Beyaz Kale (FREE)


Beyaz Kale

review Beyaz Kale Ô eBook or Kindle ePUB review ☆ eBook or Kindle ePUB Ò Orhan Pamuk Orhan Pamuk Ò 3 free read تعريف الناشرلقد وضعت رواية القلعة البيضاء الكاتب التركي اورهان باموق في مصاف الكتاب العالميين، وشكلت منعطفا في مسيرته الادبية باستخدامه اسل?. Warning you have to relax to read this book just let go and let it take you where it wants This is a novel on identity the plot really does not matter is this the defining feature of good literature the crucial point is how two individuals actually become one to the point that we no longer know ourselves who is whom Is the Italian slave really taking the place of his hoja ie master according to Adam Shatz in the London Review of Books are they really swapping lives as previously fantasised Or is this really a fantasy in itself of the Turk the Hoja so disappointed with his fellow Turks so disgusted with their intellectual inferiority with their passiveness with their lack of imagination so much craving for the intellectually stimulating life that he can just barely perceive through the bearing knowledge and stories of his learned slave that he decides to live this swapped fantasy himself willing himself to believe that he is no longer the Hoja but the Italian former slaveThe conclusion I want to believe is the latter it is the Italian that really flees the siege of the White Castle and who knows whether he ever reached his native land and maybe good for him if he did not what could have come out of such an impossible readjustment Or maybe it is Hoja himself who killed him on that fateful night with such uintessentially unreliable narrator we will never really know But I like to think that having finally reached that zenith he had been aspiring too for so many years accepting the inevitable debacle was too much to bear and finding comfort in living a dream nobody could take away from him almost unescapable A great read

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review Beyaz Kale Ô eBook or Kindle ePUB review ☆ eBook or Kindle ePUB Ò Orhan Pamuk Orhan Pamuk Ò 3 free read لصحافة العالمية، وتناول رواياته كبار النقاد في العالم، وحاز على اكبر الجوائز الادبية في بلده، وبلدان اخرى مثل جائزة هيرالدتريبيون، وقد رفضها. It is almost impossible to talk about this book without revealing its ending or at least what one might consider to be its ending This strange work purports to be a 17th century manuscript found by one Faruk Darvinoglu in 1982 We find that in the manuscript we are about to read some events described in the story bore little resemblance to fact although the truth of the general knowledge of the period seemed to be accurate p2 On page 3 Faruk reveals that a professor he had consulted tells him that in the old wooden houses on the back streets of Istanbul there were tens of thousands of manuscripts filled with stories of this kind Faruk tells us that the manuscript we are about to read is his own rendition into contemporary Turkish He then writes Readers seeing the dedication at the beginning may ask if it has a personal significance I suppose that to see everything as connected with everything else is the addiction of our time It is because I too have succumbed to this disease that I publish this tale The dedication he refers to is For Nilgun Darvinoglu a loving sister1961 1980 One presumes therefore that this dedication is by Faruk not Pamuk or is it In between this dedication and Faruk s Preface is a uotation allegedly from Marcel Proust with no reference as to where in Proust s work this uotation is to be found but with the ualification from the mistranslation of Y K Karaosmanoglu All this is in the beginning before the actual story itself We are obviously in some murky territory hereThe manuscript itself is a rather straightforward telling of a strange tale told by an unnamed Italian narrator about his capture by Turks and his adventures in Istanbul where he becomes the servant ofcollaborator with one Hoja a name which apparently means master who is a few years older than him but who apparently looks exactly like the narrator The first ten chapters details almost obsessively the relationship between the narrator and his double a kind of lovehate relationship where gradually the differences between the two men become indistinguishable until at the end of chapter ten when the assault on the Polish Doppio Castle the White Castle of the Title fails and Hoja dons the narrator s clothes and identity and disappears from the story Hoja becomes the Italian the Italian becomes Hoja It is from these ten chapters that all the discussion about self identity selfother distinctions slavemaster relationships and even the relationship between East and West derive from but I would suggest that these come from the readers than from the novel itself By the way is it just a concidence or merely an example of seeing everything connected to everything else that the name of the White castle is Doppio the Italian word for double It is really only in the final chapter Chapter eleven that one becomes embroiled in the complex literary trap that this novel really is for it is here that the distinctions between the two men are I believe deliberately blurred so that in the end one is no longer sure who is who Stories of Hoja as the Italian are referred to narratives by the Italian which point out his ignorance of Italian cities are cited Hoja is referred to as He and Him with capital letters and the sultan refers to Him as being the Italian captive while he is talking to the Italian believing him to be Hoja or does he The narrator whoever he is also seems to think his Childhood memories exchanged with Hoja earlier are indeed his own There are numerous puzzling associations and confusions in this final chapter and they all resonate with the general undermining of the narrative provided in the Preface by Faruk A complex example is provided on page 141 of my Faber 2009 paperback edition The Italian narrator is wishing that he might once dream of my childhood in Edirne which is supposed to be Hoja s childhood of the first time I saw Him Hoja unbearded at the pasha s door of the chill down my spine Going back to the beginning of Chapter two we are told that The resemblance between myself and the man Hoja who entered the pasha s room was incredible It was me there then later in the paragraph Then I decided he didn t resemble me all that much he had a beard So there is no way really that we can even say that the overriding images of the similarity of the two men or less insisted upon throughout nine chapters is anything than a delusion of the narrator or if not is Hoja bearded or unbearded Any attempt to unravel the unravellable is bound to frustration There is no way anyone will be able to find out The novel resolves itself into a trick which because of its paradoxical nature cannot be resolved so many of the images of the novel remain in the mind never finding any peaceful resolution This also means that any arguments about selfother slavemaster and EastWest are also not able to be resolved Whether this is a good thing is not is problematical precisely because of its internal paradoxesThe final image of an old man looking out through a window to his garden remembering is perhaps the best image to rest on at the end It is a sad image a suggestion that our memories are only what we make of them of the narratives we tell ourselves these are what ultimately provide us with meaning regardless of whether they are true or not

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review Beyaz Kale Ô eBook or Kindle ePUB review ☆ eBook or Kindle ePUB Ò Orhan Pamuk Orhan Pamuk Ò 3 free read ?ب الفتنتازيا التاريخيةوقد حاز في السنوات الاخيرة على لقب الكاتب ذي الكتب الاكثر مبيعا، وبلغ عدد اللغات التي ترجم اليها تسع عشرة لغةاهتمت به ا. He did not want to think about how terrible the world would be if men spoke always of themselves of their own peculiarities if their books and their stories were always about thisI don t know how to write a review for such a bookI m sure it deserves than 3 stars cause it s a uniue and one of a kind story but I haven t enjoyed it that muchThe ending was vague as were the characterssometimes I thought the character Hoja was mentally disturbed and sometimes I thought he was a genius as for his look alike the slave who actually the story was about he was brilliant sometimes driven by his own emotion but he had something about him that made him superior to Hoja perhaps it was his honesty this book left me with mixed emotion it s basically about a Turkish Muslim Scholar and his Christian Italian Slave who refuses to convert to Islam The Master and his Slave look exactly alike they spend all of their time together they develop a weird bond between friendship and brotherhood I loved him I loved him the way I loved that helpless wretched ghost of my own self I saw in my dreams as if choking on the shame rage sinfulness and melancholy of that ghost as if overcome with shame at the sight of a wild animal dying in pain or enraged by the selfishness of a spoilt son of my own and perhaps most of all I loved him with the stupid revulsion and stupid joy of knowing my self

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  • 21 January 2019
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    free read Beyaz Kale Beyaz Kale (FREE) Orhan Pamuk Ò 3 free read The White Castle is a colorful and intricately patterned triumph of the imagination said the annotation But I don't see The White Castle as a triumph It's good but nothing Pamuk tells us a story about a slave who inspite all diffucult

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    Beyaz Kale (FREE) Orhan Pamuk Ò 3 free read review ☆ eBook or Kindle ePUB Ò Orhan Pamuk It is almost impossible to talk about this book without revealing its ending or at least what one might consider to be its ending This strange work purports to be a 17th century manuscript found by one Faruk Darvinoglu in 1982 We find that in the manuscript we are about to read ' some events described in the story bore little resemblance to fact' although the 'truth' of the general knowledge of the period seeme

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    Beyaz Kale (FREE) free read Beyaz Kale Pamuk’s talent for storytelling is definitely unuestionable Well OK you can disagree I don’t care I loved the setting; it was basically the main criteria for choosing the book I’d probably need to mention the reader friendly length as well I loved the plot the double the identical twin the capacity of exchanging not only id

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