Öteki Renkler

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  • Paperback
  • 440 pages
  • Öteki Renkler
  • Orhan Pamuk
  • Turkish
  • 13 February 2018
  • 9754707650

About the Author: Orhan Pamuk

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10 thoughts on “Öteki Renkler

  1. Ahmad Sharabiani says:

    Oteki renkler Other Colors essays and a story, Orhan Pamuk In the three decades that Nobel prize winning author Orhan Pamuk has devoted himself to writing fiction, he has also produced scores of witty, moving, and provocative essays and articles He engages the work of Nabokov, Kundera, Rushdie, and Vargas Llosa, among others, and he discusses his own books and writing process We also learn how he lives, as he recounts his successful struggle to quit smoking, describes his relationship with O teki renkler Other Colors essays and a story, Orhan Pamuk In the three decades that Nobel prize winning author Orhan Pamuk has devoted himself to writing fiction, he has also produced scores of witty, moving, and provocative essays and articles He engages the work of Nabokov, Kundera, Rushdie, and Vargas Llosa, among others, and he discusses his own books and writing process We also learn how he li...

  2. Pamela says:

    Other Colors, though a collection of short essays, is almostsatisfying 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 ha Other Colors, though a collection of short essays, is almostsatisfying 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 per...

  3. Nazish says:

    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 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 thoughts while he was busy writing up long protracted novels.After reading Snow, this book left an indelible imprint on me about the author Other Colours completed the tout ensemble of a visage of an author who is now muchpersonal to me than just a Nobel Prize winner The book compiles up essays written by Pamuk on Turkey s 1999 earthquake, his ...

  4. Ayu Palar says:

    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, they ar 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, they are easy to digest Being a Turk, Pamuk lives and is trapped between two world, the East and the West This identity crisis topic often appears in his essays Pamuk might be raised in a secular Westernized environment, yet it did not make him despise his roots In fac...

  5. Irwan says:

    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 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 and himself as a writer Without pretending to be like him, I think I share many personal symptoms he describes such as in order to be happy I must have my daily dose of literature , a tendency or his word ability to forget the world in the way a child does, to ...

  6. Muhammad Arqum says:

    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 gotspecific which was still alright, however, I wanted to readof the stuff he started the book with.

  7. M. D. Hudson says:

    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 of 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 of them have a disposable journalism feel to them, like hack book r...

  8. Isla McKetta says:

    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 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 essay...

  9. Farhan Khalid says:

    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 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 me always an excuse to talk about my lifeMy true vocation, the thing that binds me to life, is writing novelsIn order to be happy I must have my daily dose of literatureFor thirty years I have spent an average of ten hours a day alone in a room to write Days are specially difficult when you don t do any writingThe real hun...

  10. Pris robichaud says:

    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 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 as an architect to a realization that his life was in writing His life was not complete without books, paper and pen, and he spoke emotionally about his writing life It keeps me sane , he said There you have it In this day and age of stress and strain, as he said I feel as if I have two souls, sort of schizophrenic I understand this completely after reading his book Other Colors Like his country, Turkey, he is caught between two continents Asia and Europe He sits at his desk looking...