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Seher AUTHOR Selahattin Demirtaş Download ☆ 104 ↠ [Read] ➳ Seher By Selahattin Demirtaş – Johns-cycling-diary.co.uk Seher’deki hikâyeler heveskâr işi değil insana ve yaşama duyulan derin sevginin ince bir mizahla harmanladığı has yazar işi metinler Karşımızda tutsaklık günlerinde vakit doldurmak içSeher’deki hikâyeler heveskâr işi değil insana ve yaşama duyulan derin sevginin ince bir mizahla harmanladığı has yazar işi metinler Karşımızda tutsaklık günlerinde vakit doldurmak için yazan biri değil bugüne kadar ortaya çıkmamış okura ulaşmamış bir edebiyatçı varDemirtaş’ın hikâyelerini okuyunca keşke halkına ülkesine dünyaya karşı duyduğu sorumluluk ağır basmasaydı da yazar olsaydı diye hayıflandım Sonra edebiyat sanat damarımın bencilliğinden utandım o zaman. Written from his prison cell in Turkey having been unjustly imprisoned by an authoritative regimeSelahattin Demirtasa politician fighting for freedom and euality has written this short story collection which is at times devastating and at times hopeful A couple of the stories I really didn’t understand but then there are several that will really stay with meAs always I love reading about this part of the worldThank you to Netgalley and Crown Publishing

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Edebiyat bir yazar kazanacak ama Türkiye Demirtaş kalibresinde bir siyasetçiden geleceğin önemli bir liderinden barış ve özgürlük umudundan yoksun kalacaktı Oya BaydarSiyaset ve sanat disiplinleri birbirine benzemez Siyaset doğru zamanda siyasi açıdan doğru olanı söylemek ve gerçek düşünceleri saklamak ilkesine sahipken sanatçı deyim yerindeyse yüreğini kazıyarak en gizli duygularını en büyük kitleyle paylaşmaya koşullanmıştır Bu açıdan Selahattin Demirtaş’ın değerli öy. This collection of short stories was written behind bars by a human rights lawyer and politician who is a political prisoner in Turkey That backstory is important because without it I’m not sure that these stories would have been published At least not in the United States Each of the stories is very short They touch on the lives of a range of people from different economic circumstances genders and ages but in each case the voice of the protagonist sounds the same The writing feels very basic and colorless like a child writing a “how I spent my summer vacation” essay Maybe something was lost in translation However the themes of most of the stories are uite serious Some of them have a profound impactI think could have been done to make the stories accessible to people unfamiliar with Turkey There are notes at the back of the book that help with an understanding of names places and customs but it would have been useful to have this information while you are reading the relevant story and not after you have finished the entire book Some of the stories that I found particularly powerful were “Seher” about a young woman who pays a terrible price for a little freedom; “Nazan the Cleaning Lady” about a girl accidentally caught up in a demonstration; and “Mermaid” about a 5 year old refugee from Syria There were also a few stories that I didn’t understand at all like the last story in the book that doesn’t seem to have an ending So this collection was kind of a mixed bag for me and while some of the stories were memorable I thought the writing was generally clunky 35 stars rounded up to 4 because of the stories that I liked I received a free copy of this book from the publisher

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Seher AUTHOR Selahattin DemirtaKülerini özel bir yere koymamız gerekir diye düşünüyorum Acılar karşısında duyarlı bir yüreğin çığlığını yansıtan bu öyküler siyasetten çok daha derin bir insani damara dokunuyorKitabın özenli ve akıcı bir Türkçeyle yazılmış olması hem estetik hem de toplumsal açıdan ayrıca övgüye değer Bu ülkedeki herkesi birleştirecek olan ortak payda sanatın büyülü yaratıcılığında gizli Çünkü sanat vicdanın dilidir Selahattin Demirtaş da bu dili konuşuyor Zülfü Livane. 35 starsDawn is a deeply affecting read The stories are simple in their presentation but emotional in content The stories are short but very poignant I wasn't familiar with Selahattin Demirtaş prior to reading this but I'm glad I had the opportunity to access his work via the Penguin First to Read Program