Ursula K. Le Guin Kemal Baran Özbek
- Title: Anlatış
- Author: Ursula K. Le Guin Kemal Baran Özbek
- ISBN: 9786053757153
- Page: 422
- Format: Paperback
Karanl n Sol Eli ve S rg n Gezegeni gibi unutulmaz kitaplar n dahil oldu u Hainli D ng s n n zenli bir par as olan Anlat , 1974 te yay mlanan M lks zler in ard ndan Le Guin in yazd ilk Ekumen ve imdilik, yazar n kaleminden km son bilimkurgu roman.Bu kitapta Le Guin, o u eserinde oldu u gibi yine tekilik ve ileti im gibi temalara e ilerek nyarg lar m za ayKaranl n Sol Eli ve S rg n Gezegeni gibi unutulmaz kitaplar n dahil oldu u Hainli D ng s n n zenli bir par as olan Anlat , 1974 te yay mlanan M lks zler in ard ndan Le Guin in yazd ilk Ekumen ve imdilik, yazar n kaleminden km son bilimkurgu roman.Bu kitapta Le Guin, o u eserinde oldu u gibi yine tekilik ve ileti im gibi temalara e ilerek nyarg lar m za ayna tutuyor Din kavram n sorguluyor ve son derece politik bir bilimkurgu sunuyor Yine de Le Guin, t m bunlar n tesinde edebiyat n kendisine d n yor, nk bu roman n oda nda bir ok nemli de eri simgeleyen bir k lt r, usul usul s rd r len bir gelenek var Hik ye anlat c l.Edebiyat ve tarihle aras iyi olan Sutty, bask c bir rejimin alt nda de erlerin nas l kayboldu unu, tarihin nas l silindi ini g rmek, bu rejimin ula amad noktalardaki direni i incelemek, efsanelerde bahsedilen hik ye anlat c lar n n d nyas n ke fetmek i in Aka gezegeninde bir yolculu a kar Geride b rakt d nya ile vard d nya aras ndaki farklar deh ete d r c , benzerlikler ise d nd r c d r.Anlat , dinlemek, anlamak ve inanmakla, hakikati tan mlamaya al makla ilgili bir yolculuk yk s Le Guin Anlat ta kurgusunu hem airane yaz yor hem de alegorinin derinli iyle kusursuzca birle tiriyor Jonathan Lethem
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When reading Le Guin's books, I'm often fooled into thinking that the story is only reaching my brain. I realize too late that it's worked its way into my heart and will demand tears by the end. Back when I did my 2015 wrap-up, I mentioned two seemingly unrelated categories of books that I had enjoyed: 1) science fiction by women, and 2) stories about self-reflection in the countryside. To my surprise, one of my first reads of 2016 was both of those things. Sutty was born on a future Earth overr [...]
Ursula K. LeGuin returns to her Hainsih cycle in The Telling but begins on dear old Terra.First published in 2000, The Telling has as LeGuin’s outside-looking-in observer / narrator the Ekumen trained Sutty. In LeGuin’s Hainish universe, the Ekumen is an alliance of like-minded worlds who seek to re-unite humanity form the galaxy wide and eons old diaspora of the original Hain colonizers. LeGuin first wrote about the Hain as the original source of humanity. Hundreds of thousands of years ago [...]
Christmas 2010: I realised that I had got stuck in a rut. I was re-reading old favourites again and again, waiting for a few trusted authors to release new works. Something had to be done.On the spur of the moment I set myself a challenge, to read every book to have won the Locus Sci-Fi award. That’s 35 books, 6 of which I’d previously read, leaving 29 titles by 14 authors who were new to me.While working through this reading list I got married, went on my honeymoon, switched career and beca [...]
I'm going to use an arguably banal and trite metaphor here: that of a love affair. Okay, maybe not so arguable. It is a banal and trite metaphor. But that’s okay, I think, because the “relationship” many of us experience with our books and our authors is like a love affair, is it not? So forget that the metaphor is worn or hackneyed, because it’s apt, and it’s something to which many of you will relate, and it’s the best way I can think of to communicate how this book affected me.To [...]
This story is very true. Some parts gave me a weird, deep emotional ache. It's fiction, but it's not.
At her best, Ursula K. Le Guin is one of the most inventive of writers. In The Telling, she writes about a world, called Aka, which has received fragmentary information from Earth and interpreted it the wrong way, creating a corporation state which attempted to create a Stalinist bureaucracy and destroy the old ways that prevailed before first contact.Arriving on the scene is an Anglo-Indian representative, named Sutty, who task it is to investigate what remained of the old ways and report back [...]
I've never wanted to review a book here before but for some reason this one makes me want to.I should start by saying this is the only Ursula K. Le Guin novel I've read so I can't compare it to any others but I really really liked this novel. I bought it on a whim because it had a queer woman of colour as the main character and so many of the books I read about white straight men and I thought this would be a change. Which it definitely was. I thought the treatment of Sutty's relationships throu [...]
"בפעם הקודמת כשקראתי את ""מלאפרנה"", כבר כתבתי שאני לא מצליחה להתחבר לסגנון של לה גווין, ולמרות שהיא נחשבת לאחת הסופרות המוצלחות והמכובדות, הכתיבה שלה לטעמי פילוסופית מידי והעלילה לא מתפתחת בקצב הראוי. כשהתחלתי לקרוא את ""ההגדה"" היו לי ציפיות, הן נבעו בחלקן מההנחה שזה ספר חדש יח [...]
The Telling once more proves to me why UKL is one of my favorite writers. With themes concerning freedom of religion and the nature of religion, capitalism, cultural dissonance and appropriation, The Telling feels both absolutely contemporary and timeless. Sutty crosses space to study Aka culture as an anthropologist, yet by the time she arrives (space travel takes decades), Aka culture has completely shifted from a literate society to an intentionally illiterate society of producer-consumers, w [...]
Svi koji me znaju, znaju da obožavam dva-tri pisca više od drugih. Jedna od te usamljene skupine je i božica osobno - Ursula le Guin. Osma knjiga Hainish ciklusa pisana 2000 godine i nije ponudila ništa šaroliko, lepršavo kao što su to ponudile ranije knjige iz ciklusa. Planet Aka je dobro osmišljen totalitaran svijet u kojemu se narod odriče prošlosti, spaljuje knjige i okreće se sadašnjem trenutku, te čuva svoja blaga kroz prepričavanje priča s koljena na koljeno. Ima tu dobrih [...]
Arkadi ve Boris Strugatski kardeşlerin Tanrı Olmak Zor İş kitabının arka kapağında LeGuin'in tavsiyesi var. Büyük bir heyecanla kitabı okumuş, ama umduğumu bulamamıştım. (/review/show) Sanıyorum, Ursula K. LeGuin, Anlatış'ı yazarken bu noktadan yola çıkmış: "Ya sadece Gözlemci olmayı başaramıyorsak? Ya sadece bizim gözlüyor olmamız bile normal seyri değiştiriyorsa?" tabii ki bu sorular kurgunun altına gizlenmiş, hafif hafif hissettiriyor kendini. Ana konu, Anla [...]
The Telling is situated in Ursula Le Guin's ingeniously imagined Hainish universe. Six novels and several short stories have previously chronicled the Hainish experience through the worlds they have touched The stories take place several hundred years into Earth's future, where we learn that humanity is the result of Hanish colonization of the habitable worlds in the universe. Le Guin gives each of the numerous Hain worlds, includingbEarth, a distinct society, ensuring herself of a plethora of c [...]
Ovo je priča o svijetu koji je napustio, potisnuo i izbrisao cjelokupnu svoju povijest i kulturu kako bi se svojim novim korporativnim uređenjem što više priklonio naprednim hainskim rasama koje su otkrile njihov svijet i kako bi ubrzao njihov Put ka zvijezdama. Mlada Promatračica Sutty, također dijete nasilja kako je naziva njezin nadređeni, dobiva zadatak istražiti u zabačenom dijelu svijeta Ake, ostatke ostataka nekadašnjeg vjerovanja, kulture i književnosti. Za razliku od nekadaš [...]
Reading this excellent novel by Ursula LeGuin highlights a question about literary form. Why does the form of science fiction include so many profound explorations of what it means to be human, of what is fragile and at risk in the world in which we live, while raising our awareness of what is most worth preserving. Well, perhaps there are not that many profound works, but Ursula Leguin, as well as Stanislaw Lem and Philip Dick, come quickly to mind as writers who shine a light on the human expe [...]
“I know who you are," she said. "You're my enemy. The true believer. The righteous man with the righteous mission. The one that jails people for reading and burns the books. That persecutes people who do exercises the wrong way. That dumps out the medicine and pisses on it. That pushes the button that sends the drones to drop the bombs. And hides behind a bunker and doesn't get hurt. Shielded by God. Or the state. Or whatever lie he uses to hide his envy and self-interest and cowardice and lus [...]
I was given this book as part of a book chain I've joined. I was honestly glad to have it because I've heard so much about Ursula K Le Guin and I've always felt that I should give her a try at least once. And I tried. I really tried. I acknowledge that her writing can be quite beautiful, but this was way too slow moving with far too many banal details for me. The characters were flat and I felt nothing for any of them. It feels like this was not written with a plot in mind, but rather intended t [...]
Sutty is a Terran envoy of the Ekumen to the world of Aka. The Aka have suppressed and criminalized their ancient “religion” (it isn’t, but that’s the most expedient way to describe it. Think Buddhist.) in order to become Consumer-Producers of the Corporation State and bring their technology up to date with that of Earth and Hain. Sutty’s mission is to learn and preserve The Telling, which is made difficult by the Monitors of the Corporation State (thought police).I feel like LeGuin co [...]
I've struggled through a few other of LeGuin's books and was debating whether I wanted to try to read any more of them. A friend of mine who is really into LeGuin recommended that I read this one, telling me that if I liked this one then I would probably like other books of hers, and that if I didn't, I should give it up. Well, my friend is very wise, and I liked this book a lot. The story has many layers, and each layer shone through with a richness that made it a very enjoyable read, emotional [...]
A nicely narrated book with beautiful, memorable language and a fascinating protagonist, this tale suffers from having almost no action and very little plot. It isn't a long book but often felt like it was one. But for the central character and her opponent, it often felt as though the people populating it were replicants, too. I.e. if you like characters who resonate this isn't the novel for you. Two stars off for the s l o o o w pace and mostly flat characters.
This was a nice little thing. I guess it's set in the same universe/reality as The Dispossessed, which I read last year and which was my first Le Guin (this is my second.)There isn't a whole lot of plot here; and (view spoiler)[it seems like it might all go HORRIBLY WRONG at some point, with the terrible Corporation State about to kill poor little villagers, or burn all of their books or something. But it never does, and that's sort of nice, actually. (hide spoiler)] Basically it seems to be Le [...]
Old blogging:Ursula K. LeGuin never fails to amaze me with her writing and story-telling abilities. The back cover of the book said that it was a continuation of the Hainish cyclewhich includes the Dispossessed (I gathered). However, either it has been too long since I read The Dispossessed to make the connection, or it is a very loose connection. The Telling wove an absorbing story of an Indo-Canadian woman in futuristic America/Canada during a time when the government has been overtaken by rel [...]
When I first started listening to The Telling, I didn't realize it was in the same universe as The Dispossessed and The Left Hand of Darkness, in fact I didn't know those two books were related either. So this story takes place in a loosely related world, but on a new planet. Sutty has been sent to collect the printed historical record, but arrives to discover most of it has been destroyed. Her own life on Terra was destroyed when her lover was killed by drones, and being sent to Aka may or may [...]
A prescient novel written in 2000, before things like 9/11 and much of what evangelicals have been doing in our culture. It's very much a relevant book today, almost feels as if it could have been written just in the last few years. It's set in LeGuin's Hainish universe and is about the dangers of fantaticism on a culture, esp as seen through the eyes of Sutty, the envoy to Aka. Sutty has escaped the dangers of fanaticism on earth and expects to find a freer, more repaxed society on Aka, or to d [...]
The interconnectedness of culture and language is an irresistible theme for me. Layered systems of meaning, political and philosophical intrigue with a competent female protagonist sealed the deal. Rich characters in a lushly imagined world. Intellectual without being aloof, emotional without being cloying. I was sad to see Sutty's story conclude.I also appreciated this story didn't require me to read the previous books in the series.
Another beautiful book by my favorite author. Each sentence is beautiful, even when terrible things are described. There is such a quiet strength and assurance in her writing. I still have to digest it before I can truly review it. I hope I don't forget. But suffice it to say, if you are a fan of UKL or a fan of SF that leans toward the philosophical then this book comes highly recommended!
Not my favourite Le Guin, nor even close - I tried to re-read this a few months back and couldn't get into it at all. I picked it up again, though, and enjoyed it a lot more the second time around. Nothing especially memorable, but I do like Okzat-Ozkat, and Sutty's ambivalence around her own history, and the complexity of Dovsan society under the surface.
A short, gentle, beautiful and poetic book that guides you through a narrative, encouraging you to ponder and question issues of culture, prejudice, spirituality and religion. I loved it.
Okuduğum Le Guin kitapları içinde ortalama bir yere koydum bu kitabı. Aslında konusu ve okuyucuya vermek istediği anafikir itibariyle özünde iyi bir hikaye. Fakat bana mı öyle geldi bilmiyorum, okurken çok fazla betimlemeyle karşılaştım ve akıcılıkta ağır olduğunu hissettim. Konusu itibariyle, iktidar ve devletlerin din ya da bilim adı altında her iki şekilde de nasıl baskıcı olabileceği ve halka çektirdiği zulümlerin bir hikayesi. Birbirinden farklı iki gezegen v [...]
Sutty (Sati) is an inter-galactic anthropologist/diplomat sent to a newly discovered planet with a society determined to erase its history and cultural heritage. Not one of Le Guin's most engaging books but still wonderfully crafted, the Telling is a book as much about history as it is about the future. I must admit that my favorite part was the forward, where Le Guin nonchalantly unveils her inspiration for the novel. I also deeply enjoyed the casual, natural portrayal of sex, love, and homosex [...]
4.5 stars. A powerful beginning and ending, though it meanders out of narrative into somewhat pedantic anthropological analysis in the middle. I also felt it underachieved relative to its potential in terms of the growth of the main character. But still, it contains those most powerful features of Le Guin's writing: elegant and beautiful prose, sophisticated relationship development, and sociological complexity. Caveat: I listened to this as an audio book, which may have reduced my patience for [...]
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