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On the one hand, if I were rating on how important the book is I’d give it 4 stars. The book is about traditional art forms art that copied the great masters and did not ,a any innovation compared to innovation and personal style being reflected in art.

Ceea ce nu pricepem este strania neliniste in care se cufunda sufletul in asemenea clipe. Lists with This Book. And this is a shame because the book touches on what I think is a fascinating discussion about art, style, artist workshops, cultural and religious relationships within art and the wider society.


On the other, GR defines these stars as to how well one liked the book. The second star and a half is based solely on being impressed with the quality of mystery and the author being able to carry-off the multiple first-person POVs.

Books by Orhan Pamuk. There is a token chapter devoted to Shekure at the end of the book, but it seems anti-climatic and disappointing after the murderer is revealed. I realised it was more philosophical in nature, exploring art and its place in Islam and the nature of love and all that. Medias this blog was made to help people to easily download or read PDF files. This book is composed of 59 relatively short monologues by different characters related to one another, but also from non-human characters a coin, a tree, a dog and the book even opens with a corpse talking, yes!

Such creativity, much symbolism. They feel like superficial, two-dimensional puppets more than psychologically complex human beings.

Want to Read saving…. I felt like I was reading the King James Version of some religious document that covered all these subjects. The conversations about the place of art and artists in relation to their funders, influences, and the contemporary culture; the ways representation can be slippery and dangerous; the questions surrounding seeing, perception, blindness, and divine numewc vs.


Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Each chapter is short or long and titled “I am called Black” or “I am a woman, jumesc or “I am called Butterfly.

Also, none of the buggering figured into the plot of the story in the least. The book is about traditional art forms art that copied the great masters and did not show any innovation compared to innovation and personal style being reflected in art. Nu spun ca nu-i pricepem pe ceilalti atunci cind sufletele le sint ravasite de asemenea simtaminte; dimpotriva, ii nu,esc peste poate pe cei care le traiesc pina la capat.

The short pieces, each with varying perspective give the rrosu momentum and you regularly make new discoveries; and the many oriental tales give the work an entertaining, exotic flavor.

And do go to the reviews referenced above to nimesc erudite discussions of this book. Read it only if you want to learn about Ottoman daily life as I did for my Ottoman history class.

Vou ler qualquer coisa divertida para desanuviar! It often felt like reading a genealogy of islamic stories and historical books which I found tiring; though sitting in the vault of the sultan and perusing these books would be incredible for me, reading about the rich visual imagery was tedious. Saying I liked it or didn’t like it doesn’t really capture the complexity of my experience with this book.

First of all, characters are the worst part of it. Whatever t So yeah, I expected to like this book a lot. View all 37 comments. I struggled to get to page – I stopped at because it was the end of a chapter – but neither the fact that the main subject is painting, nor the short chapters, managed to keep my interest. Tapi jelas sekali ini karya yang jenius. In fact, I suspect I never will. I admired Shekure for being a clever woman, but the “love story” angle seems to get lost for the most part in the last one-third of the book.

They feel like superficial, two-dimensional puppets more than psychologically complex human beings.

Mă numesc Roşu by Orhan Pamuk (2 star ratings)

Dupa ce am legat degraba piciorul de trup, am trasat, cu indrazneala, cu iuteala, cu nesat, doua linii arcuite despre care, daca le-ati fi vazut, ati fi spus: The White Castle about the frictions and friendship between a Venetian slave and an Ottoman scholar was published in English and many other languages from onwards, bringing Pamuk his first international fame.


Perhaps, it was an accepted part of Ottoman culture, I don’t know, but one reference would have been sufficient to express this. The same year Pamuk went to America, where he was a visiting scholar at Columbia University in New York from to Nu peste multa vreme insa, isi sfarseste zilele pe fundul unui put, iar imprejurarile mortii lui sunt, pe masura ce trece timpul, din ce in ce mai greu de lamurit, creand toate premisele unui policier medieval.

View all 29 comments. On the one hand, the multiple viewpoints thing worked brilliantly. Such creativity, much symbolism.

It has modernist tricks galore—chapters or parts of them are narrated by death, a coin, by the color red hence, the titlea tree, a dog, a horse rather, the idea of a horse, since that particular narrator ruminates on being depicted over the centuriesSatan, and a severed head. Tapi saya dapet point penting di akhir kisah, yaitu bahwa ‘Kepunyaan Allahlah Timur dan Barat’, jadi mestinya nggak ada yang saling bunuh gara-gara perbedaan cara pandang. But while reading I more and more got the impression that Pamuk was talking about something else than just a debate amongst artistic schools.

Jun 30, Bogdan rated it it was ok.

Mă numesc Roşu

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. Its sixteenth century Gosu, pinnacle of ottoman rule, a book of illustrations is in the making, the contents of the book are being kept secret until it completes, as the Sultan demands.

Not in the meaning of a classic one. As much as I loved Museum of Innocence I dislike this. They are without spirit or any realistic traits and thus they are doomed nukesc be forgotten in five minutes after you finish reading the book.

And, of course, the fundamental debate realism versus idealism in art is extremely fascinating. On the one hand, it could have been an absorbing love story.

Maybe I expected to have more of an emotional connection but it was all very intellectual and somehow that frustrated me