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35: Orhan Pamuk: The Museum of Innocence: Orhan Pamuk in conversation with Chandrahas Choudhury Author of many celebrated books, including 'The Museum of Innocence', 'Istanbul' and 'Snow', Nobel Laureate Orhan Pamuk discusses his life and work, in conversation with writer Chandrahas Choudhary
A Book Review - Nights of Plague by Orhan Pamuk We have been keeping informing you for a long time about Turkish series, dramas, and more similar news. This is only because we know that you love those works and we also know that Turkey is satisfyingly good at it. However, we also know that you are familiar with Turkey’s Nobel-winning author Orhan Pamuk. So, here is his new shocking novel named “Nights of Plague” (Veba Geceleri) published on March 2021.
As soon as the novelist’s new book took its place on the shelves of the book markets, it went viral. What also makes this novel so special is that the timing of the book! Orhan Pamuk said, “I had been pondering about this novel for 40 years and have been writing it over the last four years.” It means that it is as if the great Turkish novelist has foreseen the Covid-19 is coming, —one of the worst things in history that has ever happened to humanity…

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Orhan Pamuk: The Boon of Staying Weird for Artists and Writers To see a transcript or eyeball art mentioned in this podcast go here.To be charming and subscribe to The Charmed Studio blog go here.O'Keeffe the Thief: What Georgia Stole and Why, Charmed Studio podcast.Geeky mythological link on Junos and Genies in the religion of Ancient Rome.Info on writing coaching for artists with Thea.
163: Rosecrans Baldwin (EVERYTHING NOW: LESSONS FROM THE CITY STATE OF LOS ANGELES) & Orhan Pamuk's ISTANBUL Rosecrans Baldwin drops into the Damn Library's online zoom space to chat all about Los Angeles, the subject of his new book, Everything Now: Lessons from the City-State of Los Angeles. We get into many of the things that make up Los Angeles, how it's different from Paris, and how the book's structure was inspired by Wittgenstein. He also brings along Orhan Pamuk's Istanbul: Memories and the City, and we all talk about melancholy before we talk about hot tubs and granola bars. Get right in, the water's fine.contribute! https://patreon.com/smdbfor drink recipes, book lists, and more, visit: somanydamnbooks.commusic: Disaster Magic(https://soundcloud.com/disaster-magic)  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Orhan Pamuk - 82 - Alain Elkann Interviews NIGHTS OF PLAGUE. Orhan Pamuk is a Turkish novelist and recipient of the 2006 Nobel Prize in Literature. He is Professor of the Humanities at Columbia University’s School of the Arts in New York. He has sold over thirteen million books in sixty-three languages.
1.2x Bonus: Orhan Pamuk reads and glosses the end of Snow Pamuk plays scholar and novelist both. He reads the cheekily postmodernist final page of his novel Snow, while also talmudically interspersing comments on the text.



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1.2 That Demonic Novelistic Impulse: Orhan Pamuk with Bruce Robbins (JP) In Episode Two of Novel Dialogue, critic and scholar Bruce Robbins sits down with Nobel Laureate Orhan Pamuk. They have taught classes on the political novel together at Columbia for years, and it shows. They ask how the novel can ever escape its roots in middle-class sensibility and perspective: Joseph Conrad comes up, but so does modern Brazilian film. Then they discuss the demonic appeal of Russian novels—and why retired military officers produced so many great Turkish translations of Russian novels.



We hear tantalizing details about Pamuk’s forthcoming pandemic novel, Nights of Plague. He discusses his move away from &#8220;highbrow ironical postmodernist&#8221; fiction and reveals his affection for talking about politics&#8211;along with his distaste for what the consequences of speaking out may be. &#8220;I am not shy about talking&#8230;but there are consequences!&#8221;



Finally, he tells Novel Dialogue what he did to celebrate the news of his Nobel, which came on &#8220;a surrealistic day.&#8221;







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City of God (Brazilian film, 2002)Joseph Conrad (Under Western Eyes, Nostromo)Ivan TurgenevGayatri Spivak, “Can the Subaltern Speak?”Karl Marx, “18th Brumaire of Louis Napoleon”Fyodor Dostoyevsky, The Demons (1871-2), A Writer’s Diary,James Joyce, Dubliners Louis Aragon, (Zolaesque romances at the end of his career), AurélienVladimir Nabokov, Lolita







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P.S. bonus track coming&#8230;&#8230;. If you can&#8217;t get enough Pamuk, tune in tomorrow to hear him do both a reading and an impromptu commentary on the final few paragraphs of his beloved novel Snow.
Orhan Pamuk at the Sharjah International Book Fair 2019 (04.11.19) Listen to #Pulse95Radio in the UAE by tuning in on your radio (95.00 FM) or online on our website: www.pulse95radio.com

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