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Even though I am interested in the Ottoman Empire and historical fiction, his style is so dry and descriptive that I permanently got bored. Karena novel ini berupa prosa panjang yang puitis, maka mungkin kalau dibaca bahasa aslinya baru terasa keindahan kalimat-kalimatnya.
Snow was selected as one of the best books of by The New York Times. As much as I admired the style, knowledge of the subject matter and portrayal of Ottoman culture, the offensiveness of the buggering and the longwinded, dry narrations about details of the ancient illustrations negated most of my positive feelings about this book.
I’ve spent quite a bit of time debating how to rate this book- more than once it nearly landed on my “May Numescc please bumesc these hours of my life back” shelf, mostly because it moves so, so slowly and because for me the detail that Pamuk puts into it turns into nothing more than tedium.
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Why this book was difficult for me: To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. The book is about traditional art forms art that copied the great masters and did not show any innovation compared to innovation and personal style being reflected in art. 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.
First of all, characters are the worst part of it. Part murder mystery, part love story, and part historical novel about the book-art in the ottoman empire One of the four makers of book is found murdered at the pit of well with cause of murder and murderer unknown, following another murder of the in charge of the whole work Enishte Effendi by the hands of same murderer in same manner, and a good pages wrap the further happenings.
The place of action is Istanbul, late 16th century, nu,esc Ottoman empire at its height. I enjoyed the first few hundred pages, then for some reason my interest waned halfway through the book.
On the one hand, nuesc could have been a gripping murder mystery.
Dupa ce am legat degraba piciorul de trup, am trasat, cu indrazneala, cu iuteala, cu nesat, doua linii arcuite despre care, daca le-ati fi vazut, ati fi spus: Why this book was wonderful: But while reading I more and more got the impression that Pamuk was talking about something else than just a debate amongst artistic rosy.
The second storyline revolves around the graceful Sjekure which is coveted by several men after her husband has been missing for four years. 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.
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View all 4 m. 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. The love story was not that interesting and I did not like Shekure, she was very manipulative and did not seem to know what she wanted.
Thanks for telling us about the problem. It could have been eosu much more but it wasn’t and njmesc may be the biggest tragedy of the entire thing. And this is a shame because the book touches on what I think is a fascinating discussion about art, style, artist workshops, cultural and religious relationships within art and the wider society. My rule of thumb is, if a bo I enjoyed the first few hundred pages, then for some reason my interest waned halfway through the book.
I’d read good reviews of this critically-acclaimed book, so I decided to pick it up. View all 36 comments. The premise is great, the story telling manner numesd also interesting i’ve never seen a story told like rodu beforeand it did keep me guessing and i almost guessed toobut the book is much too tedious. It was totally extra “color”. Ceea ce nu pricepem este strania neliniste in care se cufunda sufletul in asemenea clipe.
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I had the impression that the stories recounted over and over would be mundane in a comforting wayfamiliar and meaningful for people from that culture they weren’t for me.
Why this book was difficult for me: Moreover, the storyline around Sjekure really disappointed me: They feel like superficial, two-dimensional puppets more than psychologically complex human beings. I hardly continued to read that incredibly boring book.
Return to Book Page. I realised it was more philosophical in nature, exploring art and its place in Islam and the nature of love and all that.
Tapi saya d Karena novel ini berupa prosa panjang yang puitis, maka mungkin kalau dibaca bahasa aslinya baru terasa keindahan kalimat-kalimatnya. Maybe because they sit between East and West and end up with a fascinating mix of different cultures and ideas, maybe because they are both so long lasting, or maybe it is because they, like Rodney Dangerfield, don’t get no respect.
View all 3 comments. Particularly, since the book treated it like the young boys were being done a favor by being buggered by the much older miniaturists and Master Osman. It could have more clearly plumbed the depths of the artistic style dynamics that drove the action of the story without beating it into the ground.
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The main storyline is the discuss Pamuk has done his best ma numesc rosu bring the reader into confusion. Reading this was like eating roasted b Saying I liked it or didn’t like it doesn’t really capture the complexity of my experience with this book.
My Name Is Red is such a book.