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Yarat k Yarat k g n m z ngiliz edebiyat n n en ilgin ve en arp c gerilim romanlar ndan biri T pk Dostoyevski nin romanlar nda oldu u gibi insan saran paradokslarla dolu etik bir derinli e ama ayn zamanda da

  • Title: Yaratık
  • Author: John Fowles Serdar Rifat Kırkoğlu
  • ISBN: 9789753633642
  • Page: 359
  • Format: None
  • Yaratık By John Fowles Serdar Rifat Kırkoğlu, Yarat k, g n m z ngiliz edebiyat n n en ilgin ve en arp c gerilim romanlar ndan biri T pk Dostoyevski nin romanlar nda oldu u gibi, insan saran paradokslarla dolu etik bir derinli e ama ayn zamanda da, Fowles un virt zl k d zeyindeki hik ye anlatma tekni inden kaynaklanan soluk kesici bir s r kleyicili e sahip.Yazar n zihninde aral klarla beliren ve gitgide v cutYarat k, g n m z ngiliz edebiyat n n en ilgin ve en arp c gerilim romanlar ndan biri T pk Dostoyevski nin romanlar nda oldu u gibi, insan saran paradokslarla dolu etik bir derinli e ama ayn zamanda da, Fowles un virt zl k d zeyindeki hik ye anlatma tekni inden kaynaklanan soluk kesici bir s r kleyicili e sahip.Yazar n zihninde aral klarla beliren ve gitgide v cut kazanan, tuhaf bir imgedir anlat lan So uk, karanl k bir ilkbahar g n nde, sonsuz k ra topraklar n ufuk izgisinde yol alan k k bir atl kafile imgesi gizemli bir kad n n da dahil oldu u bu kafilenin bilmecelerle dolu yolculu u ve yolun sonundaki beklenmedik l m n ard ndan gelen sorgulama S radan bir polisiye olay n tesine uzan p metafizik boyutlara eri en ve bilimkurgusal t n lar da ta yan girift bir anlat a da ngiliz edebiyat n n en nde gelen yazarlar aras nda say lan John Fowles, Viktorya d nemi ngiltere sinde ge en Frans z Te menin Kad n adl nl roman nda oldu u gibi, yine tarihsel bir arkaplan roman na fon olarak se iyor Ama, amac kesinlikle klasik anlamda tarihsel bir roman yazmak de il Sade ya ant lar yla kilise kurumunun otoritesine k kten kar k lar yla tan nan, sa n n d nyaya yeniden bir kad n olarak gelece ini ileri s ren, g ndelik hayatlar nda kom nizan elere rastlanan, yoksullu u ve cinsel perhizi savunan Shaker mezhebinin reti ve pratikleri zerine temelleniyor roman Ancak Fowles kar m za, ge mi e gelecekten bakan ve o zaman n zihniyetini a da bireyin moderniteyle y kl , son derece karma k g r a s ndan de erlendiren bir yazar kimli iyle ortaya k yor Yarat k ta Bir yandan, 18 y zy l ngiltere sinin toplumsal tabakala mas na, t relerine, s n f atlama yap lar na ili kin ok ilgin ayr nt lar ortaya koyarken, bir yandan da, kurmaca bir yap t meydana getirdi inin bilincinde bir yazar olarak, s r kleyici hik yeler anlatabilme yetene ini seferber ediyor.1985 y l nda Fransa da en iyi eviri roman se ilen Yarat k, insana hummal bir okuma keyfi tatt ran, elinizden bir an olsun b rakmak istemeyece iniz, o ender edebiyat ba yap tlar ndan biri.

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    1. i tried reading this when i was 15, i think around the time it first came out perhaps i was too ambitious, because the novel was too much for me, and i gave up i suppose i just didn t get it but i can be competitive even with books, even with myself so i promised young mark monday that the battle wasn t over, that i d return to re engage 25 years later, when i had become an old, wise mand i would eventually conquer this one well, mark, it is now 25 years later.__________d so i promptly lost my o [...]

    2. Dazzling Stunning The best I ve read of him.On second reading, the novel holds up remarkably well It seems at first a study in the perpetuation of literary suspense The book jumps between third person narration a kind of mock legal deposition which permits multiple narrative voices essayistic asides, and epistolary elements The third person voice often refers to the gap between events at the time of the story the 1730s and our present day For example Closer,oups of children noisily played lamp l [...]

    3. _A Maggot_ is an interesting novel It can be approached as an historical mystery, a meta fictional experiment of mixed narrative form and genre, and a meditation on the injustices inherent in the 18th century social, political and religious mindset The story proper details a mysterious journey undertaken by five individuals across the English landscape whose destination and purpose is unknown In addition to this each of the individuals is not what they appear, and may not even be what they thems [...]

    4. Apparently, A Maggot was the result of two dicisive factors The one was the clear, yet uninvited image that once popped into Fowles mind, of a group of people travelling on horseback in the middle of nowhere, as he informs us in the prologue The other one was his admiration for Ann Lee, the founder of a strict yet especially alternative religious group, the Shakers Although an atheist, Fowles had enough clarity to discern the wisdom behind their religious practices and acknowledge the necessity [...]

    5. Beklenmedik bir kurgu, her sayfada acaba ne olacak d ncesiyle okudu um olaylar Fowles bu defa farkl bir konuyu, son ana kadar ne olaca n tahmin edemeyece iniz bir yakla mla i lemi Kurgusu her zamanki gibi olaylar n devam n okura b rak r nitelikte say lsa da sons ze yazd klar zerine biraz ara t rma yap nca tatmin edici bir sonuca ula acaks n z Fowles e farkl bir a dan bakmam sa layan bir kitapt ok keyifliydi Bir polisiye, sorgu gibi g r nse de bitirdi imde anlat lan n ba ka bir ey oldu unu anlad [...]

    6. I wrote this review a few years ago I just moved to a new apartment, and while I rearranged my books in the perfect order, I came across my copy of A Maggot and remembered this, so I shall copy and paste JOHN FOWLES A MAGGOTMy previous experience reading the work of John Fowles is sporadic but rather steady while taking a Literature of the Occult class in college, The Magus was required reading and sometime last winter I made it through The Collector recommended to me by Maxim magazine, of all t [...]

    7. The make believe history is a well known trick of the postmodernist literature Here we have a celebrated criminal in Margaret Atwood s Alias Grace , a famous gangster in Mircea Mihaes Woman in Red , a brought to life portrait in Tracy Chevalier s Girl with a Pearl Earring , and in all these novels and others reality and fiction are blended beyond recognition, to create literature s second reality A sort of non fiction novels, to borrow Truman Capote s very deceptive term.However, whether the abo [...]

    8. Uffff You know how you re reading a book and you really like it and it s beautifully written and the plot is interesting but believable and easy to follow and then halfway through the book there s a UFO abduction and you re like what the hell this is 18th century england no UFOs in 18th century england but you keep reading because you assume you had a stroke and imagined the UFO scene but the UFO scene doesn t go away and then in the end the UFO abduction was really Jesus yeah, it s like that.

    9. A shaggy dog story John Fowles prologue tells us the book began with an image of travellers on horseback For years, though finding this image striking, he was prevented from doing anything with it because he didn t know who the travellers were or where they were going Then he worked out a way of writing a book anyway without knowing this It s eighteenth century England and the travellers are journeying through the countryside for some hidden purpose Then this purpose is accomplished We still don [...]

    10. I found this book to be very strange At the end of the book, there is an author s note, wherein Fowles describes what he was trying to accomplish when writing the novel Instead of the note providing an illuminating experience, I found myself scratching my head even , because I didn t really buy into Fowles attempt to get to B from A.I found the first half of the book to be pretty interesting, but the second half not so much The book is a murder mystery and what happened in relation to the murder [...]

    11. A Maggot Another masterpiece from the intimidating mind of John Fowles In this twisting mystery set in the early 18th century, Fowles is up to his old tricks with his magnificent cerebral teasing A small group of travellers are on a very mysterious journey that will dance with life, death and madness and where nothing is what it seems It feels a playful old yarn until Fowles pulls the rug from under you, and we become deeply engaged with what, in modern times, would be termed a police investigat [...]

    12. Opening A maggot is the larval stage of a winged creature as is the written text, at least in the writer s hope.In here is a character called Dorcas and for those of us who have watched and or read Lark Rise to Candleford the phrase what would Dorcas Lane do Is enough to send one to hide behind the curtains of a kidney shaped dressing table to start pulling out tresses by the mit full.The 3 star is a hattip to the authorial skill, however the caveat is that I did not care for this tale it was a [...]

    13. Mi aspettavo tanto da questo libro L inizio e interessante e veloce, poi mano a mano si perde.Alla fine e quasi noioso.

    14. This is my 3rd John Fowles book, and I never fail to find him interesting He seems to like to take well trodden genres Victorian romance in The French Lieutenant s Woman, historical who done it here , lull you into a sense of familiar normalcy, before blasting you with a cold bucket of meta fictiony post modernism This time I was ready for it, and for the most part enjoyed the ride I suspected that this book wasn t at all what it was pretending to be, and tried to read between the lines Here s w [...]

    15. A magistrate s inquest, in the form of a discourse and dialogue, into a possible murder and a suicide, is the setting for an imaginative novel about the mother of Ann Lee, the founder of the Shaker sect Written in archaic 18th c English, Fowles proves he has a fine ear and feeling for the language the story maintains suspense and drama throughout, as well as giving the spirit of Christian dissent in the very rigid and harsh English society His last novel, and possibly the testament of his belief [...]

    16. This is a really tough book for me to review, because I am not quite sure that I got it Or if the point of the book was that you were not supposed to get it It starts out straight forward enough and enjoyably as a historical mystery novel We know that the characters are not as they appear, and that there will be truths unveiled as we go along We know there is a murder, and a disappearance, but then what This book sucks me in without ever satisfying my curiosity, and then goes off into some wild [...]

    17. I think this has to be one of my favorite books What this book spoke to me was far beyond a sci fi story to me it dealt with topics like equality between genders and races the feeling you get while reading the book is just how unfair people were treated according to gender and wealth and just how bedazzeled the lawyer is when the woman describes her journey in the utopian world heaven where everyone is equal I was very much amused at how people disregarded the book as a mediocre attempt at sci f [...]

    18. 2,5 I m really disappointed because the book started off as a really interesting murder mystery and I was immediatly sucked into the story but halfway through it turned into a VERY weird, boring, complicated and religious story and I just couldn t keep up any After reading The Magus by John Fowles I had high expectations but this one just wasn t for me bummer.

    19. I kept thinking this was going to get better and it just didn t ALL Looked up some stuff about it, and I guess some of it s purpose is to be sort of meta, but there is no need for this book to be that long for the point or ideas trying to be made The premise was so good too What a disappointing read.

    20. At first I thought the maggot was something figurative, then a woman s testimony told me it was something real The whole time I read this book, I was attempting to discover what it was really about, but all I concluded is that it s a good bed time book which means I fell asleep shortly after nearly every time I tried reading it I did not want to leave it unfinished because I loved the first book I read by Fowles, The French Lieutenant s Woman, so I kept truckin It is not a good book, although Fo [...]

    21. Brilliant, brilliant, brilliant I ll amend my review at a convenient time, but this work dug its maggot deeply into me Fine and infuriating novel.

    22. In the bare bones, this is a historical crime story, following the investigation of a wayward son s disappearance, and with the case turning increasingly toward matters of religion, gender, theology and ethics as new details emerge But Fowles makes it much richer than even that For one, his format, with most of the plot delivered as a series of interrogations, pages and pages of questions and answers delivered of witnesses and suspects A few key scenes are narrated from the viewpoint of a 20th c [...]

    23. John Fowles oh, you do the strangest, most delightful things to my head I do so love that every time I read you, I find myself reflecting on the very act of reading itself And, the very act of sharing a story across time and distance And, the very notion of what it is to be a thinking, human creature in communion with other thinking, human creatures.You are simply one of my most favorites, and your works have made me a wonder filled, questing, and alive person The part of you that is now me and [...]

    24. John Fowles oh, you do the strangest, most delightful things to my head I do so love that every time I read you, I find myself reflecting on the very act of reading itself And, the very act of sharing a story across time and distance And, the very notion of what it is to be a thinking, human creature in communion with other thinking, human creatures.You are simply one of my most favorites, and your works have made me a wonder filled, questing, and alive person The part of you that is now me and [...]

    25. Interesanta ca si abordare scriitoriceasca in stil postmodern, Omida poate sa para plictisitoare cititorului de roman pur narativ Juxtapunerea planurilor si alternanta de fapt divers, povestire, decupaj de ziar, scrisoare dau cartii un farmec aparte Tendinta postmodernilor e de a crea autenticitate intr un stil diferit de cel al modernilor, spre exemplu, care o ofereau prin expunerea faptelor scriitorii postmoderni arunca pe foaie tot ce poate da veridicitate faptelor, un decupaj imens care cere [...]

    26. Originally published on my blog here in July 2004.In The French Lieutenant s Woman, Fowles wrote a knowing twentieth century version of a nineteenth century novel A Maggot is conventionally a historical novel, set in 1736 but despite fitting better into the genre, it shares much of the ironic self awareness of Fowles best known work.The novel starts with something very small a group of travellers riding across Exmoor, who stop overnight at a small village before heading on again But a few days [...]

    27. As with the Pynchon, not his best, though better than the Pynchon Overall, I see his point about the Shakers, particularly after he argues it explicitly in the Epilogue, but that doesn t stop the narrative from bogging way way down in tedious theological argument, especially toward the end.

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