Pamuk s books I really struggledand ended up abandoning Snow and My Name Is Read It just seemed to complex and I couldn t follow at all really.But after reading Museum Of Innocence I really enjoyed this bookand started to feel I was understanding this great writers work.Now I have finished Silent House.which I really loved Now I really do want to go back and read his books that i have abandoned.Silent House just captivated me The characters were really interest [...]

    7. nce unu not edeyim nk s rekli k yasa gidece im gibi bir his var i imde bug ne kadar okudu um di er orhan pamuk romanlar kara kitap, yeni hayat, beyaz kale in verdi i tarihlere g re 14 g nde okumu um kitab ama sorsan z bana 4 g n gibi geliyor di erlerine g re ok daha ak c nk asl nda u an yaz tatilinde bir renci olsam zaten b rak n d rd , iki g nde bitirirdim kara kitap ve yeni hayat okurken ya ad n z o kitapla d v me hissi bu kitapta hi yok sanki kitapla birlikte cennethisar da y r yorsunuz bu el [...]

    8. I must be missing something vital in translation in theme Because this was the second book of Orhan Pamuk in as many weeks that I had zero possibly negative appreciation for Granted, this is a translation of a very old book and Snow is a fairly recent graduate of the Pamuk alum But, many of the themes that bothered me in Snow, bothered me here too I ll come to that in a minute.Silent House is a story of a Turkish family headed by an old highly loathsome grandmother, Fatma She s ill and is looked [...]

    9. The book was almost painful to read A clash between the westernized intelligentsia and the nationalist poor, accompanied by sexual tensions, ends up in violence and death Everybody wishes well, but everybody hurts everybody else And upstairs stays a vicious traditionalist ninety years old grandmother who rejects everything and everybody.

    10. Pamuk has tried to explore the conflicts between religious and secular, nationalist and communist of Turkey through the story of an old lady and her grandchildren But this work lacks the depth with which Pamuk wrote Snow thirty years later with a similar theme Characters in Snow express opinions to explain which ideology they belong to clearly But the people of Silent House are just blasphemous to prove their secularity.

    11. i enjoyed this book tremendously a few hours from instanbul, in what used to be country side but is now a posh sea town, an elderly widow lives in a decrepit old house the book is set in 1980 though this date is never mentioned in the book the book was published in 1983 and takes place during the days in which fatma s grandchildren pay her their annual visit the eldest is a university professor in history, the second oldest a university student and the youngest a high schooler the narration is m [...]

    12. This is a very well written book with extremely real characters, but I can t say I enjoyed it Appreciated maybe It s a journey into nothingness and futility, anger spite fear I felt like I needed a wash afterwards I found the Grandmother s vicious point of view particularly difficult to read Almost as bleak as a Cormac McCarthy, but believable shudders I read the drunken rage and rape driving scenes with a kind of fascinated horror, needing to put the book down but forced to go on against my wi [...]

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    14. I kind of hovered between rating this 3 and 4 stars, but I realized I was leaning towards 3 because I am completely ignorant of Turkish history and politics, and so not fair to penalize the author for my own gap.An interesting read which reminded me a little bit of Naguib Mahfouz s fiction Pamuk gives us multiple narrators to tell us the story of Turkey and its 20th century struggles as the border state between Europe and the Muslim nations of the middle east A pity that I don t know the history [...]

    15. I don t know why I waited so long to revisit Orhan Pamuk Both My Name is Red and Snow have stayed with me for many years The conflicts of an extended family in Silent House mirror the political and social world of 1980 Turkey Pamuk is especially brilliant at capturing the self destructive psyche of the male cousins A terrifying and sad novel.

    16. Silent House is an early novel by Nobel recipient Orhan Pamuk Compared to his famous work, it is straightforward than My Name is Red , which harnesses its setting in early Ottoman Istanbul and its self conscious virtuosity to a mystery that rarely seems to be the novelist s focus Silent House shares the historical setting of The Museum of Innocence , the politically riven Turkey of the eighties Nationalism is on the rise, and an Army coup is around the corner But unlike The Museum of Innocence [...]

    17. I spent several weeks reading Orhan Pamuk s Silent House Pamuk s books are dense and difficult, but well worth the effort, if one measures this by those aha moments occasionally triggered by great literature.Silent House is Pamuk s second novel, first published in 1983 On the surface, it s the story of a single family In her second floor room, in the old house in a seaside village where she has spent her adult life, a frail ninety year old widow awaits the annual visit of her three grandchildren [...]

    18. I was a bit uncertain of the rating for this book However, I landed on 4 out of 5 mostly because I rather enjoyed it This despite the fact that the alternating voices, perspectives and even tenses were confusing at times Most of the voices there was never any warning I could quickly and easily tell apart, but the two teenage boys, Metin and Hasan were a bit difficult every now and then Purposely so, the translator tells me at the end of the book.Hasan and Metin are related, although they don t k [...]

    19. La casa del silenzio una casa che sa di stantio, di polvere e di muffa E una casa triste, sola E la casa di Fatma, una nonnina di 90 anni, bisbetica, petulante, una casa che risuona del suo livore nei confronti del marito alcolista e attivista politico la casa di Recep, il nano la casa dei tre nipoti che giungono di tanto in tanto a trovarla E la casa di Faruk, il maggiore, un uomo che beve per sfuggire alla noia e alla ex moglie la casa di Nilgun, una studentessa attivista politica che crede in [...]

    20. Pentru ca, asa cum aveam sa cuget cu mult mai tarziu, in timp ce stau aici, in pat, odata sfarsita, viata calatoria aceea cu trasura pe care n o faci decat o singura data nu mai poate fi luata de la capat, insa daca ai o carte in mana, oricat de complicata si de incalcita ar fi ea, poti sa te intorci daca vrei, cand o ispravesti, la primele pagini, pentru a incerca sa deslusesti ceea ce ti s a parut de nepatruns si pentru a pricepe insasi viata, nu i asa, Fatma

    21. This book is a collection of representations and parallels Pamuk draws lines between the oppressed and dominant across several groups women men East West religious atheist poor rich educated superstitious He writes a series of chapters from each of the character s perspectives and through these we learn about and sympathize with them individually as well as begin to understand the tapestry that is their world Fatma is a great icon for the religious East As a young girl she married Selahattin and [...]

    22. One of the background themes of The Prisoner of Heaven was the ongoing conflict between nationalist fascist and socialist communist ideologies in Spain in the middle of the twentieth century History class in Canada focuses on fascism almost exclusively as seen in World War II It elides over the Spanish Civil War I ve had to remedy that on my own time It mentions Mussolini in passing as a buddy of Hitler s rather than a fascist dictator in his own right And everything after World War II is the va [...]

    23. This novel was Orhan Pamuk s second, written and originally published in 1983, but it was much recently finally translated into English The story involves an extended family living a short distance from Istanbul where the now deceased grandfather was exiled for political reasons The time of the narrative is in the late 1970 s, shortly before a period of political rebellion, and tension is in the air The events described occur during one week when the aged grandmother s grandchildren, two boys a [...]

    24. Algures na Turquia, pr ximo de Istambul, numa terra beira mar chamada Forte Para so mora Fatma Fatma uma v uva nonagen ria que serve de eixo a esta narrativa Vive com um an o, Redjep, que para al m seu criado, tamb m filho bastardo do seu defunto marido Tudo isto numa casa que outrora foi nova, mas agora nem por isso Todos os anos no Ver o, os seus tr s netos v em a Forte Para so passar alguns dias de f rias Faruk, o mais velho, divorciado, parece querer seguir as pisadas do seu pai e do seu av [...]

    25. Turkey as a polyphonic narration, as a multitude of ideas and desires The concordance of this notion with Indians notions of India is the reason why Pamuk sells a lot here Patchily done Almost juvenile at times in its experimental vigour, although extracting, in some places, traces of a genius that Pamuk would later come to wield at will.The heart of Pamuk s best novels the return of the exiled man, or a man s quest search for a woman, or both of these together, as in Snow and My Name is Red is [...]

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