Global Perspectives on Orhan Pamuk

Global Perspectives on Orhan Pamuk Author M. Afridi
ISBN-10 9781137039545
Release 2012-05-07
Pages 206
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Explores existential and political themes in Orhan Pamuk's work and investigates the apparent contradictions in an arena where Islam and democracy are often seen as opposing and irreconcilable terms. Existential themes delve into literary nuances in Pamuk that discuss love, happiness, suffering, memory and death.



Kafamda Bir Tuhaflik

Kafamda Bir Tuhaflik Author Orhan Pamuk
ISBN-10 9750830881
Release 2014-12-01
Pages 480
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Ta bina ve di erleri

Ta   bina ve di  erleri Author Aslı Erdoğan
ISBN-10 975289593X
Release 2009-01-01
Pages 134
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Orhan Pamuk Secularism and Blasphemy

Orhan Pamuk  Secularism and Blasphemy Author Erdag Goknar
ISBN-10 9780415505376
Release 2013
Pages 314
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Orhan Pamuk, Secularism and Blasphemy is the first critical study of all of Pamuk's novels, including the early untranslated work. In 2005 Orhan Pamuk was charged with "insulting Turkishness" under Article 301 of the Turkish penal code. Eighteen months later he was awarded the Nobel Prize. After decades of criticism for wielding a depoliticized pen, Pamuk was cast as a dissident through his trial, an event that underscored his transformation from national literateur to global author. By contextualizing Pamuk's fiction into the Turkish tradition and by defining the literary and political intersections of his work, Orhan Pamuk, Secularism and Blasphemy rereads Pamuk's dissidence as a factor of the form of his novels. This is not a traditional study of literature, but a book that turns to literature to ask larger questions about recent transformations in Turkish history, identity, modernity, and collective memory. As a corrective to common misreadings of Pamuk's work in its international reception, Orhan Pamuk, Secularism and Blasphemy applies various analytical lenses to the politics of the Turkish novel, including gender studies, cultural translation, historiography, and Islam. The book argues that modern literature that confronts representations of the nation-state, or devlet, with those of Ottoman, Islamic, and Sufi contexts, or din, constitute "secular blasphemies" that redefine the politics of the Turkish novel. Concluding with a meditation on conditions of "untranslatability" in Turkish literature, this study provides a comprehensive and critical analysis of Pamuk's novels to date.



Don Ki ot tan Bug ne Roman

Don Ki  ot  tan Bug  ne Roman Author Jale Parla
ISBN-10 9789750512162
Release
Pages 389
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Türk ve dünya edebiyatının en önemli yazarları ve kaleme aldığı unutulmaz metinleri arasında keyifli bir yolculuğa çıkmak ister misiniz? Bu eşsiz yolculukta size roman geleneğinin atası kabul edilen Cervantes’ten başlayarak, Batı romanına adını yazdıran Laurence Sterne, Denis Diderot, Henry Fielding, Emily Bronté, Charles Dickens, Joseph Conrad, James Joyce, Alain Robbe-Grillet, Italo Calvino gibi yazarlar eşlik edecek; bu gezinin Türkiye etabında ise rehberleriniz Ahmet Mithat, Ahmet Hamdi Tanpınar, Oğuz Atay, Adalet Ağaoğlu, Latife Tekin ve Orhan Pamuk gibi usta kalemler olacak. Jale Parla’nın yaklaşık on yılını verdiği bu çalışma, bir yandan Don Kişot’tan bugüne kadar roman sanatının geçirdiği aşamaları ve Cervantes’in romana etkilerini incelerken, öte yandan romanı anlatı kuramı içine yerleştiriyor ve dünya romanının önemli yazarlarının yapıtlarını karşılaştırmalı olarak inceliyor. Jale Parla, edebiyat sosyoloji yaklaşımıyla kaleme aldığı çalışmasında, bir roman okumasına eşlik etmenin çok ötesinde, roman sanatı ve tarihi üzerine kapsamlı ve titiz bir araştırmacı kimlik de sergiliyor. Bu öncü çalışmanın önemli bir katkısı , “yazar”, “yaratı”, “dil”, “okur” ve “zaman” kavramları üstüne roman sanatının doğuşundan bugüne dek sürdürülen tartışmalara getirilen yeni boyutlar. Kitabın öne çıkan özelliklerinden biri de dili; asla teorik metinlerin kuruluğuna düşmeyen anlatımı, bir roman tadında okunabiliyor. Don Kişot’tan Bugüne Roman, ister okur olsun isterse yazar, romanla uzaktan yakından ilişkisi olan herkesin okuması, hatta başucunda bulundurması gereken bir kitap.



Beyaz kale

Beyaz kale Author Orhan Pamuk
ISBN-10 9754704546
Release 1994
Pages 199
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How to Read World Literature

How to Read World Literature Author David Damrosch
ISBN-10 9781444356793
Release 2011-09-23
Pages 152
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How to Read World Literature addresses the unique challenges faced by a reader confronting foreign literature. Accessible and enlightening, Damrosch offers readers the tools to navigate works as varied as Homer, Sophocles, Kalidasa, Du Fu, Dante, Murasaki, Moliere, Kafka, Soyinka, and Walcott. Offers a unique set of "modes of entry” for readers encountering foreign literature Provides readers with the tools to think creatively and systematically about key issues such as reading across time and cultures, reading translated works, and emerging global perspectives Covers a wide variety of genres, from lyric and epic poetry to drama and prose fiction and discusses how these forms have been used in different eras and cultures



The New Orientalists

The New Orientalists Author Ian Almond
ISBN-10 9780857730930
Release 2007-07-20
Pages 256
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The west’s Orientalism, its construction of an Arabic and Islamic ‘Other’, has been exposed, examined and expurgated under the critical theory microscope. At the same time postmodern thinkers from Nietzsche onwards have employed the motifs and symbols of the Islamic Orient within an ongoing critique of western modernity, an appropriation which - this hugely controversial book argues - runs every risk of becoming a new and more insidious branch of Orientalism. Examining the work of Nietzsche, Jacques Derrida, Michel Foucault, Jean Baudrillard, Julia Kristeva and Slavoj Zizek and of postmodern writers from Borges to Salman Rushdie and Orhan Pamuk, Ian Almond also draws on Muslim thinkers including Akbar S. Ahmed and Bobby S. Sayyid in this rigorous yet provocative book to expose the implications of this ‘use’ of Islam for both the postmodern project and for Islam itself. In light of the current climate of fear and hysteria about the Islamic world, The New Orientalists could hardly be more timely.



Poetika dersleri

Poetika dersleri Author M. Orhan Okay
ISBN-10 9758988093
Release 2004
Pages 215
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Turkish poetry; 20th century; history and criticism.



Shoah Through Muslim Eyes

Shoah Through Muslim Eyes Author Mehnaz M. Afridi
ISBN-10 1618113712
Release 2017
Pages 233
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This volume discusses a Muslim's perspective on the Holocaust and antisemitism. It offers an honest and comprehensive interpretation of Jewish-Muslim relations in contemporary times. Afridi brings to light the enormity of the Holocaust for the world and in particular the Muslim reader.



The Japan Foundation Newsletter

The Japan Foundation Newsletter Author
ISBN-10 UCSD:31822034841965
Release 2004
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New Perspectives on Turkey

New Perspectives on Turkey Author
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105133515986
Release 2007
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Asia Pacific Perspectives Japan

Asia Pacific Perspectives  Japan  Author
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105131527967
Release 2006
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Global Encounters in the World of Art

Global Encounters in the World of Art Author Ria Lavrijsen
ISBN-10 UOM:39015050493041
Release 1998
Pages 168
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When people in the West refer to the art of Africa, Asia, the Caribbean, Latin America, and the Arab world, they often think of traditional art forms. However -- though it is important for traditions to be known, preserved, respected, and passed on -- it is not only in Western cultures that dynamic processes of change and innovation in art have taken place. Global Encounters in the World of Art presents the ideas of artists, curators, and scholars who consider the visual and performing arts, literature, and film in many cultures.



Saf ve d nceli romanc

Saf ve d      nceli romanc  Author Orhan Pamuk
ISBN-10 9750509404
Release 2011
Pages 153
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In these essays, based on the author's Charles Eliot Norton lectures from 2009 at Harvard University, Orhan Pamuk examines the relationship between author and reader, discusses the distinction between "naive" and "sentimental" writing, and considers the fundamental elements of a novel--character, plot, time, setting--that tie a reader to a fictional world.



Teaching world literature

Teaching world literature Author David Damrosch
ISBN-10 1603290346
Release 2009-01
Pages 432
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This is an exciting, and unsettling, time to be teaching world literature, writes David Damrosch. Because the range of works taught in world literature courses has expanded enormously, both historically and geographically, the task of selection--and of teacher preparation--has grown more challenging. Teachers of this field must grapple with such issues as coverage, cultural difference, and the role of translation in the classroom. Should one emphasize masterpieces or traditions, concepts or themes? How does one avoid making a work bear the burden of representing an entire tradition? To what extent should anthologies be used? Can a course be global in scope and yet focus on a few works, authors, moments?This collection of thirty-two essays in the MLA series Options for Teaching offers an array of solutions to these challenges, reflecting the wide variety of institutions, courses, and students described by the contributors. An annotated bibliography is provided, with a listing of useful Web sites.



Modern Greece

Modern Greece Author Vangelis Calotychos
ISBN-10 UVA:X004743400
Release 2003
Pages 334
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The glorious, classical legacy of Greece is universally revered. But this legacy has come at a price. How will Greece ever move beyond its ties with the past? Is there such a thing as modern Greece? This book is the first to present an alternative cultural history of Greece. Beginning with the growth of Greece as a nation-state through to the present, it shows how modern Greece has long been undervalued and neglected. From the compositional process of the first National Poet to the first feminist text, the first sustained Marxist treatise of Greek society to the Athens subway system, this groundbreaking book brings together a fascinating mix of literary texts, maps and aspects of material culture to uncover the identity of modern Greece. In considering these rich cultural landmarks, Calotychos argues that a new relationship with the past must be forged if Greek literature, culture and society are to be truly part of the present and meet the challenges of modernity.Modern Greece: A Cultural Poetics fills a major gap. Its refreshing approach provides an original insight into the everyday, lived experience of Greece. The intriguing range of case studies, the historical depth, and the engagement with cultural and literary theory will be of great value to literature students, cultural theorists, anthropologists, philologists and historians alike.