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Ne ölü ne sağ bir yaşamın kahramanı Zebercet Gözünü ilk açtığı ve yaşadığı Anayurt Oteli'yle aynı kaderi paylaşıyor Birbirine benzeyen geçici ilişkilerle geçen günler yalnız ve tek ba Loneliness and alienation may be the keywords behind the way the protagonist acts and lets things go He doesn t talk much what he does running a shabby hotel in a small town mostly has a ritual character Through most of the novel the leading uestion stays like the sword of Damocles what will the narration lead to Well that s the experience you dear reader should have on your own without me foretelling Parallels with the novel The blind owl by the Iranian writer Sadegh Hedayat has struck me tooBut let me say this An obsession triggered by a woman the woman who told him she would return gets hold of Zebercet s state of mind Zebercet gets drawn into a wilderness in his mind grows a hectic tension a madness even The way the author makes this visible is by form experimental styling of the text by losing interpunction losing capitals thus almost bewildering the reader who has trouble not to derail in keeping track of the multiple streams of consciousness that Zebercet follows do you follow JMRead the excellent review by Laurent it s here on Goodreads as well as here

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Anayurt Oteli

çük ayrıntıların tekdüze şaşmazlığında nerdeyse takıntılarla sürüklenen bir yaşamın öfkesi de çaresizliği de büyük oluyorTürk edebiyatının unutulmaz bir tipi ve unutulmaz bir mekanı This was cool and weird albeit unsettling The hotel clerk doesn t leave his workplace for 10 years then becomes obsessed with a woman who stayed there for a night and loses it He thinks about sex constantly because apparently banging the narcoleptic maid every morning isn t enough and gets lost in the past and the present I think if I knew anything about Turkish history the occupation and liberation or culture I may have understood but perhaps not

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şına sürüklenen bir hayatGecikmeli Ankara treniyle gelen adını bile bilmediğimiz kadın otelde bir gece kalır veZebercet'in de Anayurt Oteli'nin de sessiz akıp giden günlerinin içeriği değişirK take to home message socialize


10 thoughts on “Anayurt Oteli

  1. says:

    My heroes are Ahmet Hamdi Tanpınar Oğuz Atay and Yusuf Atılgan I have become a novelist by following their footsteps I love Yusuf Atılgan; he manages to remain local although he benefits from Faulkner's works and the Western traditions Orha

  2. says:

    Loneliness and alienation may be the keywords behind the way the protagonist acts and lets things go He doesn’t talk much; what he does running a shabby hotel in a small town mostly has a ritual character Through most of the novel the leading uestion stays like the sword of Damocles what will the narration lead to Well that’s

  3. says:

    This is a dark account of a middle aged managerowner of a hotel in a small Turkish town who amidst memories of a life in which he always seemed

  4. says:

    Like many other periodization of Turkish history 1980 is given as the starting point for this postmodernist turn That being said much attention has been paid to those excellent examples of literary works which were written before 1980 postmodern avant la lettre Tutunamayanlar is a perfect case of this Published in 1971 during the h

  5. says:

    I received an ARC of this title from City Lights Publishers via EdelweissZeberjet the middle aged man who is the main character of this novel says a few times throughout his story that he is “neither dead nor alive” Zeberjet works in the same hotel in which he was born and he rarely ventures outside of its walls It’s not that he hasn

  6. says:

    take to home message socialize

  7. says:

    Valuable to give you a picture of small town Turkey I found it challenging to read a book in which the suffering of women and boys was included purely as a device to explore the mental disturbance of the adult male protagonist not with any exploration of the victims' experience or aftermath Context of the times

  8. says:

    This was cool and weird albeit unsettling The hotel clerk doesn't leave his workplace for 10 years then becomes obsessed with a woman who stayed there for a night and loses it He thinks about sex constantly because apparently banging the narcoleptic maid every morning isn't enough and gets lost in the past and the present I think if I knew anything about Turkish history the occupation and liberation or culture

  9. says:

    The ones watched the movie first would be less impressed by the book This story should have been visualised and it is filmed fortunately uite opposite of the traditional novel to movie critics Zebercet is the tru

  10. says:

    Desperate people and some unfortunate events are described well After reading this book you might be pessimist