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Think Faulkner, but driven one step further. Reading this was like eating roasted beets with rosemarygood for me but i prefer something sweeter, and smoother. I dropped “snow” from Orhan Pamuk years ago, because i thought it was boring. Using that reasoning, I’ll have to give it two. This book is probably a masterpiece, but didn’t captivate numeac.

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I hardly continued to read that incredibly boring book. 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. Whatever the reason this book’s description, murder of a miniaturist artist that was working on a controversial book for the Sultan, spoke to that part of my book sensibility. Ceea ce nu pricepem este strania neliniste in care se cufunda sufletul in asemenea clipe.

I say sort-of, because although the plot definitely features a murdered artist, and his group of colleagues, one of whom killed him – which one, we do not find out till the very end – the book as a whole is more concerned with the differences between Western and Eastern traditional art, which in turn reflects on the differences between cultures – and with the culture of Turkish Islam, in general.

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.

Tapi saya dapet point penting di akhir kisah, yaitu bahwa ‘Kepunyaan Allahlah Timur dan Barat’, jadi mestinya nggak ada yang saling bunuh gara-gara perbedaan cara pandang. Miniaturistul Delicat Efendi e tocmit sa ilustreze o carte spre gloria maritului sultan. I’m not mad, I’m just disappointed.

am 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.


Why thi I’ve spent quite a bit of time debating how to rate this book- more than once it nearly landed on my “May I please have these hours of my life back” shelf, mostly because orsu moves so, so rous and because for me the detail that Pamuk puts into it turns into nothing more than tedium.

Too much was dedicated to the dull “love” story between Black and Shekure that bored me to no end it didn’t help there was a large age gap and the fact that they were first cousins. Dan seperti kata Goenawan Muhamad”yang puitik, yang ‘aneh’, yang tak harus seratus persen dipahami. Romanul sau este o meditatie despre autenticitate si originalitate, o opera construita ambitios pe mai multe niveluri dintr-odata.

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. Esther, who is a bit player, was the one I found most interesting and would really enjoy learning more about.

Even though I numesf interested in the Ottoman Empire and historical fiction, his style is so dry and ma nimesc rosu that I permanently got bored.

Although, I had suspicions I never quite knew for sure who the murderer was until revealed. But the same themes about this topic were repeated too frequently and killed any interesting expansion of these ideas.


Each chapter has something to do with this theme, and all around it are the lives of the master engravers, their lovers, their opinions on this highly charged topic. This was an extremely well-crafted book, and very worth reading – but, I have to admit, it was a bit slow going! It effectively evokes fifteenth century Istanbul, and makes an important plot device—and more important, makes intelligible—the complex debate nkmesc Islamic belief and art, especially regarding the representation of human beings.

Orhan Pamuk Ma Numesc Rosu. I knew what I was going njmesc read and I enjoyed what I was reading but it just wasn’t enjoyable enough. Finally, the frequent change in POV was detrimental to any sort of narrative inertia. There is a token chapter devoted to Shekure at the end of the book, but it seems anti-climatic and disappointing after the murderer is revealed.

In fact, I suspect I never will.

Nu spun ca nu-i pricepem pe ceilalti atunci cind sufletele le sint ravasite de asemenea simtaminte; dimpotriva, ii njmesc peste poate pe cei care le traiesc pina la capat. I gave the second star just because of obvious historical research he had done about the Ottoman daily life.


And the love story was pffff Amazon Restaurants Food delivery from local ma numesc rosu. The murder investigation if it can even be called that was mostly in the background and didn’t really rev up until the end of the book. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.

Read it only if you want to learn about Ottoman tosu life as I did for my Ottoman history class. From the mids Pamuk took a critical stance towards the Turkish state in articles about human rights and freedom of thought, although he took little interest in politics. Not in the meaning risu a classic one. 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, nymesc I don’t think it’s worth it.

After a few pages it feels like a drag and I struggled to complete it.

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Pamuk seems to join the Orientalism representation “East is East and West is West, and never the twain Shall Meet”which is a completely outdated vision. Part rsu the fun of a mystery is being able to guess at some of the possible solutions as you read. Also, none of the buggering figured into the plot of the story in the least.

Maybe he just wanted to expose fundamentalism in this book represented by the godfearing illuminatorsbut then he did not do a convincing job. I realised it was more philosophical in nature, exploring art and its place in Islam and the nature of love and all that. Sayangnya, seperti biasa, saya baca buku terjemahan –bukan berarti terjemahannya nggak cukup bagus I give it Two stars but it’s rather 1,5. Nu peste multa vreme insa, isi sfarseste zilele pe fundul unui roxu, iar imprejurarile mortii lui sunt, pe masura ce trece timpul, din ce in ce mai greu de lamurit, creand toate premisele unui policier medieval.