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Motherland Hotel My Heroes Are Ahmet Hamdi Tanpinar, Oguz Atay, And Yusuf Atilgan I Have Become A Novelist By Following Their Footsteps I Love Yusuf Atilgan He Manages To Remain Local Although He Benefits From Faulkner S Works And The Western Traditions Orhan Pamuk Motherland Hotel Is A Startling Masterpiece, A Perfect Existential Nightmare, The Portrait Of A Soul Lost On The Threshold Of An Ever Postponed Eden Alberto Manguel This Moving And Unsettling Portrait Of Obsession Run Amok Might Have Been Written In 1970s Turkey, When Social S After Ataturk Were Still Evolving, But It Stays As Relevant As The Country Struggles To Save The Very Democratic Ideals On Which The Republic Was Rebirthed Brilliant Writing Poornima Apte, Booklist, Starred Review Turkish Writer Atilgan S Classic 1973 Novel About Alienation, Obsession, And Precipitous Decline, Nimbly Translated By Stark An Unsettling Study Of A Mind, Steeped In Violence, Dropping Off The Edge Of Reason Kirkus Reviews A Maladroit Loner Who Runs The Seen Better Days Motherland Hotel In A Backwater Turkish Town, Zeberjet Has Become Obsessed With A Female Guest Who Stayed There Briefly And Frantically Anticipates Her Presumed Return As Zeberjet Becomes Increasingly Unhinged, We Re Drawn Into His Dark Interior Life While Coming To Understand Turkey S Post Ottoman Uncertainty Sophisticated Readers Will Understand Why Atilgan Is Called The Father Of Turkish Modernism, While Those Who Enjoy Dark Psychological Novels Can Also Appreciate Barbara Hoffert, Library Journal Yusuf Atilgan Gives Us A Wonderful, Timeless Novel About Obsession, With An Anti Hero Who Is Both Victim And Perpetrator, Living Out A Life Neither Dead Nor Alive In A Sleepy Aegean City Motherland Hotel Is An Absolute Gem Of Turkish Literature Esmahan Aykol, Author Of Divorce Turkish Style Motherland Hotel Presents A Portrait Of A Solitary Life Sheltered In A Corner Of Turkey In The 1970s, But When A Guest Fails To Return As Promised, The Novel Becomes A Powerful Story Of Loneliness And Obsession Yusuf Atilgan, Like Patrick Modiano, Demonstrates How The Everyday Can Reflect Larger Passions And Catastrophes Beautifully Written And Translated, Motherland Hotel Can Finally Find The Wider Audience In The West That It Deserves Susan Daitch, Author Of The Lost Civilization Of SuolucidirZeberjet, The Last Surviving Member Of A Once Prosperous Ottoman Family, Is The Owner Of The Motherland Hotel, A Run Down Establishment A Rundown Establishment Near The Railroad Station A Lonely, Middle Aged Introvert, His Simple Life Is Structured By Daily Administrative Tasks And Regular, Routine Sex With The Hotel S Maid One Day, A Beautiful Woman From The Capital Comes To Spend The Night, Promising To Return Next Week, And Suddenly Zeberjet S Insular, Mechanical Existence Is Dramatically And Irrevocably Changed The Mysterious Woman S Presence Has Tantalized Him, And He Begins To Live His Days In Fevered Anticipation Of Her Return But The Week Passes, And Then Another, And As His Fantasies Become And Obsessive, Zeberjet Gradually Loses His Grip On Reality Motherland Hotel Was Hailed As The Novel Of The Year When It Was Published In 1973, Astonishing Critics With Its Experimental Style, Its Intense Psychological Depth And Its Audacious Description Of Sexual Obsession Zeberjet Was Compared To Such Memorable Characters As Quentin Compson In Faulkner S The Sound And The Fury And Meursault In Albert Camus The Stranger While Author Yusuf Atilgan Had Already Achieved Considerable Literary Fame, Motherland Hotel Cemented His Reputation As One Of Turkey S Premier Modernists.


10 thoughts on “Motherland Hotel

  1. says:

    Varolu uluk ak m n n T rk edebiyat ndaki ilk rneklerinden olan bu kitapta yaln zl k, cinsellik, ve l m konular psikolojik z mlemelerle ele al nm ve bir insan n yaln zl ile tekd ze ya am i ine k st r lm olma ha...


  2. says:

    Tekd ze bir hayat en ince detay na kadar anlatan, psikolojik tahlillerin yo un oldu u k sa fakat ok etkili bir romand benim i in.


  3. says:

    Yusuf At lgan n okumad m tek kitab yd Anayurt Oteli Aylak Adam, Bodur Minareden te toplu hikayeleri ve Canistan l m nedeniyle tamamlayamad son roman hayranl kla okumu tum zellikle Aylak Adam ka zamand r tekrar okumak isterim Anayurt Oteli ni bu kadar geriye b rakmam ise herhalde, mer Kavur un uyarlamas etkileyici filmini seyretmi olmamdan kay


  4. says:

    Verschenen op MappaLibri At lgan Hotel MoederlandSinds kort kan Uitgeverij Jurgen Maas er prat op gaan het volledige romanoeuvre van de grote Turkse schrijver Yusuf At lgan 1921 1989 op de fondslijst te hebben Anderhalf jaar na haar lovend ontvangen vertaling van At lgans debuut De lanterfanter 1959 vertaalde Hanneke van der Heijden op even sublieme wi


  5. says:

    muazzam hacim olarak az olsa da m thi bir i erik var 400 sayfa okumu gibi hissediyorum.


  6. says:

    Bu kadar g zel yaz lm bir roman tan mlayacak bir giri c mlesi bulamad m Bir senfoni gibi yaz lm.Sanki yayl lar ayr , nefesliler ayr , vurmal lar ayr bestelenmi ve bu y zden 4 5 ayr okumas yap labilecek kadar ok boyutlu bir hikaye Ben her zaman yazar n dil ile, yaz m kurallar ile oynad ve bunlar alt st etti i kitaplar ok seviyorum Y At lgan n virg ls z yazd upuzun c mleler


  7. says:

    My heroes are Ahmet Hamdi Tanp nar, O uz Atay, and Yusuf At lgan I have become a novelist by following their footsteps I love Yusuf At lgan he manages to remain local although he benefits from Faulkner s works and the Western traditions Orhan PamukAnd so I ve tested Pamuk s authority And I have not found it wanting All three authors arethan worth your time And worth muchthan a bit


  8. says:

    Yusuf At lgan dan bir s radan ya amlar n aras nda, s radan olmayan hayat sonlar hikayesi diye zetlenebilecek bir g zel roman Okurken bir iki yerde kopmalar ya asam da kitap her Yusuf At lgan kitab nda oldu u gibi ok i ten ok ger e...


  9. says:

    Ne ok yalan s yleniyordu yery z nde s zle, yaz yla, resimle ya da susarak.


  10. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Kendine has bir tarz var Yusuf At lgan n Daha nce Aylak Adam isimli kitab n okumu tum O roman n i ine girmekte zorlanm t m Bu defa yle olmad Roman n sadece giri k sm nda, bir miktar bilin ak ile yaz lmas ndan t r k sa s ren bir zorluk ya asam da hemen birka c mle sonras nda kendimi hikayeye kapt rm buldum.Hikaye son derece zg n, anl


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