Beyaz Kale

Beyaz KaleDou Ora E Fabuloase Vene Ia I Istanbulul , Dou Lumi N Dialog Occidentul I Orientul I Dou Personaje Bizare, De O Asem Nare Uluitoare Un Erudit Vene Ian, Capturat De Corsari I V Ndut N Robie, I Un Turc Straniu, Cunoscut Sub Numele De Hogea Nv Torul , I Intersecteaz I Negociaz Universurile Ntr Un Misterios Joc Al Dileme Lor Identitare Orhan Pamuk I A C Tigat Dreptul De A Fi Comparat Cu Jorge Luis Borges I Italo Calvino, Am Ndoi Veghind Asupra Acestui Roman Ca Ni Te Ngeri P Zitori Fort Rea A Alb Este Unul Dintre Acele Rare Romane Ce Reu Esc S Z Misleasc O Lume N Sine, Complet , De O Str Lucire Aparte Pamuk Este Un Povestitor Nzestrat Cu Pasiunea I Vigoarea Narativ A Unei Eherezade New York Times Beyaz Kale The white castle a novel, Orhan Pamuk 2003 1377 168 9645519195 20 1377 Benim a mdan tek kelimeyle kusursuz bir okuma deneyimi oldu Beyaz Kale Orhan Pamuk a olan hayranl m bir kat daha artt O kadar derinlikli tarihsel detaylar n i inde zaman atlamalar yaparak kurgu yaratma cesareti, kabiliyeti, ba ar s , sonunda ya anan d n m, hatta yle bir roman ki bana kal rsa sonunun da ok nemli olmamas , sona gelene kadar i sel t m gerginli i, z mlemeyi yol boyunca yapt rm olmas , ve ve ve benim i in en haz verici olan k sm ya att his inan lmazd S ze b yle girdikten sonra gelelim i eri e.Beyaz Kale bir ok farkl ekilde okunabilecek bir roman lk akla gelen, Osmanl d nemine dair bildi imiz, ara t rd m zda bulabilece imiz bilgileri i inde bar nd rm olmas gerek esiyle tarihi roman olu u Orhan Pamuk roman n en sonuna uzunca bir not d m Beyaz Kale tarihsel bir roman de il demi Hikaye olarak tarihin i inde konumlanm , dopdolu, yenilik i bir roman dememiz daha do ru o halde Beyaz Kale ye.Roman m z n kahramanlar , Osmanl ya esir d m Venedikli bir t ccar ve kendisine fiziksel olarak ok benzemesine kar n karakter olarak tam z tt olan Hoca Olaylar geli ir ve Venedikli t ccar k le olarak Hoca ya sat l r lkede veba salg n ba g stermi tir kilimiz vebay yenmek i in bilimsel ara t rmalar yapmaya al rken asl nda esas bulmaya al t klar ey, insan n sahiden kim oldu udur Yer yer birbirler
A Short StartI started reading this novel, because it was Pamuk s shortest and although I liked the subject matter of his other novels, I was worried I might bite off than I could chew I am the sort of person who must finish a book once I ve started it, even if I hate it So this was a taster for me.From A to B Inevitably I think it is fair to say that what happens at the end is inevitable His craftsmanship lies in how he achieves it There is a moment towards the end of the book when the door opens and we re suddenly on the other side of the story Only we have to look back over our shoulder and think, how did I get here From A to B PredictablyIt annoys me when people criticise a book, because they think it is predictable Everything is predictable to someone, if not necessarily me, because I didn t see it coming I am not a big fan of prediction I don t see the point From A to B Enjoyably But even if it is predictable, the skill is in the journey, the tellin
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 i.e 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 slave The conclusion I wan
7 10Kitab n sonunda O.Pamuk un kaleme ald sons z, hem samimi hem de doyurucuydu.Sons z okumasayd m baz eyler bende havada kalm olacakt Pamuk okurken hep fazladan beklenti i indeyim belki ald d l nedeniyle Beklentimi kar lamad ancak keyif ald m diyebilirim. 2 This book starts with a foreword from a made up finder who found the story in an archive and who gives the book its dedication to I kind of like books that start like this Anyway, the story seems to be partly fact, partly fiction, a story of 1600s Istanbul where two similar looking men form a strange friendship The author is the one half of this, remaining nameless throughout, an Italian who was captured and sold to slavery by pirates, finally owned by Hoca a title, no real name for him is given, either , an insufferable genius with constantly changing temper and high opinion of himself the writer is like opposite an observer, calm tempered, worrierA bond forms, firstly in that they learn from each other, not just knowledge, but of their lives, though Hoca keeps the information of the latter secret Helping each other, they finally gain
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 this I don t know how to write a review for such a book I m sure it deserves than 3 stars cause it s a unique 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
Yakla k 20 y l sonra yeniden okudu um Beyaz Kale yi bu defa daha ok sevdim lk okudu um zamanlarda san r m daha yirmi de ildim okunmas gereken her eyi s rayla okuyup, yan na bir tik atan, a bir gen okurdum sadece imdi daha sindire sindire, keyifli okumalar yap yorum eskiden okuyup rafa kald rd m, hakk az verilmi romanlar oldu unu yeni yeni idrak ediyorum Beyaz Kale kesinlikle bu romanlardan biri ocuk ya ta tahta oturtulan hayvanlara merakl Padi ah Avc Mehmet zaman nda ge en hikayede T rklere esir d m bir Venedikli ile fiziksel olarak t pat p benzeri ve sahibi Hoca n n ahs nda ikizlik, tekilik, do u bat , bizler onlar, ben ve o kavramlar n sorgulan yor Arka plan Osmanl padi ah n n etraf ndaki m neccimler, av seferleri, veba salg n gibi ilgin tarihsel olgular doldurmu Bu k sac k kitap, y nla bilgiyi kahramanlar n ki isel buhranlar e li inde kusursuz bir tarihsel atmosferde ge iriyor okuyucuya.Orhan Pamuk un en iyi roman de il bence ama edeb