Öteki Renkler

teki Renkler Orhan Pamuk s first book since winning the Nobel Prize Other Colors is a dazzling collection of essays on his life his city his work and the example of other writers Over the last three decades P

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  • Author: Orhan Pamuk
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  • Orhan Pamuk s first book since winning the Nobel Prize, Other Colors is a dazzling collection of essays on his life, his city, his work, and the example of other writers.Over the last three decades, Pamuk has written, in addition to his seven novels, scores of pieces personal, critical, and meditative the finest of which he has brilliantly woven together here He opens a wOrhan Pamuk s first book since winning the Nobel Prize, Other Colors is a dazzling collection of essays on his life, his city, his work, and the example of other writers.Over the last three decades, Pamuk has written, in addition to his seven novels, scores of pieces personal, critical, and meditative the finest of which he has brilliantly woven together here He opens a window on his private life, from his boyhood dislike of school to his daughter s precocious melancholy, from his successful struggle to quit smoking to his anxiety at the prospect of testifying against some clumsy muggers who fell upon him during a visit to New York City From ordinary obligations such as applying for a passport or sharing a holiday meal with relatives, he takes extraordinary flights of imagination in extreme moments, such as the terrifying days following a cataclysmic earthquake in Istanbul, he lays bare our most basic hopes and fears Again and again Pamuk declares his faith in fiction, engaging the work of such predecessors as Laurence Sterne and Fyodor Dostoyevsky, sharing fragments from his notebooks, and commenting on his own novels He contemplates his mysterious compulsion to sit alone at a desk and dream, always returning to the rich deliverance that is reading and writing.By turns witty, moving, playful, and provocative, Other Colors glows with the energy of a master at work and gives us the world through his eyes, assigning every radiant theme and shifting mood its precise shade in the spectrum of significance.

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      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.

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    • "حالا پس این کتاب چی به آدم یاد می دهد؟"من هیچ وقت یادم نمی رود که (و ببخشید که باز به یاد شما هم می اندازم) در کشور فقیری زندگی می کنم که رسم است کتاب های مهم را نه برای لذت بردن بلکه برای فایده اش بخوانند، و باسوادها محکوم به خدمت به مردمان کم مایه هستند«پاموکِ دوست داشتنی بر این [...]


    • "شعرت بسعادة بالغة لأنني تعرفت على أدب المقال للمرة الأولى من خلال عالم" اورهان باموق" واذ بي ألتقي به كاتباً وناقداً وأباً وقبل كل شيء انساناً أباً حنوناً طيب القلب يحب ابنته ويُقدر تلك الاوقات التي تكون برفقتها أديباً روائياً يمتلك من البراءة الطفولية ما تكفي لينعزل عن عال [...]


    • مجموعة من المقالات يدخل بها القارئ إلى عالم باموق الشخصي والفكرييحكي عن حياته وذكرياته ومتعة الكتابة, وعن مشاهداته وتأملاته المليئة بالاهتمام لكل الأشياء من حولهمن أجمل الفصول الفصل الخاص بالكتب والقراءة, يحكي فيه عن مكتبته وعن أدباء أثروا في نفسه ويقدم تحليل جميل لبعض الك [...]


    • ألوان أخرى يمكننا القول بكل ثقة أنه لا أحد يكتب عن ذاته كما يفعل الروائي، فذلك الكائن المتوحد الذي يجلس إلى طاولة لسنوات طويلة – ثلاثين في حالة باموق -، يكتب ويكتشف ذاته، يفرقها على أبطاله، ويعيد كتابتها مرات ومرات، عندما يجلس بعد كل تلك السنوات ليكتب عن نفسه، ولكن هذه المرة [...]


    • ‎آخر نص في هذا الكتاب جاء تحت عنوان "حقيبة أبي"، وهو الخطاب الشهير الذي ألقاه باموك أمام الأكاديمية السويدية في ستوكهولم لدى تسلمه جائزة "نوبل" في الآداب عام 2006يتخذ باموك من الحقيبة التي أهداه إياها والده قبل عامين من وفاته، والتي كانت مملوءة بقصاصاته وكتاباته ويومياته، مدخ [...]


    • Other Colors, though a collection of short essays, is almost more satisfying than devouring one of Pamuk's novels because it gives us such an exquisite background on Pamuk's literary ideals and the Turkish zeitgeist. It's difficult for me to explain the appeal of Pamuk without falling all over myself in platitudes. It's almost as if Pamuk's writing is the Platonic ideal of writing—every word is exactly right, every idea is perfectly expressed, and you think, "That's precisely it! No one could [...]


    • الكتاب كما هو واضح من العنوان عبارة عن مقالات متفرقة نُشرت سابقًا، بالإضافة إلى قصة جديدة، وحوار صحفي، والكلمة التي ألقاها باموق في حفل استلامه لجائزة نوبل.حاول المؤلف أن يجمع المقالات في موضوعات، فتجد أولا قسمًا بعنوان "الحياة والقلق" يحتوي على مقالات يتحدث فيها باموق عن م [...]


    • As I sit down to review this book, I feel this compassion inside me. It could be due to the influence and a personal connection this text infused in me and led me to believe every word in it as if it was written by me. This book takes you back and forth between Orhan's childhood memories, his dreams and his toiled days as an author. It actually delighted me to read up from the notes beautifully compiled under the emblem of Other Colors which the author carelessly scribbled away as random stray t [...]


    • تُسلمك الكتب بعضها إلى بعض. وهكذا قادني كتاب " مذكرات قاريء" إلى لقاء "أورهان باموق" هنا؛ على صفحات كتابه "ألوان أخرى".بإمكاني القول أنّني أعجبت بهذا الكاتب إعجابًا شديدًا منذ الأسطر الأولى من كتابه هذا. وعلى امتداد الكتاب الجميل، كان هذا الإعجاب لا يلبث أن يخبو قليلًا حتى يعود [...]


    • این کتاب پاموک را میشود جدای از بقیه خواند و لذت برد و دید رمان‌نویس نه در حد اروپایی یا آمریکایی بلکه رمان‌نویس همین کشور همسایه وقتی «رمان‌نویس» باشد باید بتواند چه دامنه‌ی شناختی داشته باشد از ادبیات و هنر و شهر و تاریخ. شناختی که البته یکسر فرق دارد با شناخت منتقد یا فره [...]


    • Manzaradan Parçalar gibi, okuması çok keyifli bir Orhan Pamuk kitabı. İçinde hikâyeler, denemeler, Orhan Pamuk'un ve diğer yazarların kitapları hakkında yazılar var. Orhan Pamuk'un günlük hayatı hakkında ayrıntıları da, kızı Rüya ile olan ilişkisini de görüyoruz. Sanki Orhan Pamuk'un yazı masasına gizlice oturup rastgele yazıları okumak gibi. Öteki Renkler ve Manzaradan Parçalar Orhan Pamuk'u sevenler için bulunmaz nimet. Umarım en azından bir kez daha böyle bi [...]


    • من أجمل المقالات التي قرأتها في حياتي لكم أحب هذا الثرثار العظيم


    • اما ادبیات به هیچ وجه مقوله ایصرفا ملی نیست .نویسنده ای که در اتاقش را به روی خود می بندد و نخست به درون خود سفر می کنند، در گذر سالیان آن قاعده ی جاودانی ادبیات را کشف خواهد کرد: او باید این هنر را داشته باشد که قصه خود را چنان بگوید که انگار قصه ی دیگران است ؛ و قصه ی دیگران را چن [...]


    • Until the time I am writing down this review, I still cannot finish My Name is Red. Pamuk’s novels are not easy to read, I admit that. However, I find his essays very enjoyable and I can say that besides Orwell, Pamuk is my favourite essay writer. He writes various kinds of topic in Other Colours, like his daughter being sulky, the earthquake in Turkey and paintings. All are written elegantly and most importantly, even though some of his essays are very critical and about ‘heavy’ things, t [...]


    • 13/01/08 Endnote: This book, especially the Nobel Lecture, has left me excitingly inspired and exhilarated. What a passionate and dedicated depiction of a person faithfully surrendered to his fate as a writer! 10/12/07Tomorrow I am starting a journey which will break my daily routine for a while. I set off all other "currently-reading" books and set on this one. It will accompany me on the way. Already finished chapter one (The Implied Author) which reminds me why I enviously like his authorship [...]


    • مابين خواطر شخصية من تأملاته في الحياة ومابين مقالات تصف كواليس كتاباته للروايات وطقوس كتاباته بشكل عام ، هذا هو الكتاب بكل اختصار فيه كمية من التنظير بل وأحيانا يصل للتقعيد والتقنيين، ولان من طبيعة المرء أن لا يقبل التنظير إلا ممن يعرفه ويدرك إنجازاته، لذا فالكتاب لايناسب [...]


    • أورهان باموق في ألوانه الأخرىمؤلف ضمني يسخر من كونديرا ويتخلص من الكتب ويبحث عن قصص لم ترو بعد( الأفكار التي تهرب ، أريد أن أكتبها ، أكتب عوضا عن ضياعها مني ) أراد ( باسكال ) إذن أن يعطيني جملة يمكن لصقها على الصندوق الكبير الذي يحوي الأفكار والمقاطع المتزايدة عبر سنوات الكتاب [...]


    • Really, I can’t believe this guy won the Nobel Prize. Let me swiftly qualify this to say Pamuk won the Big Prize for novels, and this is not a novel, and I have not read any of his novels, so I am being grossly unfair here. Until I have read a novel or two I will withdraw my Nobel Prize dismay. As for the book at had, how shall I start? These are autobiographical, literary, and current events essays. Most of them are very short, just a couple-three pages or so. Despite promising moments, most [...]


    • أقترح لمن أراد ان يقرأ (ألوان أخرى) أن يباشر به بعد الإطلاع على أعمال أورهان باموق الرئيسية، أن يقرأ تلك الروايات جيدا، وغالباً سيُصنّف أورهان واحداً من الكتّاب المفضلين، وعندها سيكتسب هذا الكتاب فتنة مُضاعَفة.يكتب (عندما أقرأ دستويفسكي، فإن ذلك لأنني أريد أن يذكرني بأنه، م [...]


    • قريبا ان شاء الله .* حجمه كبيرا نوعا ما *أعده من أقرب الكتب لنفسي. *أجلت كتابة المراجعة لشعوري بأني لن أكون منصفة بحق الكتاب لأنه أعجبني جدا، وشعرت بالقرب الشديد من الكاتب و كتاباته . لكن يبدو أن هالته ذات الألوان الأخرى ستحيط بي لمدة طويلة.* الكتاب يحوي مجموعة من المقالات المتن [...]


    • Good literature. I hardly happen to like contemporary writers but Orhan writes straight from his soul. The first few essays were absolutely amazing but then it got more specific which was still alright, however, I wanted to read more of the stuff he started the book with.


    • بالإضافة إلى أنه روائي عظيم، هو كاتب مقالات خطير.ألوان أخرى، كتاب يكشف وجهاً آخر لهذا النوبلي، الوجه المتعلق بحياته، بعلاقته بالكتابة، بأسرته، وبوالده الذي مر على ذكره أكثر من مرة في هذا الكتاب.أما عن علاقته برواياته، فلها حكايات أخرى في هذا الكتب الممتع الذي أنصح بقراءته.


    • Sizi bilmiyorum ama ben çocukluğumdan beri düşündüğüm şeyler üzerine; sevdiğim insanların ve biraz daha kafam çalışmaya başladıktan sonra da, görüşlerinin zihnimi esneteceğine inandığım insanların, o konuyla ilgili ne düşündüğünü sorarım, sormak isterim. Orhan Pamuk ise birkaç yıldır fikrini sormak istediğim insanlar listesine ismini yazdırmış durumda. PEKİ BUNDAN ONUN HABERİ VAR MI ? :) Gelgelelim Kara Kitap'ın Sırları'nı okuduğumda "Satışlar ve [...]


    • Đại khái, anh Pamuk bắt chiếc Proust kiểu đi tìm kí ức đã qua, sau đú theo Dostoyevsky viết về cái ác và triết lý đặng giải mã con người. Tuy học đòi Borges sống trong “the library of Babel ”, nhưng Orhan lại đi hâm mộ Nabokov vì ảnh đã mòn mỏi tìm kiếm vẻ đẹp ngây thơ trong sáng vĩnh cữu (akak thật ra là hâm mộ Humbert với quả lạm dụng tình dục trẻ em thì đúng hơn) ha ha.Quyển này là tập h [...]


    • I took a long time to finally pull this book from my to-read pile. I was afraid Pamuk's essays would be too scholarly or didactic or that they weren't quite what I needed at the time. I was afraid of their sheer number of essays and that I would be reading something disjointed and trying. I was afraid they wouldn't live up to his fiction.What I found was an uncommonly generous spirit who brought his own thoughts to the table and opened up room for mine. Each of the short essays wove together int [...]


    • Writings on Life, Art, Books and CitiesThe Implied AuthorThis is a book made of ideas, images and fragments of life that have still not found their way into one of my novelsTo describe such epiphanies, such curious moments when truth is somehow illuminated, Virginia Woolf once used the term "moments of being"For this he needs paper, a pen, and the optimism of a child looking at the universe for the first timeTo talk about Istanbul, or to discuss my favorite books, authors and paintings, has for [...]


    • مجموعه مقالات، مقدمه ها و ريويوهاي اورهان پاموک درباره خودش و زندگی شخصيش، شهری که در آن زیسته، و کتاب هایی که خوانده و .این کتاب نویسنده ای با افکاری ژرف و جامعه الاطراف را ترسیم می کند، و می توان رد آثار داستانی پاموک را در صفحه صفحه این کتاب تشخیص داد.


    • A Resurrection of the Ordinary, November 1, 2007 "Pamuk has two enduring loves: books and Istanbul. Often they converge as his journeys through his hometown come to resemble excursions through memory itself." Pico Iyer I had the extraordinary good fortune to see and hear Orhan Pamuk speak at Dartmouth College about his life, his writing, his family and his books, on the first anniversary of his Noble Prize for Literature. Orhan Pamuk elicited total attention as he brought us from his education a [...]


    • هذه أول مرة أقرأ فيها للكاتب، تجربة جيدة في مجملها، وكتاب مثقف إلى حد كبير.الكتاب يجمع مقالات حول الكاتب وأسرته وعائلته ووطنه تركيا بأحداثه وسياساته ومحاولات علمانيته وتغريبه وما تبع ذلك من انقسامات فكرية واجتماعية، أيضاً يتحدث الكاتب عن قراءاته وتحليلاته ووجهات نظرة المت [...]


    • Other Colors: essays and a story=Öteki renkler, Orhan Pamuk (1952)عنوان: رنگهای دیگر: برگزیده نوشته ها و یک داستان؛ نویسنده: اورهان پاموک؛ ترجمه به انگلیسی: موربین فریلی؛ مترجم: علیرضا سلیمانی؛ مشخصات نشر: تهران، دات، 1392، در 554 ص، شابک: 9789648898477؛ موضوع: اورهان پاموک، کتاب و مواد خواندنی، برندگان جایزه نوبل [...]


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