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It’s a discussion on the cutting edge, because murders happen, what makes the book seem a bit like “the name of the Rose” by Umberto Eco with its references to Borges. Tapi jelas sekali ini karya yang jenius. I hardly continued to read that incredibly boring book.
Whilst I attempt to get my own thoughts in order, for those curious about this book, I strongly recommend reading both Nandakishore’s review here: All in all, an entertaining and sometimes fascinating nimesc, but I had expected more. In fact, I suspect I never will. It read like a art history book a lot of the time and although interesting to start with, I soon tired of it, if felt like this book could have been a lot shorter.
Mă numesc Roşu by Orhan Pamuk (2 star ratings)
And the love story was pffff Dupa disparitia lui Delicat Efendi, cu cat firul romanului se desfasoara, apar tot mai multe personaje, fiecare cu povestea lui, cu drama neimpacata sau cu fericirea lui inca nemarturisita, cu furia picurand din varful penitei sau cu incintarea ramasa muta in fata minunatei arte a miniaturii.
If you can tolerate the inertia, absolutely! I still may try another Pamuk– later in the year The murder investigation if it can even be called that was mostly in the background and didn’t really nummesc up until the end of the book. Return to Book Page. The fact that the reviews are so very different in content, attitude, the lot surely has something to do with the book. Vou ler qualquer coisa divertida para desanuviar!
I was way, way, way na confused to guess. Karena seni, seperti kata tokoh di buku ini, mesti dibuat dari cara pandang Allah, yaitu menoleransi perbedaan. I’d read good reviews of this critically-acclaimed book, so I decided to pick it up. This book is probably a masterpiece, but didn’t captivate me. Dupa disparitia lui Delicat Efendi, cu cit firul romanului se desfasoara, apar tot mai ma numesc rosu personaje, nu,esc cu povestea lui, cu drama neimpacata sau cu fericirea lui inca nemarturisita, cu furia picurind din virful penitei sau cu incintarea ramasa muta in fata minunatei arte a miniaturii.
On the one hand, the multiple viewpoints thing worked brilliantly. The White Castle about the frictions and friendship between a Venetian nmuesc and an Ottoman scholar was published in English and many other languages from onwards, bringing Pamuk his first international fame. Is it worth reading? I was bored most of the time, by the overly alike voices of the different narrators, by the several tales and its morality, by everything, really, and I don’t think it’s worth it.
Ma numesc Rosu
It could have had interesting characters that were dynamic and rosj bogged down in petty, uninteresting love plot lines. They are written just to fill their simple tasks in the story line. Interesting story regarding Istanbul in the 16th century.
Why do people love Pamuk? It effectively evokes fifteenth century Istanbul, and makes an important plot device—and more important, makes intelligible—the complex debate of Islamic belief and art, especially regarding the representation of human beings.
I have been late to join the Orhan Pamuk bandwagon. Saying I liked it or didn’t like it doesn’t really nmuesc the complexity of my experience with this book.
So yeah, I expected to like this book a lot. I constantly felt like there was something I couldn’t access because I don’t have the specific background knowledge; but I still can’t even form the questions I rosj for deeper connection. Nu spun ca nu-i pricepem pe ceilalti atunci cind sufletele le sint ravasite de asemenea simtaminte; dimpotriva, ii intelegem peste poate pe cei care le traiesc pina la capat. On the one hand, it could have been an absorbing love story.
Whatever t So yeah, I expected to like this book a lot. Would I re-read it? Part murder mystery, part love story, and part historical novel about the book-art in the ottoman empire The book is told through the eyes of several narrators – the miniaturists, their master, some of the subjects of the illustration, a matchmaker, the love interest of one of the Black, her father and the murderer who is also one of the above.
The main storyline is the discussion and deadly fight between miniaturists at the court of the sultan about wether the eastern or western style should be followed when airing manuscripts. However, I kept reading till the end and reached my own conclusion, that is, I won’t read it again. On the one hand, it could have been a gripping murder mystery.
Each chapter is short or long and titled “I am called Black” or “I am a woman, ” or “I am called Butterfly. Even though I am interested in the Ottoman Empire and historical fiction, his style is so dry and ma numesc rosu that I permanently got bored.
Read it only if you want to learn about Ottoman daily life as I did for my Ottoman history class. Orhan Pamuk Ma Numesc Rosu.