محمد الصقر

محمد الصقر

Yaşar Kemal احسان سركيس / Jun 25, 2019

  • Title: محمد الصقر
  • Author: Yaşar Kemal احسان سركيس
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      • Yaşar Kemal احسان سركيس

        Ya ar Kemal was born as Kemal Sad k G k eli in 1926 in the Hemite village of Kadirli, Osmaniye, where his family, originally from the village of Ernis present day nseli near Lake Van, had settled after a long period of immigration caused by the Russian occupation during World War I The year of his birth is recognized as 1923 in some biographies After having left secondary school in his final year, he worked as a farmhand scribe, chief farmhand, substitute teacher, library officer, truck driver, and paddy inspector In the early 1940s, he came into contact with leftist artists and writers such as Pertev Naili Boratav, Abidin Dino, and Arif Dino he was imprisoned for political reasons for the first time when he was 17 years old In 1943, Kemal published his first book A tlar Ballads , a compilation of folkloric themes After completing his military service, he traveled to stanbul in 1946 and worked as a gas control inspector at the French Gas Company In 1948, he returned to Kadirli and worked for some time as a paddy inspector and later as letter writer for illiterate citizens He was arrested in 1950 for allegedly propagating Communism and served time at the Kozan Penitentiary After his release in 1951, he went back to stanbul and worked at Cumhuriyet newspaper between 1951 and 1963 as a short feature and interview writer under the penname Ya ar Kemal Meanwhile, he published his first book of short stories Sar S cak Yellow Heat in 1952 and nce Memed Memed, My Hawk , which has been translated into than forty languages, in 1955 In 1962, he joined the Worker s Party in which he served as member of the executive board and member of the central executive board He was prosecuted a number of times due to his writings and political activities He was among the cofounders of the weekly political magazine Ant in 1967 He participated in the creation of the Writers Trade Union of Turkey in 1973 and served as its first chairman in 1974 75 He was also the first president of the PEN Writer s Association founded in 1988 Due to an article he published in Der Spiegel in 1995, he was tried at the State Security Court of stanbul and was acquitted The same year he was sentenced to prison for 1 year and 8 months for an article he published in Index on Censorship, but his sentence was postponed With his amazing imagination, grasp of the inner depths of the human soul, and lyrical narrative, Ya ar Kemal became one of the leading name not only of Turkish literature, but of world literature as well Translated into than forty languages, Ya ar Kemal is the recipient of many awards in Turkey and than twenty international awards including Prix mondial Cino del Duca, Commandeur de la L gion d Honneur de France, Commandeur des Arts et des Lettres of the French Ministry of Culture, Grand Officier de la L gion d Honneur de France, Premi Internacional Catalu a, Peace Prize of the German Book Trade, as well as seven honorary doctorates five in Turkey and two abroad The last award Kemal received was the Bj rnson Prize given by the Norwegian Academy of Literature and Freedom of Expression Bj rnson Academy on November 9, 2013 Ya ar Kemal died in stanbul on February 28, 2015.


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    1. Memed, My Hawk (İnce Memed, #1), Yaşar Kemal عنوان: اینجه ممد؛ نویسنده: یاشار کمال؛ مترجم: ثمین باغچه بان؛ تهران، کتاب زمان، 1353؛ در 515 ص؛ چاپ سوم: امیرکبیر، زمان، 1357؛ چاپ دیگر: تهران، ابتکار، 1362؛ در 515 ص؛ موضوع: داستانهای نویسندگان ترکیه -ئ قرن 20 ممترجم: امیر اسماعیلی؛ تهران، نشر اروند، 1362؛ در 216 ص؛ [...]


    2. امروز بعد چندروز فهمیدم یاشار کمال در 9 اسفند درگذشته است دیشب یاد کتاباش افتاده بودم و قهرمان هایی که از بین آدمهایی معمولی و فقیر بر میخیزند: اینجه ممد و چاووش و احمد و علی اوزون شنیدن خبر مرگ نویسنده محبوبت،حس عجیبی دارهبا افکارش زندگی کردی و دنیا رو با چشمای اون تماشا کردیو [...]


    3. One of my criteria for rating a piece of fiction is this: Would I, or have I read it more than once. No matter how good, I almost never watch a movie more than once. But some books, I come back to over and over. This is such a book. I have read it several times. For me it is always entertaining and moving. Set in Turkey, and written by a Noble Prize nominee, it is a kind of Robin Hood saga. I tell all my students that if they wish to understand the prophetic passion for social justice that is to [...]


    4. I'm a native speaker of the language in which this wonderful work of literature is written-Turkish.After reading the comments on the book here,I've started to think of reading it in English too because I've always thought its English translation could not possibly match its original version since cultural elements are a dominant part of the books.I see that I'm wrong,though and I'm glad for it.I strongly recommend the whole series composed of 4 books,which shows Yaşar Kemal's extraordinary tale [...]


    5. Yashar Kemal is probably the best known author from that most admirable of Middle-Eastern peoples: The Kurds. His Memed, My Hawk is a folk tale of injustice by a cruel landlord turning a young farmer's son to brigandage. At the same time he is a brigand, he is scrupulously justice, especially when dealing with the poor and the innocent. "Slim Memed," as he is called, is a hero created by an author who doesn't believe in heroes. In his introduction to the New York Review Books edition, Kemal writ [...]


    6. کتاب لاغر و کوچکی بود ، درست مثل اینجه ممدبرگ های خسته و کاهی رنگی داشت و یک روز که در مرکز تبادل کتاب* به دنبال تکمیل لیست want to readبودم ، روی یکی از قفسه ها در انتظار من نشسته بود.از داستان هایی که ندایی از عدالت و حق جویی درون قلبشان می تپد لذت می برماز انسان هایی مثل ممد که حتی اگ [...]


    7. Her ne kadar Yaşar Kemal bu seriyi pek beğenmese de (bunu bir röportajında söylemiş ve ince memed'i yalnızca para kazanmak için yazdığını belirtmiştir) biz seviyoruz. Dönemini, yöreyi, yöre insanını ve kültürünü en iyi anlatan kitaplardan biri. O kadar karakteri yaşamak ve onların ruh halini bu denli ustalıkla aktarmak için ya şizofren ya da Yaşar Kemal olmak gerekirdi sanıyorum. Kitap bilindiği üzere 4 cilttir. Her cildin arkasında İnce Memed'in, bu bölümde ki [...]


    8. Wayyyyyyyyyy longer than it needed to be! and it was only book 1 of 4!!!! by the 200 page mark I already gave up on the narrative. It is of important historical significance, especially to Kurdish people, BUT for someone estranged with the geography and the political climate, it drags on without any apparent purpose.


    9. I already had this checked out from the library for my ongoing reading of Turkish literature when I came across a mention of the author in The Great Railway Bazaar by Paul Theroux. I've had a great many reading coincidences lately!It isn't surprising that this book was originally published in serial form. It has the distinct feel of sections, with repetition that would have been unnecessary if it had originally been one volume. Those repetitions were tiring to this reader, and I have the same be [...]


    10. Yashar Kemal is able to evoke the arid, yet effervescent, land of Taurus; from the ebullient sunsets to the incandescent moon-light, to the pellucid mountain slopes and parched plains or the baleful lives of the peasantry who struggle to survive beneath the oppression of feudalism, all of this is conjured up within the poetry of Kemal's prose.The central character-aside from the protagonist Memed, is the country in which the story is set. Kemal. Desolate, yet beautiful, Kemal captures the decidu [...]


    11. There's something about Turkish literature that speaks to me, and this book is no exception. Written in Turkish by Yasar Kemal, the book was originally published in 1955 and translated into English and several other languages since then. The novel follows the life of Memed, from his harsh young life in a poor village, losing his father, toiling day and night for the cruel local agha, subsequent attempts at escapes and then transition into a roving brigand, the story touches the heart and and spe [...]



    12. İnce Memed Şahinim! Yaşar Kemal'in betimleme gücü ve usta kalemi sayesinde Çukurova'nın sıcağını, Dikenlidüzü'nün insanın dizlerini parçalayan çakırdikenlerini, aç gözlü ama 'dindar' (!) Abdi Ağa'ya duyulan korkuyla karışık nefreti, Hatçe'nin sevgisini, Iraz ana'nın fedakarlığını, haksızlığı, köylülerin adalet arayışını ve İnce Memed'in savaşını gördüm, tanık oldum, yaşadım. Türkçe gerçekten zengin bir dil mi? sorusuna verilecek benim yegane y [...]


    13. Thiên anh hùng ca về một tướng cướp xuất thân nông dân. Văn chương khoái hoạt vô cùng, bản dịch của Trần Dần cũng tuyệt diệu. Mười lăm, mười sáu tuổi mà đọc được cuốn này thì mơ làm tướng cướp mất thôi. May mà đã qua tuổi đó :)


    14. Görüş sahası ne kadar dar olursa olsun, insan muhayyilesi geniştir. Değirmenoluk köyünden başka hiçbir yere çıkmamış bir insanın bile geniş bir hayal dünyası mevcuttur. Yıldızların ötelerine kadar uzanabilir. Hiçbir yer bulamazsa Kafdağının arkasına kadar gider. O da olmazsa, düşlerinde yaşadığı yer başkalaşır. Cennetleşir. Şimdi, şu anda düşler veryansın ediyordur uykuların altında. Şu fıkara, şu kahırlı Değirmenoluk köyünde, değişmiş düny [...]


    15. Yaşar Kemal'in bu muhteşem eserini çocukluğumdan beri kütüphanede izleyip yeni okumuş olmam kendi adıma büyük bir kayıp. Bu kitap değil bir efsane, bir 20.yy destanı, Türk insanının kaybettiği insani değerlerine bir ağıt. Dörtlemeyi bitirmesem de, bu ilk kitap Yaşar Kemal'in Dünya Edebiyatına damga vurmasına yeterli. İnce Memed'e bunca övgü, ödül, saygı kesinlikle tam yerinde.


    16. Buram buram toprak ve insan kokan harika bir kitap. Akıcı bir dil, yöresel deyimler, arada kalmışlık, çaresizlik, umut, umutsuzluk, eşkiyalık, ağalık, toprak, ekin, hasat, ovalar ve dağlar Karakter gelişimi ve değişimine dair yazılmış en güzel ve bizden eserlerden birisi.




    17. Memed’s story is begining with his fantastic love and his youngness than changing life. Apart from many good thing, story was also explaing about grudge and hatred inside of people in Anatolia. Espesially in the thought aganist to Aga or any authority power, unfortunately the story seems us people how can be such a low charcterfull.And two sections from book, Evaluate people with their behaviour not their words.Even your enemy is a ant, even so dont misprize.I liked this book, recommended.


    18. Ağanın, köylüye etmediği zulmün kalmadığı, köylünün boynunu büküp kendini herşeyden üstün gören ağaya karşı koyamadığı bir zamanda çıktı geldi İnce Memed.Bu haksız düzenin tekerine çomak sokacak, çarkı kıracak bir kahramandı o.Halkın yüreğindeki korkuyu hafifletti, zorba ağalara ve adaletsizliklere karşı köylüye seslerini yükseltmeleri gerektiğini gösterdi.Ama halk kahramanı olurken, bu uğurda kendi hayatından en çok da sevdiklerinden fedakarlık [...]


    19. Memed, known as Slim Memed, is just a boy when he runs away from his village due to the cruelty of his village's Agha (a feudal lord). He returns after a number of months as he is worried about his mother. The Agha punishes them both and they nearly starve that winter. None of the villagers in the villages that this Agha control have any liking for him but pretend to out of fear. Lots of "I kiss your hands, I kiss your feet" to his face and name calling (infidel is the bad name they all like to [...]


    20. I'm heading to Turkey soon, so bought this classic as homework. First, the author's bio is a rag-to-riches story of growing up as a peasant farmer's son in pre-Attaturk rural Turkey, who becomes a professional letter writer then the nation's most famous and beloved author. The feudal society he describes is so primitive, you are jarred when a character references an automobile. The descriptions of the natural beauty of the Turkish interior are lush.Memed is oppressed all his young life by the ev [...]


    21. one of only two clunkers i've encountered on the normally superb New York Review Book backlist of reprints. this is a classic turkish novel about a boy who becomes a legendary robin hood-like hero in the turkish thistle-laden countryside. constantly beaten and unfairly treated by a cruel nemesis, he eventually gets his revenge. there are some nice descriptive nature passages, but i found the story too predictable and repetitive and slow. it was painful at times. could be the fault of the transla [...]


    22. A chilling and fascinating narrative of rural Turkey soon after the formation of the Republic. Memed's experiences and those of his village are offered in brutal relief; the helplessness of the peasants reveals the inevitability of human ignorance; the pettiness of the bourgeoisie is starkly honest. I found interesting how key moments of dramatic resolution are sometimes avoided in the narrative (the fate of a main character, the removal of another in a single sentence without comment). It force [...]


    23. Elimden bırakamadığım, deli gibi sürükleyen harika bir köy romanıydı. Çok şey öğreniyorsunuz köy halkı adına, köy yaşantısı adına. Asım Çavuş beni oldukça etkileyen bir karakterdi ayrıca. Tabii İnce Memed'den sonra. İkinci kitapta ne olacak, merak ediyorum


    24. Kind of like Robin Hood, if Robin Hood were a badass Turkish brigand riding to the rescue of Taurus Mountain villagers. Good stuff, and great writing to boot.


    25. There's a fantastic review of Absurdistan I once read that said:Just unbutton its shirt and let it bare its chest. Like a victorious wrestler, this novel is so immodestly vigorous, so burstingly sure of its barbaric excellence, that simply by breathing, sweating and standing upright it exalts itself.And yeah, I think that applies to Memed, My Hawk a whole lot more than it applies to Shteyngart's work. It's rare when you can write a classical legend in 1955. It's a John Ford Western except that i [...]


    26. Enfes. Yalın, şiirsi bir anlatım, bu toprağın dili.Bu yaşıma kadar neden okumadım diye hayıflanıyor insan.



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