Der Derwisch und der Tod

Der Derwisch und der Tod Der Derwisch und der Tod f hrt in das Bosnien des Jahrhunderts zur ck Der fromme Scheich Ahmed Nurudin wird aus der friedlichen Ruhe des Derwischklosters gerissen sein Bruder Harun ist von den osma

  • Title: Der Derwisch und der Tod
  • Author: Meša Selimović Werner Creutziger
  • ISBN: 9783701308378
  • Page: 419
  • Format: Paperback
  • Der Derwisch und der Tod f hrt in das Bosnien des 18 Jahrhunderts zur ck Der fromme Scheich Ahmed Nurudin wird aus der friedlichen Ruhe des Derwischklosters gerissen sein Bruder Harun ist von den osmanischen Machthabern, die auch ber die Provinz Bosnien gebieten, verhaftet worden Beim Versuch, seinem Bruder zu helfen, ger t auch der Derwisch in die F nge der osmaniscDer Derwisch und der Tod f hrt in das Bosnien des 18 Jahrhunderts zur ck Der fromme Scheich Ahmed Nurudin wird aus der friedlichen Ruhe des Derwischklosters gerissen sein Bruder Harun ist von den osmanischen Machthabern, die auch ber die Provinz Bosnien gebieten, verhaftet worden Beim Versuch, seinem Bruder zu helfen, ger t auch der Derwisch in die F nge der osmanischen Justiz sp ter wird er an die Spitze einer bosnischen Erhebung gestellt, verr t jedoch, im alten religi sen Ordnungswahn befangen, die Sache der Aufst ndischen wie schlie lich sogar seinen besten Freund In drastischen Bildern spiegelt sich die grausame Geschichte einer Region zugleich aber weitet sich der Roman zu einem gro en Traktat ber die Fragen von Macht und Auflehnung, Vertrauen und Verrat, von Leben und Dogma.

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    1. «Μην παίζεις με τα σκοτάδια μουΕκεί ούτε εγώ πατάω»Πριν ξεκινήσω το σχολιασμό σχετικά με αυτό το σπουδαίο βιβλίο, θα ήθελα να κάνω μια προσωπική διευκρινιστική δήλωση. (Θα ήταν εξαιρετικά ανακριβές, ανούσιο και προσβλητικό αν προσπαθήσει οποιοσδήποτενα τοποθετήσει τη μεγ [...]

    2. Imagine a bag of candy with 455 pieces of the most delicious pieces of candy inside. Each is so delicate and mouth-watering that you feel the need to expand the joy to as many minutes as possible, and it sweetens the soul, just like it does the tongue.This is basically what this book was like to me. It's not an easy read (and thank God for that), but it's great literature. Such great literature.The book (written 1962-66 and a classic in Yugoslav literature) is set in Sarajevo under Ottoman rule [...]

    3. "كنت أعتقد أن العدل ضرورة" هذا ما كان يعتقده الشيخ أحمد نور الدين الدرويش الذي يعرف الحق لكنه لا يعرف كيف يدافع عنهويحزن للظلم ولا يعرف كيف يسعى للحصول على العدلتحتجز السلطة أخوه بدون وجه حق, ويتردد في عمل ما يجب عليه عمله لإنقاذهفهل العدالة لابد أن تتحقق بوسائل وأساليب نزيهة [...]

    4. Svjesna sam da ce ovaj osvrt biti u potpunoj opreci ocjeni ★★★★★ koja je navedena poviše, ali samo vrhunska knjiga može potresti osjecaje toliko da je zavolis ili zamrzis.Citajuci pocetak i primjecujuci gotovo ludjacku opsjednutost grijehom koja je izvirala iz glevnog lika, sjetila sam se svih ljudi koji su mi knjigu preporucili ili pohvalili. Tko je tu lud? Pisac, oni ili ja? Toliko je realno lik docaran.Realan ili ne, prezirem ga svakom strunom svog, nadam se, zdravog razuma. Opter [...]

    5. Meša Selimović je bio genije. Dostojevski naših krajeva, definitivno. Kako je uspio tako uvjerljivo dočarati čovjeka toliko nabijenog emocijama, strahovima i obzirima, i usput nam otkrivati tako divne, tužne i istinite misli o životu! Uživala sam u svakoj toj misliBilo je teško gledati sa strane kako se taj derviš uništava, kako sve one iluzije koje je imao o životu i ljudima propadaju u vodu i on sam postaje ono što je prezirao. Bilo je tako tužno to promatrati i znati da ne može [...]

    6. أي حجر من الأساس في داخلي تزحزح فأخذ كل شيئ في التداعي و الإنهيار؟تقع أحداث الرواية في القرن 18 في البوسنة " ساراييفو" خلال الحكم العثماني وتحكي عن الشيخ أحمد نور الدين شيخ التكية المولاوية و المحارب السابق والذي كان يؤمن بان السلطة هي مرادفة للعدل و الامن حتى أعتقل اخوه و قتل [...]

    7. Bila sam skeptična prije početka čitanja, što zbog velikih očekivanja, što zbog toga što su Selimovićevih citata pune društvene mreže. Tad obično bježim glavom bez obzira. Ne što citati nisu dobri, niti što mi je mrsko da otkrivam nešto u čemu već gomila ljudi uživa, naprosto, bila sam zasićena Selimovićem i prije nego sam ga ikad za ozbiljno uzela u ruke. Prvi puta, bilo je to sredinom srednje škole, znala sam već tada da je djelo veliko i zahtjevno, međutim bila sam nedo [...]

    8. All we try to do in life is have a congruent and balanced view about the world, people and what's happening around us. And we try to protect our safe zone often ignoring and dismissing the things that not fit in our congruent view about the life. We believe in that we live in a just world, suffering people suffer because they must have done something to deserve this (!) And, what happens if our congruent world attacks us from behind and then we become the object of injustice? Can we manage to pr [...]

    9. ENGLISH "People despise everyone who succeeds and hate the ones who surpass them. Get used to scorn if you want peace and hate if you agree to fight" BOSNIAN “Ljudi preziru sve one koji ne uspiju, a mrze one koji se uspnu iznad njih; Navikni se na prezir ako želis mir, ili na mržnju ako pristaneš na borbu” _________________________I read this book back in high school and it was a school assignment. The writer of this book is from the city where I went to school. Our teacher urged us to re [...]

    10. This book is a huge favorite of mine and I'm quite surprised that I haven't written about it - yet.But I'm here now to correct that and to pay homage to this unprecedented masterpiece of, I dare to say, world literature.When I first came across this book, I was frankly very, very, unimaginably young and even more so immature. But, even at that period in my life, I din't fail to recognize that this novel is like a rare diamond that not many people are allowed to discover,understand and accept.Not [...]

    11. My closest Bosnian friend gave this to me after I'd read Ivo Andric's Bridge on the Drina. This is not as accessible a book as Andric's masterpiece. Drawing a comparison, Andric is Tolstoy while Selimović is Dostoevsky. While Andric gives you everything you need to know to appreciate his book, Selimović presupposes the reader knows enough to fill in the background.

    12. Proza, a poezija. Hrana za dušu. Čista umetnost. Nije za svakoga, ali ni ne može da bude, a to ne kažem zato što sam intelektualni snob, već zato što da li će vam se ova knjiga svideti zavisi gotovo isključivo od vašeg senzibiliteta.

    13. Čitao bih ovu knjigu godinu dana, reč po reč, da mogu što više da upijem svaku reč, svaku maestralnu rečenicu. Sjajno sjajno sjajno.

    14. Malo je pisaca s ovih prostora koji znaju pisati kao Selimović .Ovo je poezija u prozi, pjesma o samoći, odvojenosti od svijeta i tuzi zbog izgubljene ljubavi.

    15. (After lots of thought) I was going to rate this book either one star or five stars. I chose to give it the five stars and to rate myself with one, for not being able to understand ANYTHING going on in it I totally failed me, cause even I can see that this is a world masterpiece and truly about subjects that interest me immensly: the Balkans, history, religion, inner turmoils, being ethical when everyone around you isn't, moral dilemmas that break a person. But my God, its writing style filled w [...]

    16. I read this book long time ago. Regarding Meša Selimović as an author, there can only be one conclusion - almost every sentence of his novels could be copied, memorized and quoted somewhere. His genius cannot be completely translated into foreign languages. The true heart of his recountals and descriptions is hidden in and interwoven with delicate fibres of his native language, Serbo - Croatian.

    17. Мислим да се о најомиљенијој књизи нема шта рећи. Ненормално је колико ова књига сједа. од трећег средње па до данас.

    18. Nasıl başlasam bilemiyorum. Önce çevirmeni öveyim, çevirmen Mahmut Kıratlı inanılmaz zengin bir Türkçeyle çevirmiş kitabı Sırpça'dan. Ahmet Cemal'den beri bu kadar takdir ettiğim bir çevirmen çıkmamıştı. Meşa Selimoviç'e gelince, şiir gibi bir roman yazmış. İnsan ruhunu ters yüz etmiş, kitap 450 sayfa olmasına rağmen hızla okudum. Hele son iki günde 200 sayfayı devirdim. Selimoviç'in kendi kardeşinin haksızca öldürülüşü üzerine kaleme aldığı bu ro [...]

    19. An epic Balkan book. What is it about? As in his other masterpiece, Tvrđava, Selimović posits the issues of his time (post-WWII Yugoslavia) in a more distant past, which allows him to not only cast those issues in a more objective light, but also to explore that little-known past and bring it to life. The main issues dealt with by the book are injustice, and how individuals operate in a totalitarian regime: the plots, manipulations and kickbacks that are necessary to get anything done. Like th [...]

    20. A book about self analysis. A book about sacrifice. A book about life, religion, feelings and the impact of the society on a religious figure not really able to adapt and become what was expected of himjust another slave to his consciousness. This story is a powerful psychological drama, filled with philosophical view of the world. Ahmed Nurudin, a derviš (poor muslim ascet), must find a way to cope with the world that's surrounding himhe must try to explain to himself the arrest of his brother [...]

    21. Jedna od mojih omiljenih recenica ikada: "Cetrdeset mi je godina, ružno doba: covjek je jos mlad da bi imao zelja, a vec star da ih ostvaruje"

    22. This is why I love translated fiction: a book written in the 1960s, which took 30 years to be translated into English and has languished in relative obscurity since, but an outstanding read.The plot of the Death and the Dervish is relatively straightforward. The narrator, a Dervish living in Ottoman-ruled Bosnia, has his life turned upside down when his brother is arrested. The novel tells of his Kafkesque struggles with the authorities to discover of what his brother id accused, his desparate a [...]

    23. I read this novel as part of regular secondary literary educational programme yet i rested on a partial incomprehension of its content. I think what was difficult at first was the fact that the narrator or the the first person of this story his story and history is the chief of Tekia, Muslim soufi religious place and his solitary preoccupation more mundane things, of daily level of day-to-day morality. Still, the book is excellent. One cannot deny the fact. There is everything one has to wish fo [...]

    24. This was a difficult book to read. Not because the author has no skills. Not because the storyline is boring or confusing. At it's best, which is a great deal of the time, the book is lucid, interesting, compelling even, and easily relatable for the reader. Written almost entirely in the first person of the main character, it is often like walking around inside someone's head, listening to them sharing their thoughts with you, and occasionally just slipping off to talk only to themselves. And th [...]

    25. Dervis ve Ölüm: Ben bu kitaba nasıl denk geldim, nasıl oldu da rafta gözüme çarptı ve ben nasıl oldu da ölüm lafına hiç takılmadan bu kitabı alıp iki günde okudum hiç anlamış değilim. Bu zamana kadar hiç duymamış dahi olmamı büyük kayıp saydım. Okudum en etkili romanlardan -ya da psikanaliz mi demeliyim- biri.Öncelikle çevirisi muhteşem. Mahmut Kıratlı müthiş bir dil zenginliği ile çevirmiş. Bence en az yazar Mesa Selimovic kadar Mahmut Kıratlı da türkç [...]

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