Sessizlik ve Gürültü

Sessizlik ve G r lt Yazar Fethi iyn lkenin mutlak h kimi olan Lider in iktidara geli inin yirminci y l kutlamalar n n yap ld s cak bir g ne a ar g zlerini T pk di er sabahlarda oldu u gibi propaganda ark lar n n g mb r

  • Title: Sessizlik ve Gürültü
  • Author: Nihad Sîris نهاد سيريس Rahmi Er
  • ISBN: 9786056501975
  • Page: 281
  • Format: Paperback
  • Sessizlik ve Gürültü

    Yazar Fethi iyn, lkenin mutlak h kimi olan Lider in iktidara geli inin yirminci y l kutlamalar n n yap ld s cak bir g ne a ar g zlerini T pk di er sabahlarda oldu u gibi, propaganda ark lar n n g mb rt s sloganlar n k kreyi ine kar m t r D nd klerini bask nedeniyle yazamayan ama istenildi i gibi yazmaya da yana mayan ve sessiz kalan iyn, lkenin do al ger eYazar Fethi iyn, lkenin mutlak h kimi olan Lider in iktidara geli inin yirminci y l kutlamalar n n yap ld s cak bir g ne a ar g zlerini T pk di er sabahlarda oldu u gibi, propaganda ark lar n n g mb rt s sloganlar n k kreyi ine kar m t r D nd klerini bask nedeniyle yazamayan ama istenildi i gibi yazmaya da yana mayan ve sessiz kalan iyn, lkenin do al ger ekli i haline gelmi bunalt c karma adan bir par a uzakla abilme umuduyla kendisini soka a atar Ne var ki polis taraf ndan d v len bir renciyi kurtarmaya al t nda uzun bir g n n ba lang c nda oldu undan habersizdir iyn, bilinmeyen bir Arap lkesindeki zaman n ruhunu ve bask n n iddetini g steren ac olaylara tan k olur Lider i in yan p tutu tu unu sand halk n ona f s ldayarak anlatt klar n dinler ktidar n propaganda faaliyetlerinin i leyi ini ve onu kendi sessizli inden karma planlar n renir Sadece bir g n i inde, bir devrin sinsi zalimli inin ne denli korkutucu boyutlara ula abilece ini g r r ve g sterir.Modern Arap edebiyat n n ayk r yazar Suriyeli Nihad S ris in, distopya ile ger ekli in kesi ti i incecik bir izgide zarafetle y r yen roman Sessizlik ve G r lt y Rahmi Er, Arap a asl ndan evirdi.

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    1. Terri Jacobson

      Fathi Sheen is a 31 year old writer who cannot get his work published in the unnamed Middle Eastern country in which this novel takes place. The book opens on the 20th anniversary of the dictator of this country, known as "the Leader." Fathi venture out into the crowds (the "roar") and gets into an altercation; he ends up having his ID confiscated. He must call at the police station to get it back, and his experiences over the next 24 hours give author Nihad Sirees a platform to discuss great th [...]

    2. Rebecca Foster

      A sobering allegory about the place of the individual artist in a repressive regime, drawing on the literary traditions of surrealism and absurdism. The entire novel takes place within 24 hours — one stiflingly hot Sunday. Our irascible narrator is Fathi Sheen, a writer who was fired when he refused to shoehorn party publicity into his television programming. Cooped up in his apartment, he complains of the heat, the light, and especially the noise. There is a pro-government march happening out [...]

    3. jeremy

      published in its original arabic some seven years before the syrian civil war began in 2011, the silence and the roar (al samt wal sakhab) is the first work of the exiled aleppo-born novelist and screenwriter to appear in english. nihad sirees left syria in january of 2012 after being "watched and followed by syrian security services." acclaimed for his novels (particularly the north winds), as well as for his television series, the silk market, sirees had previously incurred the wrath of govern [...]

    4. Arzu

      ortadoğu’da adı verilmeyen bi’ liderin yönetimindeki adı verilmeyen bi’ ülkede, istediğini yazamadığı için susan bi’ adamın yaşadığı/tanıklık ettiği bir gün anlatılan.at bir kültür, isyan hatta sadece susmak, biat etmemek hainlikse; lider ile ilgili yapılan espri veya hayatın pahalılığından yakınmak hapis cezası gerektiren fiiller olarak görülüyorsa; tüm iletişim araçları, teknoloji ve devlet kurumları lider propagandası yapıyorsa; gürültü sukû [...]

    5. Leylak Dalı

      Dünyanın herhangi ülkesinde olabilecek bir diktatörlük distopyası. Beğenerek okudum ve biraz da ürktüm

    6. Selin Seçen

      Onca gürültünün ve propagandanın ortasında sessizliğe methiyeler düzen bu güzel kapaklı, özenli çevirili kitabı keşfettiğime mutluyum. Her ne kadar erkek bakış açısı, kitabın zaten azıcık olan kadın kahramanlarını tekdüze anlatmış yahut 2 boyutlu bir hale indirgemiş olsa da, o coğrafya için en iyisi bu herhalde diyerek genelinden aldığım zevke gölge düşürmek istemiyorum.Yazının devamı için:benyazarsamolur/sessiz

    7. Camila

      This largely plotless, parable-esque little novel is worth reading -- it's an effective evocation of a world that sounds like a dystopian satire until you set it alongside dispatches from Syria, when it suddenly starts to seem more brightly optimistic than reality. But while the narrator's voice is compelling and the sense of stifling heat, noise and bureaucracy shines through, it's unsatisfying as a novel, full of stagnant, sketched-out characters and unresolved plot points.

    8. Azma

      Liked the story. Through narrative, the writer disguises characters' fear of retribution for individual thinking and for not joining mass rallies out in support for the unnamed Leader. Another disguise of fear is the main character Fathi's laughter and love, along with his mother Ratiba's and his lover Lama's. The grandiosity of the political regime in the omnipresence of the Leader's portraits, of his speeches, and of the military march music on buildings and television seems exaggerated; and F [...]

    9. Jale

      Otokratik bir Arap ülkesinde yirmi yıldır iktidarda olan Lider, kitle psikolojisi ve muhalif yazarın olanları anlama çabası. Neden bağırıyoruz? Marş neden çalınıyor? Aynı sloganı defalarca söylemek ne kazandırıyoruz? Lider bizden ne istiyor? Evet, birçok satırın altını "bize ne kadar da benziyor" diyerek çizilen ve ürkütücü metin.

    10. Banushka

      öyle bir denk geldi ki bu kitabı okumamın zamanı dün Ayvalık'ta meydanda bangır bangır malum kutlamalar vardı, şimdilik katılmayanı dövmüyorlar, kitaptan farklı olarak benzerlik çok can sıkıcı, ortadoğululuk aşikar, lider kültürü baki, zaten yasaklanmış bir roman, tahmin edebileceğimiz gibi sessizliğe ihtiyacımız var, oturup düşüncelerimizi dinlemeye

    11. Shotgun

      Pokud je je polovina z vyprávění z této knihy pravda, tak se nedivím, že Syřané utíkají ze své vlasti. Děj knihy se odehrává ještě před arabským jarem a pekla, které vypuklo následně ale i tak jde o režim, kde by jste nechtěli rozhodně žít. Představte si naše osmdesátky ale kombinované s kultem osobnosti, kterým se Asad vyrovnal jak Stalinovi, tak Hitlerovi či Maovi. Představte si, že se tak jednou týdně opakuje šílenější, agresívnější a nebezpečněj [...]

    12. Aydin

      Ulkenin bir ortadogu diktatorlugune donusmesine bir adim kaldigini, ulkesini terketmek zorunda kalmis bir Suriyeli yazardan teyit etmek icin okunmali.

    13. Nora Žáková

      Pôvodne som myslela že dám knihe tri hviezdičky. Teraz, keď som zistila, že prvýkrát bola vydaná už v roku 2004 som svoje hodnotenie zvýšila. Keďže by vraj mala zobrazovať totalitný režim v Sýrii, zdala sa mi príliš málo dôrazná, málo naliehavá. Z dátumu vydania je však zrejmé, že zachytáva len jeho počiatky. Ani si neviem predstaviť odvahu tohoto človeka keď tak ľahko a jednoducho zosmiešňuje stádovitosť ľudstva a nebezpečné podliehanie uctievaniu jedne [...]

    14. Parrish Lantern

      In the afterword of this book, Nihad Sirees, asks “Is it possible for the silence and the roar to co-exist?” Going on to state that The answer is most certainly yes, that in countries ruled by people obsessed with supremacy, authoritarians and those who are crazed by power, the ruler or leader imposes silence upon all those who dare to think outside the prevailing norm. Silence can be the muffling of one’s voice or the banning of one’s publication, or it can be the silence of a prison ce [...]

    15. Lila

      This well written novel by Syrian author Nihad Sirees conveys what life is like in a country ruled an oppressive totalitarian regime. His storytelling is compelling, as the reader follows a day in the life of a writer, (who clearly has a lot in common with the author), who has been banned by the government for his critical writing. Sirees has written a number of plays and tv series and this is evident in his writing. In fact this novel would make a good movie. I wish more people in the West woul [...]

    16. Argos

      Çok iyi bir kitap, okunulması gerekenlerden, kendimizden birşeyler buldum. Jaguar yayınevi çok güzel kitaplar yayınlıyor.

    17. Becca

      I would have given this book a 4 or 5 star rating, as the story was enthralling, inportant, and moving and the characters were so real and captivating, however there was too much sexuality for my personal liking, hence 3 stars. I get that the sexuality was an important componant and and that the whole point was that Fathi was fighting the roar of a dictatorship with love, but I still really didn't enjoy reading the sexual parts.

    18. Bahar

      Ortadoğu diktatörlüğünde sıradan bir günü, ülkesini terketmek zorunda kalmış Halepli bir yazardan okumak oldukça çarpıcı. Yaşadığımız günlerle benzerliklerinin yanı sıra farklılıkları olsa da tüm bu olup biteni tanımlamamız aynı; sürrealism

    19. Lukáš Palán

      Tentokrát mě Odeon příjemně překvapil, což bylo ale asi způsobený tím, že jsem konečně přestal myslet análem a vzal do ruky něco, co nenapsal asiat nebo splašená viktoriánská děvka, která objevila bičík a dialogy. Sireesovo vyprávění hodně evokuje first person střílečku z prostředí Orwellova 1984, kde se pálí převážně ostrejma (jak spermatem, tak slovy), což je příjemný, protože všichni víme, že Big brother je dobrej akorát tehdy, když se celebrit [...]

    20. Tom

      A Syrian "1984." Think of Egypt's Albert Cossery so frustrated by his government's corruption and the peoples' complicity in it that the humor he usual deploys to deflate it is almost gone, because his good-natured nihilism has been replaced by a desperate desire for change. Sirees's depiction of crowd scenes--the noise (always the noise), chaos, and violence--and a hospital's hallways after the day's marches (in *favor* of "the Leader")--filled with the stench of rapidly-decomposing corpses and [...]

    21. Debbie Kinsey

      This novella takes place over one 24-hour period of the life of Fathi, a writer in Syria who is considered a traitor for his views on the regime and so is no longer allowed to write. It’s about how a dictator must be adored, and how the hysterical crowds and the dictatorship feed into each other. It’s about what it’s like, and how, to be standing on the outside of that, and if it’s possible to stay on the outside. You can really feel the oppressive heat, mirroring the inescapable oppress [...]

    22. Ted Graham

      Quite simply, this book was brilliant. I picked it up on Wednesday and finished it this morning (it's Friday). It's riveting and insightful and the prose is often breathtaking. Reminiscent of Naguib Mahfouz's Cairo Trilogy, the story of Fathi Sheen is a peek inside the horror that is modern Syria. The main character struggles with the roar of the regime and longs for the simple silence of being happy. The story covers barely more than a day, but the simple hurdles that the characters must get th [...]

    23. John Pappas

      The story of a few days in the life of a writer struggling to exist in an unnamed despotic regime. The simple limpidity of the prose belies the staggering compassionate and courageous acts of the protagonist as he attempts to live, live and work in a country that seems to do nothing but celebrate the reign and accomplishments of the Leader. A political allegory not only applicable to the author's homeland of Syria, this study of the individual's fight to remain separate from the deafening and de [...]

    24. Kaela

      Loved this book, finished it in a day! I felt a connection to the main character as a person I would get along with and would be friends with. Its a day in the life of Fathi a man who refuses to follow the "roar" of an oppressive and terrible dictator. He is determined to hold his ground and his beliefs as he struggles to maintain the silence during the day. The author is a Syrian writer who escaped and oppressive government. Even though a country or leader isn't named, he makes the story very r [...]

    25. س

      Interesting novella, especially in light of what's happening in Syria. Loved the author's characterisation of the "roar" though I feel he could have done more with the "silence" angle. Still, a lovely book.

    26. Berna

      Suriye'li yazar Siris' in ,bir diktatör yönetimindeki bir Orta Doğu ülkesinde 1 günü anlattığı bu romanı okurken ,hem diktatör özelliklerinin ve yönetim taktiklerinin her yerde aynı olduğunun, hem de ülkemizin de bir Orta Doğu ülkesi olduğunun iyice farkına varacaksınız.

    27. ليلى المطوع

      قرأت 30 صفحة منها وتوقفت بسبب انشغاليواليوم اعدت قرأتها منذ البدايةوانهيتها في جلسة واحدة نهاد من اروع الكتاب

    28. Martin Boyle

      One of those inspired gifts, this is a charming, disturbing, intimate, emotional, beguiling read.I know, I know, Kafkaesque is an overused epithet! Few can really match that level of nightmarish vision and still make it realistic. In this case, Sirees shows that he can adapt the style to a middle-eastern (Syrian?) setting to good effect, bringing in a touch of 1984-style propaganda. Or is he writing something rather more current affairs than dystopian vision?Yes, this novel is not plagiarism. It [...]

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