Bilge Karasu A Long Day's Evening

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A Long Day's Evening

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Turkey's great experimental modernist pens a philosophical novel in three parts about desire, faith, and the psychology of prohibited love. A relationship between two Byzantine monks in the 8th-century iconoclastic period provides a meditation on faith, memory and love. The dualities of dogma and faith, custom and law, truth and lie, image and signification, individual and society, East and West, Byzantium and Rome, are embodied in a story of prohibited love and devotion to the Unseen. It is a Turkish masterpiece.

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Description du livre City Lights Books, United States, 2012. Paperback. État : New. 213 x 127 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book. One of Turkey s most interesting modern writers. --Booklist When the Emperor of Byzantium orders the destruction of all religious paintings and icons, Constantinople is thrown into crisis. Fear grips the monastery where Andronikos, a young monk, is thrown into a spiritual crisis. Amidst stirrings of resistance he decides to escape, leaving behind his beloved Ioakim, who must confront his own crisis of faith and decide where to place his allegiance. The dualities of dogma and faith, individual and society, East and West, are embodied in a story of prohibited love and devotion to the unseen. Bilge Karasu (1930--1995) was born in Istanbul. Often referred to as the sage of Turkish literature, during his lifetime he published collections of stories, novels, and two books of essays. The other is usually construed as a person or society removed from us by space. But Karasu has chosen to study his other across the divide of time, pushing readers to compare the profound identity crises engulfing individuals in ancient Byzantium to those in the early Turkish Republic. In doing so, Karasu shows the futility of separating ourselves from others -- and the social upheaval that results when we do. --Time Out Istanbul. N° de réf. du libraire AAS9780872865914

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