• Title: Mutluluk
  • Author: O.Z. Livaneli
  • ISBN: 9789751409003
  • Page: 458
  • Format: Paperback
  • Mutluluk Zlf Livaneli Ankara Uluslararas Film Festivali nde Ulusal Uzun Film Yar mas nda Mahmut Tali ngren zel dl n, tre cinayetlerini yetkin bir sinema diliyle Mutluluk Sensin Gerri Russell Hasret Parlak Torun Mutluluk Sensin Gerri Russell Hasret Parlak Torun on FREE shipping on qualifying offers Bircok insan icin mutlulugun anahtari paradir Felicity, hicbir zaman o insanlardan biri olmamistir Onun icin hayattaki en guzel ve mutluluk veren sey Mutluluk Mutluluk Uzerine Tarihsel Bir Calisma Darrin Mutluluk kavrami uzerine tarihsel bir calisma.Bu son derece seckin calismada, McMahon, dusunce tarihinin iki bin yilina bakiyor ve mutluluga duydugumuz Bi kutu Mutluluk Kendinize, sevdiklerinize veya arkada lar n za zel bir srpriz yapmak istemez misiniz Bi kutu mutluluk srpriz hediye konseptiyle mutluluk sa yor Adi Mutluluk El Nombre de la Felicidad Novelas Sub Adi Mutluluk Capitulo Subtitulado FINAL Pgina principal Suscribirse a Entradas Atom Funofis Yerinde E lencenin Adresi Geti imiz hafta harika bir panelde yer ald k Crossover Trkiye taraf ndan dzenlenen Hayat n za Anlam Kat n panelinde Kemal Hakimo lu, Ozlem Brooke Erol ve Mutluluk Dan man m z Selin Yetimo lu ile i hayat na anlam katma yntemleri zerine derin bir sohbet gerekle tirdi. Hikayeler Mutlulu un S rr Nedir Hikayesi Mutluluk Hikaye bu ya hayat boyunca mutlu olmad n fark eden bir adam, art k mutlu olmak istiyorum demi Bir bilgeye mutlulu un s rr nedir diye sormaya karar vermi Bilgeye mutlulu u nas l yakalar m diye sormu. Mutluluk Zaman film Beyazperde Bu hafta yerli romantik komedi kontenjan ndan vizyona giren Mutluluk Zaman , temsilcisi oldu u trn gelerini yeterince bar nd ran ve hemen her sahnesinde dengeli biimde yayabilen, a rl kl olarak kad n seyirciyi hedefleyen bir gi e filmi. Prime Burgaz BANYO Il k gzel bir du ile gnn yorgunlu unu atmak mutluluk verir ve sizi yeniler Yenilenirseniz yenilersiniz. Ba ar ve Mutluluk in Hayata Glmse SITKI ASLANHAN Yavru deve annesine sormu Anne, bizim niye hrgcmz var Yavrum demi anne, l s ca nda susuzlu a dayanal m diye.

    Mutluluk Meryem Van G l k y s ndaki bir kasabada Allah n kendisini sevmesinden ba ka bir ey beklemeyen ya nda bir k z Prof Dr rfan Kurudal stanbullu tan nm bir ayd n Hayattan hi bir beklentisi kalmam Sahip
    Meryem Van G l k y s ndaki bir kasabada, Allah n kendisini sevmesinden ba ka bir ey beklemeyen 17 ya nda bir k z Prof Dr rfan Kurudal stanbullu tan nm bir ayd n Hayattan hi bir beklentisi kalmam Sahip oldu u her eyi geride b rakarak, teknesiyle ama s z bir Ege yolculu una k yor Cemal Gabar Da lar nda PKK pe inde ko mu bir komando Askerli ini bitiriMeryem Van G l k y s ndaki bir kasabada, Allah n kendisini sevmesinden ba ka bir ey beklemeyen 17 ya nda bir k z Prof Dr rfan Kurudal stanbullu tan nm bir ayd n Hayattan hi bir beklentisi kalmam Sahip oldu u her eyi geride b rakarak, teknesiyle ama s z bir Ege yolculu una k yor Cemal Gabar Da lar nda PKK pe inde ko mu bir komando Askerli ini bitirip eve d nd nde mr n n en zor g reviyle kar kar ya kal yor Ailenin y zkaras amca k z n t re gere i ld rmesi gerekiyor.Her biri mutlulu u arayan Meryem, rfan ve Cemal, kendilerinin, birbirlerinin ve lkenin ruhunun derinlerine do ru alkant l bir yolculu a k yorlar Peki, onlar neler bekliyor

    One Reply to “Mutluluk”

    1. Read a book set in your countryKitabı beğendim ama üç yıldızdan fazla veremeyeceğim. Bu kitap 2000'lerin başlarında yaşayan bir insan için harika bir kitap olabilir ama şu anda kitapta konuşulan konular her ne kadar devam etse de soğudu artık. İnsan yeter başka bir şeylere bakalım diyor. Yazar Türkiye hakkında ne varsa anlatmış, kadınların çektikleri, tecavüz, PKK'yla savaş, köylerin yakılması, askeri operasyonlar, haksızlıklar, İstanbul'a göç, fakirlik, zengi [...]

    2. Three characters cross paths in O. Z. Livaneli’s Bliss: a professor facing a mid-life crisis; an ex-soldier experiencing PTSD; a young woman condemned to death by her family after being raped.Bliss, translated by Çiğdem Aksoy Fromm, is my first—but certainly not my last—foray into Turkish literature. If I were hoping for a book promoting Turkish tourism, I would be sorely disappointed. Livaneli does not sugarcoat his native country. Instead, he exposes Turkey’s dark side: ethnic confli [...]

    3. The novel tragically begins, a remote village blaming a fifteen-year-old girl for her rape. Issues of "patriarchy" and "women's empowerment" come to the fore. Meryem is not the only tragic victim in the story. Both her cousin Cemal and their sailing acquaintance Irfan are running away from psychological pain. Cemal has been a commando leader; Irfan cannot tolerate more contentiousness and falseness among his colleagues, i.e"Irfan yearned to surmount the restrictive, tiresome security of his life [...]

    4. I held off on reading this book for a while because the description sounds so depressing, but this was very misleading.This is a story of hope and triumph. It is very intense in places, but the overall feel is very hopeful and beautiful.

    5. Η ευτυχία είναι ένα βιβλίο στο οποίο διασταυρώνονται οι ζωές 3 διαφορετικών ανθρώπων και μέσα από ουστιαστικά καταδεικνύονται προβλήματα και παραδόσεις που ταλανίζουν ακόμα και σημερα τη σύγχρονη Τουρκία Ο Λιβανελλί με την πένα του καταφέρνει οσο λίγοι να συνδυάσει τις ζ [...]

    6. Really 4.5 stars for me. I had never heard of this author before and I'm really glad I read this (thank you, Asmah!). It was interesting to read not long after having read Orhan Pamuk's Snow. Some similar themes, and a similar time period, but very different stories. Livaneli took three central characters who at the beginning of the story were in different places and each dealing with a personal crisis. Their paths meet and each struggles with their crisis, undergoes some type of transformation, [...]

    7. The lives of three individuals collide - each struggling to figure out life’s path - set against the backdrop of conflicting traditional religious beliefs and culture versus those of a progressive modern-day Turkey. There’s Meryem - a young uneducated girl, raised in the traditional environment, who is raped by her uncle, but no one knows the identify of the raper. As the head of the family, her uncle orders that she must die, having brought shame on her family and orders his son, Cemal, to [...]

    8. Bliss tells the story of three Turkish people at the beginning of the 21st century - Meryem, a small-village teenager with a 1st grade education; Chemal, from the same village and fighting the Kurds in the mountains; Irfan, a Harvard-trained professor who married an incredibly wealthy woman and moved to Istanbul.As the novel starts, Meryem has been shamed by being raped by her uncle, the religious leader of the family, and Chemal is supposed to "take her to Istanbul," which in her village means [...]

    9. Since living in Istanbul I have really been trying to read up on Turkish authors beyond the obvious of Orhan Pamuk and Elif Shafak. This novel by Livaneli really surprised me - a beautiful translation of an amazing story. All three main characters are so interesting and distinct and I'm not sure of many other authors who would be able to blend the stories of a fifteen year old girl, 50+ man, and 20 year old soldier together so seamlessly. The story had a lot of literary merit but on another leve [...]

    10. Kitabın içinde Avrupa ile Türkiye arasındaki uçurumlardan, New York ile İstanbul arasındaki benzerliklerden bahsede dursun; ben kitapta temel olarak şunları gördüm:1. Asıl farklılıkların modern-cağdaş avrupalılarla gelenekçi Türkler arasında değil de, tamamen farklılığın Türkiye'deki Türklerin arasında olduğunu gördüm. Lüks restorantlarda yer ayırma derdiyle uğraşmamak için gereksiz yere dernek ve kuruluşlara bağışta bulununan entellektüel/elit kısımda [...]

    11. THERE'S SPOILERS IN HERE, JUST LETTING YOU KNOW FROM THE GET-GO.So I'm writing this review I think I month or two after I finished reading it, but my feelings are still fresh.To be honest, I found out about this book because I watched the film adaptation on Netflix first. I fell in love with Özgü Namal's performance as Meryem ( and I kind of fell in love with her, too but hey! This is an honest review, so it's gonna be just that: completely honest). When I found out it was a book prior, I boug [...]

    12. Not that long ago, I purchased a box full of $1.99 books from the internet, several of which I’ve already written entries about. All told, that shipment was lackluster, filled with books that were worth little more than a shrug and a Frisbee toss back into the box. I wasn’t expecting a trove of Penguin Classics or anything, so I’m not offended by a little light reading. I did get lucky, however, to receive the novelBliss , by Turkish novelist O.Z. Livaneli. A scant 276 pages,Blisscaptures [...]

    13. If modern Turkey can be distilled into a novel that plays out a nation's major issues through its three main characters, Bliss might be that book. There's Meryem, a naive teenage girl from the countryside, who has been raped by her uncle, a conservative religious cleric. Then there is her taciturn, sullen cousin, Cemal, who has just returned from fighting Kurdish guerillas in the mountains of eastern Turkey, and is dispatched to kill Meryem on the road, in order to clear the family honor. Meanwh [...]

    14. Reading this book made me realize that only a bragging tourist, as contrasted to a seeking traveler would have naively dreamed of going to Turkey to catch the latest "in" travel fever. Recently I've listened to a few people telling me, "you really must go to Turkey, Sherry" and I somehow thought they meant as a tourist--a modern rather than a bragging one, of course!--and then Livaneli took me to Turkey or brought it so me through Irfan, Cemal and Meryem's parallel and so dramatically different [...]

    15. Chance that a random male author will deal with the rape of a teenage girl in a sensitive and appropriate fashion: middling. Chance he will do so when the book begins by talking about the teen girl's naked body from her own perspective, and within two pages has used the phrases "small breasts" and "rosebud nipples": vanishingly small.

    16. Çarpıyor resmenYazarın etkileyici dili ve zamanın koşulları birleşip çok fena çarpıyor önce. Sonra alisiyorum dediginiz zaman geldiğinde karakterlerin gelişmeleri sizi şoka sokuyorHer hikayede karakterler iyiye ya da kötüye umuda ya da umutsuzluğa doğru kendini geliştirir. Ama başa dönüşler var burda, kisirdonguler ve ne olduğunu bilmenin verdiği çaresizlik varHer zaman okunacak bir roman; yaşı yok diyorum.

    17. Filmini seyretmiş ve çok beğenmiştim Livaneli'yi çok sevdiğim için evdeki kitabı da okuyayım dedim iyi ki okumuşum. Filmle kitabın ayrıldığı bir sürü hikaye var ayrıca sonları da farklı. Tabi kitap çok daha güzel. Filmin etkisiyle Meryem hep kafamda Özgü Namal olarak canlandı okuması daha kanlı canlı oldu.

    18. A fascinating book.Bliss tells the story of Meryem, a motherless rural village girl who lives in Eastern Turkey. She is raped by her powerful sheikh uncle, who then condemns her to death for the 'honor' of the family. This is a society where women are chattel. Luckily Meryem is too plucky to commit suicide (he has locked her in a shed with a rope, but she refuses his subtle hint). The sheikh then assigns the job of honor killing to his son Cemal, Meryem's war-scarred cousin, an army commando who [...]

    19. A well written book with an unusual construction in that the author introduces you to each of the three characters individually, but for much of the book you have no idea how their lives will intersect. Meryem is the character who grows the most, but then she's the youngest and has been living in a very protected situation. She has very little education and by culture has been separated from the men as have all the women in the town. She is brutally raped by her uncle, the local Imam, who then s [...]

    20. İbn Haldun'un "Coğrafya kaderdir" sözü bu kitapla bir kez daha anlam buldu bende. Kitap, yaşanmış gerçek bir hikayedir ibaresine yer vermiyor ama siz töre cinayetlerinin, gelenek ve göreneklerin hayli yoğun yaşandığı coğrafyada bu hikaye gibi nicelerinin yaşandığını bildiğinizden içiniz acıyarak okuyorsunuz. Kahramanlarımızdan Meryem, annesiz kaldıktan sonra sözü çok geçerli olmayan babası tekrar evlenmiş, aile yönetimi Şeyh olan amcada sözü kanun gibi kimse [...]

    21. I've never read a book set in Turkey before. I really enjoyed this and reading about the diversity of Turkey - it's people, religions and just the change from Eastern to Western Turkey. The book was so well written that I felt like I could visualize each of the three main characters by the time I'd finished at the end. I liked that it was like real life - things don't always end up rosy. But then things didn't even start out rosy. For the main female character, Meryem, the book starts where she [...]

    22. Kitap; dil bakımından yoğun ve akıcıydı. Kitabi elimden bırakamadım. Kitabin en sinir bozucu karakteri meryemdi. Olaylar karşısındaki sukuneti ve kabullenişi beni sinir etti!! Ne aci tesaduf ki kitabı okuduğum dönemKadın cinayetlerinin ve kadın düşmanlığının tavan yaptığıOğlancılığın ve sübyancılığın hortladığı bir dönemBiz bu dönemin yasandigi ve giderek çekilmez bir hale getirilen bir ülkede yaşıyoruz

    23. The differences between modern and traditional lives are presented so clearly and dramatically. This is one of the most eye opening books I have ever read, because the perspectives and the points that the author makes are not just good but they are also the ones that you dont really pay attention during your everyday life.One note: In my opinion, the book has a different and a way *better* story than the movie!

    24. Loved the first half of this book, but the second half when Meryem and Cemal meet Irfan was a let down. I never really connected with these characters even with the heavy subject of honor killing I just never really got involved in the story line. However since I just returned from Istanbul enjoyed the description of Istanbul and the Turkish countryside.

    25. I did not enjoy this book at all. The story is told by three voices. Every time I got to the professor, I glossed over the chapters. Cemal's story line was better but I felt the author could have done more with his character. Obviously, Meryem's story was the most captivating. I also felt the ending seemed kind of abrupt and not complete.

    26. Adını tam koyamıyorum ama birşeyler eksikti bu kitapta; töre cinayetine kurban gitmesi beklenen Meryem'in hikayesi çok Yeşil Kirazvariydi belki; ya da Profesör çok klişe bir karakterdi veya tesadüfler çok zorlamaydı; sonuç olarak yüzeysel karakterler okudum gibime geliyor, çok da yüksek puan veremedim.

    27. I never expected this book to become a favourite - but Zülfü Livaneli impressed me with this clear writing, his humanity, his insight into different characters and his passionate treatment of different social issues in Turkey.

    28. Never judge a book by its title, that's for sure. This book was definitely an eye opener. A novel describing the culture of modern day Turkey and the different interpretations of Islam. I'm more grateful than ever to be an American!

    29. genel itibarıyla kolay okunan, güzel bir kitap olmasına rağmen,yarım kalmışlık hissi uyandıran kitap sonlarından haz etmediğim için, sonunu beğenmedim.

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