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    On Turkish SarcasmI have reached a stage in my life at which almost everything I read provokes memories of things I have done many of them toe

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    Spectacular Turkish modernist novel with all the ingredients ennui noia boredom bourgeois desperation Viennese psychoanalysis Kafkaesue bureaucracy paranoia about internationalization absurdism The plot turns on the idea that people could become interested in synchronizing their watches if only they had the use of handy kiosks th

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    Saatleri Ayarlama Enstitüsü The Time Regulation Institute Ahmet Hamdi Tanpınar Ender GürolIt began serialization in a newspaper in 1954 It was first published as a book in 1961 An English translation by Ender Gürol was published in 2001 by the Turco Tatar Press The main character is Hayri İrdal who narrates the novel and presents it like a memoir The novel discusses his and other people's formation of the Time Regu

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    More than fifty years after its publication in Turkey and its author’s death the 400 page novel The Time Regulation Institute by Ahmet Hamdi Tanpinar is available in English for the first time Let me start by pr

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    I think this book is really a good example of black humor A lots of notions in the book has been criticized by the Author like independent bureaucracy modernity sociological phenomenas etc The chapter which is about establishment of the institute maybe the most remarkable part for me This part about a new country's economy which is trying

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    I laid my hopes into “The Time Regulation Institute” as a classic of modern Turkish literature even before I started reading the novel which I know is wrong But in this case my expectations were even topped Due to its protagonist and narrator this novel could primarily be described as picaresue Hayri Irdal lacks education is poor clumsy and mostly a walking disaster Although the novel is formally divided into four sections in approxi

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    a The third novel from Turkey that I've found in this little Turkeyshaped rabbit hole I've fallen downb My second from Tanpınar don't ask me about orthography and pronunciation I'm a bit at a loss ; but there's a helpful guide at the backc The other is A Mind at Peace I prefer this one being in the satirical and black humor direction ; the other of the inneristmodernist reflective mode I'd suggest in that Proust direction rather than the

  8. says:

    35 starsFor some reason I didn't connect with this book at all I mean I absolutely get the allegorical representation of Turkish society and government but I feel like some parts were way too long and way too detailed for my taste I get why this is a modern classic and I absolutely think the insight into the bureaucratic

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    A paean to a lost world 'The Time Regulation Institute' explores Turkey just as it is about the cross the threshold from the Ottoman Empire to it's re birth as a secular Western state under Ataturk The novel freuently jumps between  absurdist plots such as the miraculous resurrection from death of the narrator's auntie to surreal humour such as the narrator's second wife who under a vast swathe of illusions as

  10. says:

    As most of you know I spend a lot of my time reading horror But I’m also always on the lookout for literary fiction that has a heart The Time Regulation Institute by Ahment Hamdi Tanpinar is just such a bookHow this book came to be publish

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Rkey weaves a theater of the absurd suggestively representative of the early days of the young Republic This translation is introduced by an essay by the late Berna Moran a leading Turkish literary crit. a The third novel from Turkey that I ve found in this little Turkeyshaped rabbit hole I ve fallen downb My second from Tanp nar don t ask me about orthography and pronunciation I m a bit at a loss but there s a helpful guide at the backc The other is A Mind at Peace I prefer this one being in the satirical and black humor direction the other of the inneristmodernist reflective mode I d suggest in that Proust direction rather than the Tristram direction Broad brushstrokes but impressive that both came from the same pen rather different tonesd Turkish novels in English seem especially rare This one gets a Penguin edition and seemingly a large readership 6104 grratings 317 grReviews But only 8 of the first 30 are in English Which based on my impression of general grusage means there s a huge Turkish readership hanging out on gr And given these three fantastic novels I ve read I wonder what other BURIED treasure they ve been hiding from use I am softening on my resistance to picking up NobelPamukf Orthofer s The Complete Review Guide to Contemporary World Fiction uite naturally has a chapter on Turkey Here s the list Human Landscapes from My Country An Epic Novel in VerseA Mind at PeaceThis one we have at handMemed My Hawk NYRBThey Burn the Thistles NYRBThe Wind from the PlainA bunch of Pamuk I ve got rec s for The Black Book and My Name is RedNightThe Garden of the Departed Cats New DirectionsDeath In Troy City LightsThe Flea Palace TranslatedWomen readers meet Elif Shafak writes also in English since 2002The Bastard of Istanbul got in a bit of hot water with the gov ment for this oneOrhan Kemal gets mentionedThe City in Crimson CloakBerji Kristin Tales from the Garbage HillsSongs My Mother Never Taught MeMany and Many a Year AgoThe Kiss Murderg The grListopia The Best Turkish Books Which are Translated to English lists only 32 works It includes several grauthors so I m skeptical of its valueh Orthofer isn t uite the snob I am so his list should be filtered according to your own personal dispositionsi No trace of Tanp nar in Steven Moore s body of work so far I can detect but one person can t cover the whole damn worldj The 20th century history of the Turkish language means pretty much every translation of any work of literary value is going to be problematic Because what literary value means is that the work engages directly with its own language ie all fiction is always already metafiction Which isn t to say that there are many Turkish storybooks which will offer no resistance to the translator k That s just an hypothesis I know no Turkish myself I don t even know how to correctly pronounce Our Author s name That s not an i Nor would I say it s an iotal What little I know of Turkish literary history and the few only three novels I ve read I am set in mind that there is a resemblance to the Fantastic Fictions of South America in so far as one thing that happens is a less indigenoustraditional culture encounters an already fully developed and imploding European culture In Turkey that seems to be an East meets West kind of thing Because isn t that the geographical location of many countriesm Which would to my mind make Turkish the perfect home for translations of Joyce And indeed there have been two of Ulysses One in 1994 and one in 2012 Let me see if I can find them for you ah yes here we go Ulysses The other one might be Ulysses Hard to tell gr s db is a wreck so many garbage editions of Ulysses Everything Createspace ought to be deleted n And don t fourget Finnegans Wake How could you o Neydi vurun ha diyenlerle durun ha diyenleri kap t ran hastrigotlarla vizigotlar k z t ran Vrak da Vurak Kak Kak Kubarak Geberek g verek Ulayi it ulaslan ulao ul ulagitti Vah eyvah Ah sorry for the confusion do not blame your receiver it s just Turkish I just hope that you enjoyed the sound Diving into Turkish fiction reminds me how identifiable national literatures are This is partly what is meant by a canon I don t know Everyone and their SO know about Russian Literature And etc etc Most national literatures on gr seem to be dominated by their English readers The Turkish readership seems to still own their own literature r I mean honestly there s a weird foreignness in my experience of reading Turkish fiction It s familiar of course these three books being in touch with European fiction practices But if you really paid attention your reading of Russian fiction would be just as weirdly foreign except that we ve pretty much made it part of our own We forget that Russian like Turkish fiction is half Eastern s So lots of fun also at Fingene Finnagain in Turkisht It s fun being a novice about a thing I trust my Turkish grFriends will correct me if I ve completely steered things wrong u We ll end here having made our last point at T for Turkey v I ve got three Turkish fictions winging their way meward this weekw I ve been remiss about my 2017 reading of Virago and AWS That s because of The Library of Arabic Literature and this Turkish bender I m on Both of which latter have been appealing and rewarding of my predispositions than that two former but which I will promise continue exploring next year as well All is not lostx Y and Zy why where are my mannersz the complete review roundup of links to Turkish Lit review d Tanp nar s get B oh and I m reminded if you don t read Turkish but read Dutch French German there does seem to be many Turkish books available to you One reviewer used this phrase One of my criteria for rating a piece of fiction is this What is that fiction to be treated like a side of beef that you d talk about it like that Is that criteria like the USDA poke and sniff Paragon Walk (Charlotte & Thomas Pitt, use I am softening on my resistance to picking We up NobelPamukf Orthofer s The Complete Review Guide to Contemporary World Fiction The Moon Platoon (Space Runners, uite naturally has a chapter on Turkey Here s the list Human Landscapes from My Country An Epic Novel in VerseA Mind at PeaceThis one we have at handMemed My Hawk NYRBThey Burn the Thistles NYRBThe Wind from the PlainA bunch of Pamuk I ve got rec s for The Black Book and My Name is RedNightThe Garden of the Departed Cats New DirectionsDeath In Troy City LightsThe Flea Palace TranslatedWomen readers meet Elif Shafak writes also in English since 2002The Bastard of Istanbul got in a bit of hot water with the gov ment for this oneOrhan Kemal gets mentionedThe City in Crimson CloakBerji Kristin Tales from the Garbage HillsSongs My Mother Never Taught MeMany and Many a Year AgoThe Kiss Murderg The grListopia The Best Turkish Books Which are Translated to English lists only 32 works It includes several grauthors so I m skeptical of its valueh Orthofer isn t The Echo (The Anomaly Quartet, uite the snob I am so his list should be filtered according to your own personal dispositionsi No trace of Tanp nar in Steven Moore s body of work so far I can detect but one person can t cover the whole damn worldj The 20th century history of the Turkish language means pretty much every translation of any work of literary value is going to be problematic Because what literary value means is that the work engages directly with its own language ie all fiction is always already metafiction Which isn t to say that there are many Turkish storybooks which will offer no resistance to the translator k That s just an hypothesis I know no Turkish myself I don t even know how to correctly pronounce Our Author s name That s not an i Nor would I say it s an iotal What little I know of Turkish literary history and the few only three novels I ve read I am set in mind that there is a resemblance to the Fantastic Fictions of South America in so far as one thing that happens is a less indigenoustraditional culture encounters an already fully developed and imploding European culture In Turkey that seems to be an East meets West kind of thing Because isn t that the geographical location of many countriesm Which would to my mind make Turkish the perfect home for translations of Joyce And indeed there have been two of Ulysses One in 1994 and one in 2012 Let me see if I can find them for you ah yes here we go Ulysses The other one might be Ulysses Hard to tell gr s db is a wreck so many garbage editions of Ulysses Everything Createspace ought to be deleted n And don t fourget Finnegans Wake How could you o Neydi vurun ha diyenlerle durun ha diyenleri kap t ran hastrigotlarla vizigotlar k z t ran Vrak da Vurak Kak Kak Kubarak Geberek g verek Ulayi it The Asset (Wounded Warrior ulaslan Shadow of Doubt (Newpointe 911, ulao Amazing Discoveries That Unlock the Bible ul The Ruminator ulagitti Vah eyvah Ah sorry for the confusion do not blame your receiver it s just Turkish I just hope that you enjoyed the sound Diving into Turkish fiction reminds me how identifiable national literatures are This is partly what is meant by a canon I don t know Everyone and their SO know about Russian Literature And etc etc Most national literatures on gr seem to be dominated by their English readers The Turkish readership seems to still own their own literature r I mean honestly there s a weird foreignness in my experience of reading Turkish fiction It s familiar of course these three books being in touch with European fiction practices But if you really paid attention your reading of Russian fiction would be just as weirdly foreign except that we ve pretty much made it part of our own We forget that Russian like Turkish fiction is half Eastern s So lots of fun also at Fingene Finnagain in Turkisht It s fun being a novice about a thing I trust my Turkish grFriends will correct me if I ve completely steered things wrong Infamous u We ll end here having made our last point at T for Turkey v I ve got three Turkish fictions winging their way meward this weekw I ve been remiss about my 2017 reading of Virago and AWS That s because of The Library of Arabic Literature and this Turkish bender I m on Both of which latter have been appealing and rewarding of my predispositions than that two former but which I will promise continue exploring next year as well All is not lostx Y and Zy why where are my mannersz the complete review roundup of links to Turkish Lit review d Tanp nar s get B oh and I m reminded if you don t read Turkish but read Dutch French German there does seem to be many Turkish books available to you One reviewer Comfort of a Man used this phrase One of my criteria for rating a piece of fiction is this What is that fiction to be treated like a side of beef that you d talk about it like that Is that criteria like the USDA poke and sniff

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Old Istanbul aristocrats Turkish teashops imperial diamonds and great and humble mosues are juxtaposed with the almost non descriptive portrayals of neighborhood friendships family relations and local p. Spectacular Turkish modernist novel with all the ingredients ennui noia boredom bourgeois desperation Viennese psychoanalysis Kafkaesue bureaucracy paranoia about internationalization absurdism The plot turns on the idea that people could become interested in synchronizing their watches if only they had the use of handy kiosks throughout the city with trained attendants to help them Tired of Pamuk Uninterested in Shafak Here s your Turkish author Now out in a nice new edition Electing Judges use of handy kiosks throughout the city with trained attendants to help them Tired of Pamuk Uninterested in Shafak Here s your Turkish author Now out in a nice new edition

Free download à PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ¶ Ahmet Hamdi Tanpınar

Ublic figures who could be found in any city in Turkey or perhaps any Eastern setting where the old way of life adopts new and Western counterparts Ahmet H Tanpinar's portrayal of modern post Ottoman Tu. I laid my hopes into The Time Regulation Institute as a classic of modern Turkish literature even before I started reading the novel which I know is wrong But in this case my expectations were even topped Due to its protagonist and narrator this novel could primarily be described as picaresue Hayri Irdal lacks education is poor clumsy and mostly a walking disaster Although the novel is formally divided into four sections in approximately the first half of it we hear about a series of events and anecdotes in which the protagonist s takes on the role of Wile E Coyote walking straight into even the most bizarre mishaps His hazardous episodes including an undead aunt a treasure hunt necromancy and some first takes on psychoanalysis had me laughing tears But as the narrative continues this collective madness becomes less and less funny and rather starts triggering anger and despair Remember how angry one feels while reading The Trial Well this is it It is very Kafkaesue Especially since the second half of the novel introduces the character of Halit Ayarc and the founding of the Time Regulation Institute At that point the setting and time frame become maybe even the most significant elements of the story Turkey is in its political and social transition from the Oriental Ottoman country to a modern European republic That unstable era opens up the possibility for Halit Ayarc the sly and manipulative entrepreneur to emerge or maybe even creates him With a talent to make one trust his word than the own common sense Halit establishes the Time Regulation Institute as a body of highest significance for state progress As the events focus on the Institute the order depicted becomes somewhat of a mixture of Kafka s bureaucracy and Monty Python s Flying Circus The lunacy infiltrated in all segments of life creates among other things experts trying to establish their field of work by analysing their titles and job descriptions or a complete elimination of control since where there is no control there can be no mistakes etc The novel offers a very sophisticated perspective Hayri Irdal is anything but pleasant being selfish irresponsible lazy very easily influenced and a drinker But with all of that he is still not appalling at all That is a brilliant move since everything we see as readers we see from his perspective but still have enough distance to have a different view on characters and circumstances than the protagonist And I believe that such a delicately conducted double view for the reader is the highest of skills The Time Regulation Institute is than anything a document of a country in a time of social and political decline and change In that field and in so many ways it reminded me again and again of Robert Musil s The man without ualities But unlike it this novel reads effortlessly and shows an intelligent and sophisticated sense of bizarre humour