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FREE DOWNLOAD ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook é Orhan Pamuk DOWNLOAD æ Benim Adım Kırmızı Orhan Pamuk é 0 DOWNLOAD Remio internacional IMPAC de Irlanda los tres por Me llamo Rojo En 2005 recibió el Premio de la Paz de los libreros alemanes Con la publicación de Nieve novela por la ue en 2006 fue galardonado con el Prix Médicis Étranger y ue aborda el tema de la confrontación entre la cultura occidental y la oriental Orhan Pamuk pasó a ser objetivo predilecto de los ataues de la prensa nacionalista turca Con la obtención del premio Nobel de Literatura en 2006 se consolidó definitivamente su proyección internacional y sus libros ya se han traducido a más de cuarenta idiom. My fickle heart longs for the West when I m in the East and for the East when I m in the WestMy other parts insist I be a woman when I m a man and a man when I m a womanHow difficult it is being human even worse is living a human s lifeI only want to amuse myself frontside and backside to be Eastern and Western bothThis is Pamuk s enduring never ending obsession He s written fiction and non fiction journal articles and newspaper bites and given endless interviews on this theme He s even been thrown in jail and put on trial for the identity he has chosen He s won the Nobel Prize in Literature for his commitment to expressing his deeply divided mind and spirit and that at least he and many others believe of his country Turkey I apologize in advance if this ends up being something of a ramble through the literary bramble but I can only say that that would mirror the experience of reading this book My Name is Red will tell you that it is a murder mystery set in 16th century Istanbul under the rule of the Sultan But it will also tell you that it is about many other things each of which changes ephermerally by the moment The atmosphere of the story digs a little bit into Garcia Maruez s garden but storytelling would never be mistaken for his Each chapter is told by a different voice some of which are plausible members of a storytelling round and some of which would really only belong in that category if you were on acid but they all seem about eually credible due to the fact that nobody is really credible so one might as well be fiction or myth as fact For instance we hear from the voices of the drawing of a horse the fake voice of a woman who is actually a man a gold piece and the color red It is ethereal elusive and there isn t one incarnation of the mind that can be trusted here Don t fall into the trap of assuming that what you read has anything to do with anything other than the particular pyschology of the moment Pamuk is a master of depicting the every day track of a mind and how unreliable each feeling of a moment is how everything important is changed by the fact that one just happens to feel hungry at a particular moment or desperately horny at another It is an absolute masterwork of insight on the psychology of a particular people at a particular time and all the various reasons why they are that way and yet he is able to make them as relatable as possible through it all What struck me the most throughout the entire book was how terrified it seemed that Pamuk was of missing something While other authors might be striving to become masters of literature masters of form I think Pamuk wished that he could be nothing so much as a master of tapestry making I think he would die happy if he could have given this book to the theoretical Weaver in the sky and gotten it back as a divine scrap of worked fabric There are lists upon lists upon lists of endless things that go on for pages only to stop and start up once again As a part of his contradictory feelings towards the West in a culture whose stories and traditions often originated in the East although he longs for the West he s terrified just as his characters are that everything they know from the East will disappear It seems like he can t stop himself there s some sort of driving fear if he doesn t list everything about history and culture and myth and repeat all the stories again and again to make sure we remember what they are it will be gone forever His expression of ambivalence towards Western culture perfectly expresses the mindset of illuminators in 16th century Istanbul terrified that their entire lives are about to become irrelevantThe other absorbing fascinating and horrifying thing was how well Pamuk illustrates the idea that absolutely nobody speaks with their own voice both through his painters constrained by centuries of adherance to a perfect style that some random master brought out of Baghdad that depicts the perspective of Allah It is considered heresy and a fault to have a style and signatures are furitively hidden away as much as possible the idea that blindness is the ideal to be obtained for these artists is just heartbreaking at least to someone coming at it from a Western perspective where seeing painters deliberately rob themselves of their sight their most precious commodity over and over again in the course of obtaining a meaningless idea of perfection that is not their own The murderer throughout this book strives endlessly to hide himself by speaking in a voice that does not at all resemble how we see him in other places The majority of people who are speaking a themselves tell stories in order to express their feelings in fact at the beginning all the suspected illuminators speak almost entirely in story form in order to answer any important uestion on any philosophical religious or even personal topic Expressing one s feelings just isn t done One doesn t go up to the pretty boy one would like to fuck and tell him so one tells him a parable about a gorgeous boy in order to show your admiration for him Much as the pictures are seen as the perspective of Allah it seems that there is only one way to speak too in the words of Allah or those stories which are sanctioned by the authorities as legitimate the authority of Allah on earth It was the ultimate tragedy of the book from the Western perspective and the ultimate triumph of the book from the accepted ides of the time all of these de individualized people as much as can be done or denied or pushed from sight striving towards the goal of seeing as Allah does ever in the correct wayBut everyone recognizes the end of the Eastern way of life coming from the West in the guise of the Venetian ways that everyone will want to slavishly follow in the future ways which reactionary preachers and religious people are protesting against before they ve even made serious headway trying to keep their way of life pure But the rest of the book poitns out again and again that there is no way that the culture of the Ottoman Empire was pure in any way no constantly conuering culture with a large army and a long reach could ever be No autocratic society that entailed artisans craftsman and soldiers to pick up and serve someone else once their lord was defeated if they weren t killed out right could develop in isolation without any influence from the outside He shows globalization already happening back in the 16th century and how deep the effects penetrate then and nowI loved his Istanbul for his brilliant evocation of identity living with a burdensome past and an uncertain future for its poetry and its memory My Name is Red accomplishes much the same thing with magic but just enough dirt to bring it right straight home where it belongs in 2009

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FREE DOWNLOAD ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook é Orhan Pamuk DOWNLOAD æ Benim Adım Kırmızı Orhan Pamuk é 0 DOWNLOAD El Sultán ha pedido a los artistas más reputados del país un gran libro ue celebre las glorias de su reino Su tarea será iluminar esa obra al estilo europeo Pero como el arte figurativo puede ser considerado una ofensa al Islam el encargo se convierte a todas luces en una proposición peligrosa La élite gobernante no debe conocer el alcance ni la naturaleza de ese proyecto y el pánico estalla cuando uno de los miniaturistas desaparece La única pista para resolver el misterio ¿uizá un crimen reside en las miniaturas inacabadas Me llamo rojo es un viaje caleid. This book is as much about art as it is a historical novel First the novel A tale of miniaturist painters in Istanbul during the late 1500 s The deceased master s daughter is in a religious and political limbo her soldier husband has been missing for four years but with no body and no witnesses to his death she can t get a divorce and move on with her life She wants to find a new husband and a father for her two young boys and get away from the amorous intentions of her husband s brother And there s a murder mysteryEnter a man called Black an administrator of sorts who has returned to town after twelve years in distant lands He still carries a torch for the beautiful widow from his days as a youth Can he find her father s killer keep the brother in law at bay help her get a legal divorce and win her hand in marriage Along the way we have blended into the text what are really mini essays about horses dogs in the Koran what it s like to be a murderer Satan the path of a counterfeit coin etcAt least half of this lengthy work is about art I say lengthy because the 500 page paperback I read was tiny type so this is a 700 or 800 page book in normal font Miniaturist painting was imported into the Ottoman Empire from Persia Most of the painting was done as pictures in books and to illustrate the borders of pages of books accompanied by elaborate calligraphy Think of the Irish monks manuscripts such as the Book of Kells Ottoman miniaturist painting was highly stylized Pictures were drawn from the viewpoint of Allah from the top of a minaret and did not use what the West thinks of as true perspective Armies lined up symmetrically in battle scenes horses always had the same foreleg raised a finger placed in a mouth always represented surprise In accordance with religious concerns about idolatry faces were generic not individualized Who would dare place an identifiable individual at the center of a painting Man can copy only Allah can create The painter tried to portray the ideal horse or chair as Allah created it think Plato s ideal chair not the individual variant before them Is individuality expressed by a traditional miniaturist painter style or a flaw Does it offend God Compare all this to the European masters at the time such as da Vinci Michelangelo Raphael the Turks called them the Venetians So a lot of the book is about East meets West in the art world All in all an excellent book from the Nobel Prize winning Pamuk The story kept my interest and I enjoyed learning about Ottoman art even when the sections where the miniaturists talked about the philosophy behind painting got repetitive at times

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