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B Farkli bir kitapti demek dogru olur sanirim. Alternating plot-advancing sections with more meditative philosophical passages, Karasu propels the narrative forward in what feels like a reluctant manner. Furthermore, in these texts, tools of literary representation such as symbols and metaphors that describe the encounters between the reader and animals have been transformed through postmodern narrative techniques.

It appears the narrative of a decent man, a writer of liberal sensibility who lives in a truly hellish place, where “nightworkers” prowl the streets, savagely murdering victims at random and leaving cryptic inscriptions about the advent of some apocalyptic “big night.

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Outside of the footnotes, there is the matter of the origins of the numbered entries themselves klavua at one point one of the narrators discloses that his writings are daily entries in a private notebook; while another narrator classifies her entries as letters to be provided to the first protagonist narrator.


To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Everything is simple and yet intriguing. Think of it as a slightly longish ,arasu, which can be consumed in one to two fairly quick sittings. Buildings with staircases that move and lead nowhere. Preview — Night by Bilge Karasu.

Moreover, Karasu’s accessible style transcends the period in which the book was written mids, though not published untilperhaps due in part to thisresulting in a work capable of sliding through time bolge of anachronistic snags.

Is there only one character speaking in the first person in this notebook, or at least two?

Bilge Karasu’s animals : ethical and political encounters

It is oddly serendipitous that this came in a library request as I was karqsu Zenobia – and I mean that literally, I was sitting in my car reading the last section of Zenobia when I received the email this was available — as this book, with its semi-surrealist descriptions, and its experimental approach to both narrative and form — satisfies the expectations I had for Zenobia which were unfulfilled while still being a much different book.

In addition, there is an entry in the fourth section that indicates that the protagonist has found a stack of papers and will llavuz inserting them into the narrative without any regard for chronology or order. The questions this thesis focuses on in reading Bilge Karasu are as follows: So, yeah, I’ll have to read it again, maybe in Turkish this time. In asides and footnotes, the writer decides on one narrative strategy, second-guesses klauvz, then tries another, as he works his way toward an ending he cannot quite imagine.


Cumleler arasinda bosluk doldurmak ve okurken dusunmek kafasu ama fazla daginik fikirlerin arasinda cogu zaman cikis bulamadim.

I will read this one again. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Which narrative strategies are followed as the result of this design? Ultimately theidentities of the voices in Night fracture and blend, the footnotes seem to kqrasu on a life of their own, and the parallel narratives fuse in a nightmarish climax that is utterly unforgettable. I read Night in English, and perhaps I should read it in Turkish, too.

Koskocaman bir metafor bu GECE. Bilge Karasu — was born in Istanbul and became the pre-eminent Turkish modernist writer. Thanks for telling us about the bilve. Apr 07, Nathan “N. This is brilliant work.

Bilge Karasu

It appears the narrative of a decent man, a writer of liberal sensibility who lives in a truly hellish place, wher Both a political novel of deep sophistication and a dazzling meditation on the craft and meaning of fiction, Night explores the redemptive powers of the imagination as it shows us the mind of a world-class novelist at work. No trivia or quizzes yet. Likely katasu is tied to his larger themes around fiction writing, but aesthetically klavus put a slight ding in what was an otherwise excellent read.

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