6 edition of Salman the solitary found in the catalog.
Salman the solitary
|Statement||Yashar Kemal ; translated from the Turkish by Thilda Kemal|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||310 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||310|
|ISBN 10||1860463894, 1860463908|
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Salman the Solitary book. Read 5 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. It was during the anarchic days when Russian invaders had put th /5. SALMAN THE SOLITARY, while similar in style to the other Kemal novels I've read, seems less coherent, though fascinating nonetheless.
Several stories are wound together like separate colors of a carpet. Young boys, with childish perceptions Salman the solitary book events and childish appreciation of natural beauty, feature as always.
Then, there is the story of the /5(6). out of 5 stars Salman the Solitary: A Solitary View of Turkish/Kurd Rivalry Reviewed in the United States on J The emotional intensity of the ancient hatreds and violence between Turks and Kurds, the origins of which may not even be clear to the participants, is vividly illuminated by this novel/5.
Get this from a library. Salman the Solitary. [Yaşar Kemal; Thilda Kemal] -- A tale of family vengeance in Turkey which begins when a man rescues a baby boy and raises him as his only son. Subsequently his wife gives birth to a boy of their own, his affection shifts and the. Editions for Salman the Solitary: (Hardcover published in ), (Paperback published in ), (Paperback published in ), (Pap.
Salman the Solitary is a chronicle of obsession and revenge and communal conflict, fueled by divisions and differences: between Kurds and Turks and Armenians, between mountain- and plains-dwellers, between rich and poor, and even between adults and children (it describes exploits by children that make Lord of the Flies seem like a picnic).
Yashar Kemal. Yashar Kemal ( - ) was born on the cotton-growing plains of Chukurova, which feature in his The Wind from the Plain trilogy. His championship of poor peasants lost him a succession of jobs, but he was eventually able to buy a typewriter and set himself up as a.
What linger after the entertainment are the questions the book raises about nature and artifice, coercion and acceptance, and the transforming value of fury itself. Kirkus Reviews Malik is a very fully realized character, and Fury positively vibrates with intellectual energy (it's also frequently quite funny).
I found it difficult to get into this book as the main character hardly appears in the first pages, but if you persevere you will be rewarded with both a haunting story of indentity punctuated with racial tension and some vivid insights into Kurdish culture.
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A leading Saudi sheikh, Salman Al-Ouda is a for- mer hard-line cleric turned advocate of peaceful co- existence.
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A Solitary View of Turkish/Kurd Rivalry. The emotional intensity of the ancient hatreds and violence between Turks and Kurds, the origins of which may not even be clear to the participants, is vividly illuminated by this novel by Yasar Kemal, a Turk with Kurdish origins.
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