Tek Bacaklı Yolcu

Tek Bacaklı Yolcu PDF/EPUB ✓ Tek Bacaklı  eBook
    IGNOU M.Com Study Material, IGNOU Books, Free Download e li inde sert, so uk ve m danas z bir ahir zamanlar portresi Bir kad n ve erkek bir kad n, birka lke, bir deniz, d rt duvar ve bitimsiz kentler A t k a yenileri ke fedilen s n rlar n zerinde bir denge m cadelesi, ku atan korkular, ss z odalar Herta M ller, Romanya dan Almanya ya g t kten sonra yazd bu ilk romanda yabanc la man n yk s n h cresel kesitlerle betimliyor var olman n imk ns zl n , kolektif ac lar ve y re e ken yabanc yla d len yollar anlat yor Ya am hastal ndan iyile en km yor yolcular hep utan , yaln zl k ve yoksunluk e li inde y r yor Ya am illetinin devas , i inde ya ad m z u karanl k, su lu ve su layan d nyada, bulunmuyor Herta M ller, Tek Bacakl Yolcu da yaln zl ta tan bir duvar gibi r yor n m ze ta kadar so uk, ta kadar somut yle bir yol ki tutulan, yolcular n hepsi a r yaral Ve diktat rler, i kenceciler, g zlerini dikip her eyi izleyenler, yaln z ve rselenmi bedenlerin i inde, her daim n bette Kau uk mermi, y rekte."/>
  • Paperback
  • 158
  • Tek Bacaklı Yolcu
  • Herta Müller
  • Turkish
  • 07 September 2019
  • null

About the Author: Herta Müller

Tek Bacaklı Yolcu PDF/EPUB ✓ Tek Bacaklı eBook bacaklı kindle, yolcu ebok, Tek Bacaklı mobile, Tek Bacaklı YolcuTek Bacaklı Yolcu PDF Herta M ller was born in Ni chidorf, Timi County, Romania, the daughter of Swabian farmers Her family was part of Romania s Tek Bacaklı eBook Í German minority and her mother was deported to a labour camp in the Soviet Union after World War II She read German studies and Romanian literature at Timi oara University In , M ller began working as a translator for an engineering company, but in was dismissed for her refusal to cooperate with the Securitate, the Communist regime s secret police Initially, she made a living by teaching kindergarten and giving private German lessons Her first book was published in Romania in German in , and appeared only in a censored version, as with most publications of the timeIn , M ller left for Germany with her husband, novelist Richard Wagner Over the following years she received many lectureships at universities in Germany and abroad In M ller was awarded membership to the German Academy for Writing and Poetry, and other positions followed In she withdrew from the PEN centre of Germany in protest of its merge with the former German Democratic Republic branchThe Swedish Academy awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature to M ller, who, with the concentration of poetry and the frankness of prose, depicts the landscape of the dispossessedShe currently resides in Berlin, Germany.


Tek Bacaklı YolcuTek Bacaklı Yolcu PDF/EPUB ✓ Tek Bacaklı eBook bacaklı kindle, yolcu ebok, Tek Bacaklı mobile, Tek Bacaklı YolcuTek Bacaklı Yolcu PDF a da edebiyat n en nemli seslerinden Nobel d ll yazar Herta M ller den sorularla dolu ve soru i aretlerinden yoksun bir Tek Bacaklı eBook Í roman Tek Bacakl Yolcu M ller in benzersiz dili ve anlat m e li inde sert, so uk ve m danas z bir ahir zamanlar portresi Bir kad n ve erkek bir kad n, birka lke, bir deniz, d rt duvar ve bitimsiz kentler A t k a yenileri ke fedilen s n rlar n zerinde bir denge m cadelesi, ku atan korkular, ss z odalar Herta M ller, Romanya dan Almanya ya g t kten sonra yazd bu ilk romanda yabanc la man n yk s n h cresel kesitlerle betimliyor var olman n imk ns zl n , kolektif ac lar ve y re e ken yabanc yla d len yollar anlat yor Ya am hastal ndan iyile en km yor yolcular hep utan , yaln zl k ve yoksunluk e li inde y r yor Ya am illetinin devas , i inde ya ad m z u karanl k, su lu ve su layan d nyada, bulunmuyor Herta M ller, Tek Bacakl Yolcu da yaln zl ta tan bir duvar gibi r yor n m ze ta kadar so uk, ta kadar somut yle bir yol ki tutulan, yolcular n hepsi a r yaral Ve diktat rler, i kenceciler, g zlerini dikip her eyi izleyenler, yaln z ve rselenmi bedenlerin i inde, her daim n bette Kau uk mermi, y rekte.

You may also like...

10 thoughts on “Tek Bacaklı Yolcu

  1. Patryx says:

    Nel 2009 riceve il Premio Nobel per la Letteratura, con la seguente motivazione Con la concentrazione della poesia e la franchezza della prosa ha rappresentato il mondo dei diseredatiNon c un modo gentile per dirlo questo libro non mi piaciuto, anzi direi che stato uno dei libri pi noiosi che abbia mai letto L ho finito perch non mi piace abbandonare i libri e l ho letto pi per rispetto a questo principio che per interesse Per prima cosa, un importante istruzione per l uso peNel 2009 riceve il Premio Nobel per la Letteratura, con la seguente motivazione Con la concentrazione della poesia e la franchezza della prosa ha rappresentato il mondo dei diseredatiNon c un modo gentile per dirlo questo libro non mi piaciuto, anzi direi che stato uno dei libri pi noiosi che abbia mai letto L ho finito perch non mi piace abbandonare i libri e l ho letto pi per rispetto a questo principio che per interesse Per prima cosa, un importante istruzione per l uso per poter cogliere il filo conduttore ed entrare nel mondo di Irene la protagonista importante leggere questo libro breve, per fortuna con continuit , invece io l ho letto in modo frammentario Di conseguenza ogni volta riprendere il filo, spezzato, dei pensieri di Irene mi costava grande fatica e non appena avevo intuito qualcosa, dovevo subito interrompere Forse pi che un romanzo una raccolta di poesie che si succedono senza soluzione di continuit e a me le poesie piacciono a piccolissime dosi una ogni tanto e non troppe tutte insieme Il libro ci immerge nel mondo interiore di Irene, una donna rumena che ha lasciato la Romania di Ceau escu e ha chiesto asilo politico nella Germania Federale I pensieri di Irene ci comunicano la solitudine di chi ha lasciato il suo mondo per ritrovarsi straniera anche se cittadina tedesca in mezzo ad altre persone che, invece, sembrano avere chiaro qual il loro posto nel mondo La condizione degli esuli quelle diViaggiatori pens Irene viaggiatori con lo sguardo eccitato sulle citt addormentate Su desideri ormai scaduti Dietro agli abitanti della citt Viaggiatori su una gamba sola e sull altra perduti Viaggiatori che arrivano troppo tardiLo stato d animo disorientamento, ambivalenza nei confronti del paese abbandonato, tristezza della protagonista pi che dalle parole, secondo me, viene mediato dallo stile del romanzo le frasi brevi, i periodi spezzati, il continuo ripetere il nome della protagonista Per a livello emotivo non ho sentito nulla di tutto ci , solo una forte senso di noia e, in alcuni casi, di aggressivit verso l atteggiamento passivo della protagonistaIn momenti del genere Irene capiva che la sua vita si era rappresa in un fascio di osservazioni Le osservazioni la rendevano incapace di agire.Quando Irene si imponeva di agire, non erano vere azioni Rimanevano bloccate negli inizi Erano inizia destinati a fallire Nemmeno i singoli gesti restavano integri.Cos Irene non viveva nelle cose, ma nelle loro conseguenze pag 142 La parte che mi piaciuta di pi forse perch quella che ho capito quella in cui Irene racconta del difficile rapporto con il suo paese a poco a poco si rende conto che prova , ma questo sentimento arriva alla sua consapevolezza gradatamente, facendosi strada tra le altre emozioni che scandiscono la sua quotidianit Irene ebbe anche un altro sospetto Quello di mantenere in testa una nostalgia piccola e dispersa, per non doverla ammettere Di tradire la nostalgia nel momento in cui saliva E per soffocarla di costruire edifici di pensieri sopra i sentimenti pag 66

  2. Christian Engler says:

    To say that Traveling on One Leg was a gloomy novel would definitely not be off the mark But it is heavy in a good and honest way It is rooted in the author s own life experiences and those of the Romanian citizens whom she depicts as also having transplanted themselves to other countries Because truth is the foundation of this novel, it gives this work a heavy hearted edge, that as a reader, is not all too easy to digest The otherreviewers, I agree, hit the mark with their assessmen To say that Traveling on One Leg was a gloomy novel would definitely not be off the mark But it is heavy in a good and honest way It is rooted in the author s own life experiences and those of the Romanian citizens whom she depicts as also having transplanted themselves to other countries Because truth is the foundation of this novel, it gives this work a heavy hearted edge, that as a reader, is not all too easy to digest The otherreviewers, I agree, hit the mark with their assessments of this excellent novel, in essence, that it is extremely personal and that the evocative nature of loneness and disjointedness is thoroughly yet tangibly conveyed More than a novel, the reader is almost transported into a nightmarish dream sequence, where life and living is the nightmare It is a novel that is poetically written in a hardened verse format The language of poetry is short, trenchant, having to pack a wallop with the fewest words available to the author the writer has to be extremely selective in her word choice, and Herta Muller is selective, evinced by this novel that does thrust a forceful literary punch.The story revolves around the female protagonist Irene, a transplant from the repressive country of Romania whose presidential figurehead is a ruthless, paranoid and self absorbed dictator Ceausescu who espouses backward, socialist ideologies Anyone who lives under the unfortunate umbrella of his leadership don t have much hope of living a life of freedom, individuality, prosperity and a go at it alone work ethic Hence, people try to defect, and Irene is one of those who does Yet, her homeland is not the enemy it is the victim Irene is just an offshoot of the country, a tree branch connected to the trunk the country The disease is communism, and it is affecting every fiber of society But when she emigrates to Germany as Muller herself did in 1987 , she is not greeted into a land of golden opportunity She is a legalized migr who has been uprooted from all that is familiar to her And although she is free from the harm that communism carries, she can not relate to her new homeland, for there is no pride, no connection, nothing She has her baggage mentally and physically speaking and her memories And nothing else She is like a newborn babe who has to start anew However, the contaminated mother s milk of her homeland has infected her development inways than one Being an isolated loner is just a tip of the iceberg.While in Germany, she befriends three men Franz, Stefan and Thomas, all of whom seem mentally crippled in their own right And as misery loves company, she is drawn to them for the individuality And though their individuality is not one of an uplifting nature individuality Irene never encountered in Romania , she is attracted to that characteristic in them regardless As people are not automatons, for they are flesh and blood and capable of joys, sorrows and growth, she sticks with them and by them But it is really pointless She is like a ping pong ball going back and forth trying to find some measure of concreteness to firmly clasp onto In a nutshell, it s hopeless with these three guys She is in a void, a kind of limbo where all she can really do is reflect, remember and analyze If you would see the city from the inside, it would be different Irene is a name of a faraway city, if you get close to it it becomes different It s one city if you go by and don t enter it, and another if you get moved by it and don t leave it It s one city if you come to it for the first time and another if you leave it, never to return A different name for each Pages 81 82 Irene escapes the daily nightmare of faux cultural, social and political assimilation when on page 144 she states Neither dead nor aliveIt was almost joy She literally has to be an empty vessel and not be beholden to anybody or anything in order to feel truly free But that is next to impossible and only fleeting at best.Traveling on One leg was a fascinating read whereby no core action marriage, careerism, childbirth , as taken by Irene, could be specifically defined The whole work, for me, seemed so dream oriented It was like a person was trying to keep the insanity that no one else except Irene could see or feel, at arm s length I could almost visualize Irene waking up form a nightmare while living in Romania about what life in Germany could be like Overall, the book was very powerful, maybe evenso than than The Appointment and The Land of Green Plums In any event, it is a hard book that one will not easily forget It is dreary, and yet, it makes me so grateful for my life and what I have in it Mission accomplished

  3. James F says:

    This is the third book I ve read by M ller in the last week This one is about a woman in early middle age who has emigrated to West Germany from the other country presumably Romania, though it is never specified She lives alone and in isolation The book, like the previous two, is written in a surreal style with reality and dreams blended so that one is never sure what is actually happening.Now that I am somewhat accustomed to her style, I can t help comparing it to last year s Nobel priz This is the third book I ve read by M ller in the last week This one is about a woman in early middle age who has emigrated to West Germany from the other country presumably Romania, though it is never specified She lives alone and in isolation The book, like the previous two, is written in a surreal style with reality and dreams blended so that one is never sure what is actually happening.Now that I am somewhat accustomed to her style, I can t help comparing it to last year s Nobel prize winner, Le Clezio there are definite similarities in their writing Both write in an experimental, surreal style, with disjointed description rather than plot or movement both can be are are described as bleak , with characters who never form real relationships and whose lives are largely pointless both are decidedly anti urban, with images of walking around streets, going into stores without buying anything, etc and both give the curious impression of being both intensely political and deliberately apolitical at the same time Of the two, I think I somewhat prefer M ller her writing isconcentrated, and never becomes repetitious or boring, as Le Clezio is at times she also does not have the vague religiousness and nostalgia for the primitive which annoyed me in Le Clezio I can t help wondering whether this represents a common European style or if the Nobel prize committee is simply attracted to a particular kind of writing I haven t read enough serious contemporary European fiction to judge

  4. Luana says:

    Viaggiatori su una gamba sola e sull altra perduti Viaggiatori che arrivano troppo tardi Di fronte a questo libro, commentare diventa un onere che si confonde in maniera ineluttabile con l esperienza, la mia, di aver visto Berlino e il Muro di aver visto tanti viaggiatori su una gamba sola che zoppicano per ritrovare un identit geografica e culturale che hanno perso quando la cortina ha diviso cielo e terra mettendo da una parte l Est e dall altra l Ovest come solo l Onnipotente da millenni Viaggiatori su una gamba sola e sull altra perduti Viaggiatori che arrivano troppo tardi Di fronte a questo libro, commentare diventa un onere che si confonde in maniera ineluttabile con l esperienza, la mia, di aver visto Berlino e il Muro di aver visto tanti viaggiatori su una gamba sola che zoppicano per ritrovare un identit geografica e culturale che hanno perso quando la cortina ha diviso cielo e terra mettendo da una parte l Est e dall altra l Ovest come solo l Onnipotente da millenni a questa parte si era permesso di fare I viaggiatori che vanno su una gamba sola, e vanno a stento, e vanno col peso nel cuore di non essere pi nessuno non sono solo quelli che si trovavano di fronte al muro, ma sono quelli negli angoli che aspettano una cittadinanza, un posto nel mondo, un appartenenza Sentimenti lontani dalla mia culla di protezione che il mondo, le circostanze, la Storia in una congiunzione di coincidenze astrali favorevoli mi hanno offerto. e che Herta Muller, scrittrice di fronte alla quale si pu solo star zitti, atterriti, ed ascoltare, mi ha posto davanti senza mezzi termini.Se c era un modo crudo, disagevole di raccontarlo, Herta, donna Nobel, l ha trovato e l ha elargito per 169 pagine per raccontare la storia di Irene, che poi la sua storia, donna che viaggia su una gamba sola dalla Romania alla Germania in cerca di se stessa Di un perch Di un a da amare non di notte, non per soldi, non di sfuggita Irene ha bisogno di legarsi, ed invece il mondo la tiene slegata, la storia, quella porzione di storia fredda ancora oggi cos respirabile a Berlino, nell Est, la tiene slegata dalla possibilit di un identit propria.Lo stile tagliente L esperienza tagliente Il romanzo produce ferite che non si possono rimarginare e che, nonostante tutta la buona volont , anzich avvicinare all autrice, la rende ancora pi lontana, pi solitaria.A Berlino hanno mantenuto in piedi kilometri di muro su cui dal 1989 in poi hanno dipinto murales mani provenienti da tutto il mondo che credono nella pace e hanno voglia di averla, ma in questa lunga fila c una breccia Una breccia nel muro che ti permette di mettere la gamba ad Est, ed una gamba ad Ovest L ho fatto anche io, ovviamente E mi sono sentita come se avessi una gamba sola Ho sentito scendere su di me l angoscia del non avere un identit e di essere priva di un arto E se Herta Muller ha voluto scrivere un libro parlando di quanto si sta di merda ad andare da un posto all altro con un bagaglio di coscienza troppo pesante e in pi dovendosi poggiare su una gamba sola, io posso solo approvare la sua scelta mandandole un abbraccio che non ricever mai Perch chi si guarda allo specchio e non si vede, non riuscir nemmeno mai a sentire gli altri In finis, grazie ad Herta per tutto il dolore che mi ha messo addosso, perch mi ha restituito ancora maggiore consapevolezza su quel pezzo di storia che sta ancora in piedi alla Est Gallery, e nella mia incancellabile memoria

  5. Elisa says:

    Dittature, paesi divisi e muri sono solo un pretesto per dire qualcos altro La vera protagonista di questo romanzo l alterit L abisso quasi insuperabile che circonda gli individui come un fossato, e li segue ovunque, naturale come un ombra Ci puoi mettere sopra un bel ponte, ma i ponti, col tempo, si deteriorano L abisso rimane l ingombrante e spietata, l alterit , come una maledizione Si insinua nella narrazione fratturandola, ci costringe a vedere la realt come un insieme di stral Dittature, paesi divisi e muri sono solo un pretesto per dire qualcos altro La vera protagonista di questo romanzo l alterit L abisso quasi insuperabile che circonda gli individui come un fossato, e li segue ovunque, naturale come un ombra Ci puoi mettere sopra un bel ponte, ma i ponti, col tempo, si deteriorano L abisso rimane l ingombrante e spietata, l alterit , come una maledizione Si insinua nella narrazione fratturandola, ci costringe a vedere la realt come un insieme di stralci di quadro, una realt che non scorre nel tempo ma nello sguardo della protagonista, a scatti come solo pu procedere l occhio umano, da un oggetto a un ricordo, da un ricordo a un uomo, da un uomo a un aspettativa Si traveste da divergenza di opinioni, di vedute, di orizzonti, da telefoni che squillano e vengono ignorati, da uomini che sbriciolano del pane per il solo gusto di farlo, mentre gli uccelli aspettano in disparte di poter banchettare, felici Ma il suo travestimento pi riuscito quello da citt Relazionarsi con gli altri sempre un viaggio Richiede di sentire il freddo oltre i polpastrelli, come se toccassero la propria finitezza, impone di uscire dai propri limiti per cercare l altro Da una citt familiare per quanto anche la familiarit possa risultare odiosa a un luogo sconosciuto Quant bello il passo che precede la partenza la citt esiste gi , ce la siamo inventati bene, dal suo nome abbiamo tratto sapori di frutta esotica e nomi di fiori mai visti E poi, come la troviamo una volta arrivati I giardini sono cos profumati I gesti e gli automatismi che guidano i passi dell altro nella sua citt diventeranno anche nostri o ci sar sempre uno strappo tra noi e lui Come sar l altro, una volta girato l angolo Come saremo noi Un sognatore vi dir che sar tutto bellissimo Ma Herta M ller no, lei vi far sentire che ru fa il legno del ponte quando marcisce

  6. Zamartina says:

    These two poor stars do not probably reflect the literary quality of the book, but rather my own reaction to it, which was almost nonexistent Now, to mark so low a Nobel prize winner makes you always feel somehow ignorant I probably did not understand it and most certainly it required a second level in depth reading I did not gave Perhaps I should even read it again, it is short after all But I like books where all this is not necessary, where feelings, emotions, resemblances and reflectio These two poor stars do not probably reflect the literary quality of the book, but rather my own reaction to it, which was almost nonexistent Now, to mark so low a Nobel prize winner makes you always feel somehow ignorant I probably did not understand it and most certainly it required a second level in depth reading I did not gave Perhaps I should even read it again, it is short after all But I like books where all this is not necessary, where feelings, emotions, resemblances and reflections of our experiences are immediate and not hidden behind beautiful words because I have to admit some sentences were real poetry I do myself live abroad, I do myself miss my country, for personal reasons and not because I was forced to, yet I could not share Irene s nostalgia, alienation, apathy feelings I must be apositive person, or better said, I guess life let me be positive so far Two Herta Muller s books after, it seems that I still have an internal debate about this writer, on whether I don t understand it as I should, or I do understand everything there is to understand, but I simply do not like her This is my first review in English please forgive my mistakes if any

  7. Stephen Durrant says:

    M ller is never an easy read, but I find her spare prose and bizarre vision of the world both impressive and deeply disturbing Some reviewers have described this as a book about madness Perhaps The madness, if one can properly call it that, results from political dislocation and alienation Irene, a Romanian German has fled her homeland to take up residence in West Germany, much like M ller herself She becomes involved with three different men, none of whom seem particularly fond of her, and M ller is never an easy read, but I find her spare prose and bizarre vision of the world both impressive and deeply disturbing Some reviewers have described this as a book about madness Perhaps The madness, if one can properly call it that, results from political dislocation and alienation Irene, a Romanian German has fled her homeland to take up residence in West Germany, much like M ller herself She becomes involved with three different men, none of whom seem particularly fond of her, and she wanders lost in her new, rather barren landscape But for me it is always M ller s peculiar verbal style that engages Passages like these appear on every page The distance was in the eyes, too And also later, when the refugees weren t walking in Flottenstrasse any When they went to the post office, or talked too loudly on the phone from a rough neighborhood And wrote signs of life on cards to another country p 21 Thomas knew this boy with the peaked cap He lived in every city He was one of the many you lose track of while they are still alive p 62 She opened her mouth as if to yawn She didn t yawn It was her way to line up the words in her mouth before she spoke p 65.M ller is a writer who sends me back to my German textbooks Is there a greater compliment a reader can pay a writer than to want to read her in the original language

  8. Hulyacln says:

    Bo lu a d me tehlikesi..Bat ya gitmek,bat ya gidince par alanm l ya amak hatta g l lerine do uyu gizlemek rene bir yolcu,k kleri olan ama bedeniyle k klerinin ait oldu u yerler ayn olmayan..Herta M ller,ta l yollardan k p r lm duvarlar n aras na s z yor..Ensesinde s rekli farkl nefesleri duyumsayan,bedenlerine yabanc l k damgas vurulmu bireylere ait kelimeler bunlar.Derin ve bir o kadar sessiz..

  9. Doğan says:

    rene isimli bir m ltecinin Almanya ya gidip orada ekti i yabanc la may anlat yor Ama bask dan m eviriden mi anlamad m kitapta birden ba ka konuya atlama, anlams z c mleler vard ve konu ma izgileri yoktu Nadine Gordimer den sonra Herta M ller de bitmi tir benim i in.

  10. Branden says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here when there is an author i m interested in, i frequently FREQUENTLY make the mistake of ignoring the books that friends and the rest of the world recommend to me as his her best work and feel some godawful obligation to go into his her back catalogue and starting reading them from the earliest work onward or, in this case, the earliest novel available in translation what a disaster this book took me much longer to force myself through than anything in recent memory above all, i blame the t when there is an author i m interested in, i frequently FREQUENTLY make the mistake of ignoring the books that friends and the rest of the world recommend to me as his her best work and feel some godawful obligation to go into his her back catalogue and starting reading them from the earliest work onward or, in this case, the earliest novel available in translation what a disaster this book took me much longer to force myself through than anything in recent memory above all, i blame the translation i think i would have had better luck putting the original text through google translate from what i understand, Mueller writes in a clipped, lyrical, impressionistic imagistic style that borders on prose poem, but this just felt like a boring nightmare i m pretty sure any nuances or double resonances woven into the original German were completely abandoned here the result is a a clunky, hideous, needlessly obtuse read to be honest, i m quite saddened, because i was really hoping to love the author though i suppose there s still hope at some point i ll get to The Land of Green Plums and The Hunger Angel, but i think i need a bit of distance from this slow trauma note to self just read the book that the rest of the world tells you to read first