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    Okay, I m going to tell it as it is Nobel winning writer aside, this book is insufferable I frankly don t understand the hype, the glowing reviews, attention from the New Yorker this book is bad Really bad.The story revolves around a privileged man in Istanbul who has a short affair with a shopgirl and proceeds to become completely obsessed with her So obsessed is he that after the girl marries someone else, he ends up sitting at their dinner table for the next 8 years.When Kemal is no Okay, I m going to tell it as it is Nobel winning writer aside, this book is insufferable I frankly don t understand the hype, the glowing reviews, attention from the New Yorker this book is bad Really bad.The story revolves around a privileged man in Istanbul who has a short affair w...


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    Additional notes below One thing I just realized, whenever I am about to finish reading a book, usually some sketchy ideas or sentences appear in my mind, so that right after I finish it, I can just open Goodreads, rate the book and write those ideas I am also usually satisfied after writing three or four paragraphs, feeling that I have said what I have to say But, I can t do that with Pamuk s books The night I finished this book, I was sitting at my desk with my hands laid on the closed boo Additional notes below One thing I just realized, whenever I am about to finish reading a book, usually some sketchy ideas or sentences appear in my mind, so that right after I finish it, I can just open Goodreads, rate the book and write those ideas I am also usually satisfied after writing three or four paragraphs, feeling that I have said what I have to say But, I can t do that with Pamuk s books The night I finished this book, I was sitting at my desk with my hands laid on the closed book I was staring past the glare of my computer screen I smiled Yes, I did smile I slept soundly that night too Rather victoriously..I felt that I had just concluded a life story of a dear friend whom I know so well He was in love A love that tortured him, exhilarated him, inspired him to do mad things for normal people Normal meaning people who are not in love Reading this book was not all a joyride There were moments, when obsession really caught Kemal, whom later I cal...


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    Masumiyet muzesi The Museum of Innocence, Orhan Pamuk 2016 2013 1392 434 9783943147735 20 1394 471 9786006298641 Masumiyet mu zesi The Museum of Innocence, Orhan Pamuk 2016 2013 1392 434 9783943147735 20 1394 471 9786006298641 1394 501 9789642950515 1394


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    I must confess that for the last five years, I have had a love and hate relationship with Orhan Pamuk I also had a similar relationship with Charles Dickens, but that s another matter altogether.Pamuk s style is meticulous and ornate, intensely introspective, sometimes deliberately repetitive, shot through with that...


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    Time had not faded my memories as I had prayed to God it might , nor had it healed my wounds as it is said always to do I began each day with the hope that the next day would be better, my recollections a little less pointed, but I would awake to the same pain, as if a black lamp were burning eternally inside me, radiating darkness Orhan Pamuk, The Museum of InnocenceI must say, when I first started reading this book, I groaned inwardly I had come across it while I was researching the Tu Time had not faded my memories as I had prayed to God it might , nor had it healed my wounds as it is said always to do I began each day with the hope that the next day would be better, my recollections a little less pointed, but I would awake to the same pain, as if a black lamp were burning eternally inside me, radiating darkness Orhan Pamuk, The Museum of InnocenceI must say, when I first started reading this book, I groaned inwardly I had come across it while I was researching the Turkish word huzun melancholia However, I m not a big fan of books with romantic storylines I had my fill as a teen , and when I found out this particular romantic storyline was between two cousins...


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    I think this will be a short review because i don t want to give too much away This is probably one of theunique books i ve ever read, done completely unpretentiously most of the time i was reading it, i was thoroughly swept up in its melancholy atmosphere, but as the story began to resolve toward the very end, the tone lightened and i happily noted Orhan Pamuk s sense of humor and ability to make fun of himself at least that is how i ...


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    Wow Update WOW NOTE Some people may think what is she talking about nails on a chalkboard obsessive Yes sometimes but My God in the best of all ways The writing is beyond gorgeous and the story OMG I own this book Sorry not giving it away.When I saw that Steve goodreads member, was reading the not yet released book, A Strangeness in My Mind due out in a couple of days I was a little envious Istanbul A Love letter to a City no Wow Update WOW NOTE Some people may think what is she talking about nails on a chalkboard obsessive Yes sometimes but My ...


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    An extremely tedious, depressing read I can honestly say that I read the first 150 pages, and then started skimming the rest which I NEVER do, since I love reading in search for dialogue.It is so melancholy and slow It reminded me of being in a room with an extremely self absorbed person, who blabbers on and on, touching the same points over and over again without really any concern if you re listening or not The writing style is also overly detailed, describing dry conversations with busin An extremely tedious, depressing read I can honestly say that I read the first 150 pages, and then started skimming the rest which I NEV...


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    ok g zel kitap a beautiful story , , , , ,40 ok g zel kitap a beautiful story , , , , ,4048383 , , , 24588327Orhan PamukF sun had danced with two people early on The second, however, was the young man with whom I had exchanged glances a short time earlier while visiting the Pamuk family table Orhan Pamuk himself, as he proudly told me years later 170It was around then that I decided my voice had been heard too much anyway and that it was time I left it to him to finish my story From the next paragraph until the end, it will, in essence, be Orhan Bey who is telling the story Having paid F sun such sincere, detailed attention during their dance, he will, I am sure, do no less in these last pages Farewell HEL...

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