Dişlerimin Hikâyesi #2020

Dişlerimin Hikâyesi By Valeria Luiselli Seda Ersavcı Di lerimin Hik yesi a da edebiyat n en yarat c en ayr ks ve zg n seslerinden biri olan Valeria Luiselli den karnaval ayar nda muazzam bir roman Di lerimin Hik yesi Al akl n gizli tarihinden a z bo lu una uzanan sanatt
  • Title: Dişlerimin Hikâyesi
  • Author: Valeria Luiselli Seda Ersavcı
  • ISBN: 9786055903664
  • Page: 210
  • Format: Paperback
  • Dişlerimin Hikâyesi By Valeria Luiselli Seda Ersavcı a da edebiyat n en yarat c , en ayr ks ve zg n seslerinden biri olan Valeria Luiselli den karnaval ayar nda muazzam bir roman Di lerimin Hik yesi Al akl n gizli tarihinden a z bo lu una uzanan, sanattan sepete t rl ya amsal mevzuya dokunan bir baba o ul yk s ve dahas , daha fazlas Luiselli, edebiyat n olanaklar n kutsad ve hik yecilik sanat n m thi bir a da edebiyat n en yarat c , en ayr ks ve zg n seslerinden biri olan Valeria Luiselli den karnaval ayar nda muazzam bir roman Di lerimin Hik yesi Al akl n gizli tarihinden a z bo lu una uzanan, sanattan sepete t rl ya amsal mevzuya dokunan bir baba o ul yk s ve dahas , daha fazlas Luiselli, edebiyat n olanaklar n kutsad ve hik yecilik sanat n m thi bir maharetle masaya yat rd bu roman yla okuruna hodri meydan diyerek kurmacayla dansa kalk yor Ama ne dans Virginia Woolf un depresyonundan Marcel Proust un tlerine varana de in, hayatta nem arz eden her eyden ve herkesten bir par a bar nd ran Di lerimin Hik yesi, yazar kestirilebilir s n rlar i inde kalem oynat rken g rmek isteyenlere inat kelimenin tam manas yla bir c mb kopar yor ve okurunu bu enlikli oyuna davet ediyor.Di lerimin Hik yesi, anlatmak i in ya ayanlar n ve anlat dan beslenerek ya ama tutunanlar n kitab Gerisi mi Gerisi safi edebiyat.
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    1. Valeria Luiselli Seda Ersavcı

      Valeria Luiselli was born in Mexico City in 1983 and grew up in South Africa Her novels and essays have been translated into many languages and her work has appeared in publications including the New York Times, Granta, and McSweeney s Some of her recent projects include a ballet libretto for the choreographer Christopher Wheeldon, performed by the New York City Ballet in Lincoln Center in 2010 a pedestrian sound installation for the Serpentine Gallery in London and a novella in installments for workers in a juice factory in Mexico She lives in New York Cityffeehousepress authors v


    1. My luck was without equal, my life was a poem, and I was certain that one day, someone was going to write the beautiful tale of my dental autobiography.Literature has a unique role in the discussions of truth and ideas When we tell a story we dress the themes and messages up in an elegant wardrobe of fiction and send them out to seduce the audience Fiction and lying may seem like blood relations, yet the major function of a lie is to deceive while fiction s function is to illuminate The stories [...]

    2. Suppose, if you can, or if you will, that after a night of revelry and telling each other stories lies , C sar Aira and Enrique Vila Matas somehow managed to conceive a child a love child, if you will a child who grew up as an amazingly gifted and surprising author whose stories about stories a gift from EV M s Y chromosome might take off on any and every tangent imaginable a gift from CA s Y chromosome imagine a child who grew up to be Valeria Luiselli.In The Story of My Teeth, Gustavo Sanchez [...]

    3. Your typical one star five star split so I m sitting out the provision of stars for this one Iridescent and irritating, admirable and abominable, loved it, hated it, made me want to read a thriller sans pics, chronology, fortune cookies, kitschy collectibles, literary reference Never believed in Highway s existence even if disbelief was intentional Interesting which writers get mentioned in books like these a genre is forming someone s probably already written an essay and named it Borges, Walse [...]

    4. Y l n ilk kitab na evirilerini ok be endi im, birikimine ok g vendi im Seda Ersavc n n nerisi ile ba lad m Siren Yay nlar taraf ndan bas lan, Seda Ersavc taraf ndan dilimize kazand r lan eser ger ekten i inde ok enteresan bir roman bar nd r yor Buna bir roman diyebilir miyiz Hele o son sayfalara yakla t k a bizi yerden yere arpan garip detaylar, al nt lar, foto raflar ve sorulu cevapl b l m Ustaca sokaklarda dola t r yor, mezatlara kat l yor ve akl m z ba m zdan al p ba ka birine, uygun bir fiya [...]

    5. I think I was really taken with the title of this one, but I probably should have read about it It really wasn t for me I found it mildy amusing at best and really just finished it to finish it It fits into a tradition of Latin American surrealist absurdist literature and I like the story behind it of a collaboration with workers at a juice factory but this ode to storytelling didn t do much for me Calling it a novel is pushing it.

    6. My TeethMy teethAre younger than I amYet crumble awayInside my head.My eyes My age Grow dim.My feetAlthoughNo younger than IHave taken meA journeyTo mountain topsThrough forest gladesAlong seashoresUp stone stepsOver bridgesAnd no returnThe hips grate The knees creakBut the feetObliviousGo on.

    7. A novel s narrator introduces himself as charismatic on the page, this would alert the reader to suspect a buffoon, and unreliability From the voice of a professional audiobook reader, however, there is doubt the correlation between sound and assertion seems like a statement of believeable positive qualities, similar to what s found on a CV or job application And when an author has created an opposite sex narrator, does hearing the story from someone whose gender corresponds to the narrator s p [...]

    8. Kitap olduk a g zel K sa ve z fikrim bu Ama s ylemek istedi im o kadar ok ey var ki, kafam allak bullak Kitap hakk nda orada burada yaz lanlara bakt m da enlikli bir oyun denmi hep, do ru da, kurgusu falan ok zekice, gel gelelim beni o k sm etkilemedi Muhtemelen yine gariplik bende Kitab n ba kahraman Gustavo Sanchez Sanchez beni mahvetti Neden mi Bana bir kere daha unu hat rlatt ki Ger ek dedi imiz ey, g sterge ve anlamdan ibaret de il Durun, ok buland rmadan anlatmaya al yorum, tamam Kitab n u [...]

    9. Pieces of text commissioned by an art gallery from giant industrial juice company Jumex, that should tell you something The great authors of history never treated a novel as a custom made product, but as an exploration of the human condition.I find the story of the genesis of this product book disturbing so the original idea was to explore the relation between factory workers and their surroundings with the art gallery, Instead of that we get a postmodern exposition of writers that Luiselli admi [...]

    10. I m the best auctioneer in the world, but no one knows it because I m a discreet sort of man My name is Gustavo S nchez S nchez, though people call me Highway, I believe with affection I can imitate Janis Joplin after two rums I can interpret Chinese fortune cookies I can stand an egg upright on a table, the way Christopher Columbus did in the famous anecdote I know how to count to eight in Japanese ichi, ni, san, shi, go, roku, shichi, hachi I can float on my back.This is the story of my teeth, [...]

    11. My three four star rating is on the fence I think I don t know enough yet to really review it, so I confess I will have to investigate further I need to hear about her and from critics that know about the situation she is writing about.I heard about this book from many Best of 2015 lists, and liked the concept of the book The sort of fabulist tale of an auctioneer, Gustavo Highway Sanchez, who is actually an auctioneer of famous people s teeth The text is part novel, part meditation, part art, [...]

    12. with faces in the crowd, it seemed rather evident that we d only begun to see the depths of valeria luiselli s literary talents given that the young mexican author is barely into her 30s the story of my teeth la historia de mis dientes , happily, is as imaginative and richly conceived a novel as her first if vila matas, aira, and borges all of whom figure into the tale had collaborated together on a book about a storytelling auctioneer with an affection for literature, we might have seen somethi [...]

    13. I first learned of this book on the 2016 Tournament of Books Longlist When I found it at the library, the description made me laugh, in fact all the back says is, Some men have luck, some men have charisma I ve got both I m the best auction caller in the world, my name is Gustavo Sanchez Sanchez, and this is the story of my teeth If that makes you laugh the rest of the book probably will too Because of how the book was written, the entire thing feels rather meta and episodic The author wrote it [...]

    14. You could call this book experimental, or unclassifiable you could call it a novel or a collection of vignettes It is also a work of art in the paper form, is delightful, humorous, and distinctly literary Though barely a novel in the usual sense, it does tell a story, evoke a place, and is definitely about teeth.I happen to like all of the above, though I ve not had much attention on teeth in my lifetime Come to think of it however, my mother had dentures from an early age and I do recall many s [...]

    15. Early in 2013 Valeria Luiselli was commissioned to write a work of fiction for the catalogue of The Hunter and the Factory, an exhibition at the Jumex gallery, a prominent collection of contemporary art owned by the Grupo Jumex a juice factory located in Ecatepec de Morelos, the industrial wasteland on the outskirts of Mexico city The exhibit, and Luiselli s commission, aimed to interrogate the links between the gallery and the factory, the artists and the workers, and the town itself as both a [...]

    16. this book has many fine features and I might describe it as a rollicking descent into absurdity It didn t work for me though It reminded me of that series about miss peregrines home for children a story propelled by a method that is suited to a writing exercise, but better excused from efforts for full length novelization There just wasn t enough substance to justify the fetishization of the process And the process wasn t enough to justify the novel So, meh.

    17. Crazy, strange, funny, clever, original, unique, fresh, delightfull Between gasps of laughter and having to read certain phrases and passages two times thinking No, did she really write this A small book to reread and make people happy by giving it as a present Everyone knows that horses have no compassion, I told Alan Pauls If a horse sees you standing in front of it, crying, it just chews its hay and blinks You start crying harder, your eyes overflowing with tears and pain, and the horse lifts [...]

    18. M thi bir anlat m, lg n bir kurgu, cesur bir yazar eviri de ok g zel Uzun s redir b yle bir yazara rastlamam t m hem de 83 do umlu, ya as n , edebiyat n nelere g c n n yetebilece ini hat rlatt Bu kitab 2018 de bir daha okuyaca m.

    19. How could you not like this book It has a little bit of everything touch and feel Even the book itself, the artwork, the actual paper grade of substance The story behind the story is just as delightful showing a collaborative spectacle of values collage period place materiality I m reminded of a film admired The Milagro Beanfield War one of whose main character an elderly Mexican village faux sorcerer rings close to this book s protag in thought deed as he charms readers imaginations like tooth [...]

    20. Weird title, weird story that I found weirdly hilarious I kept trying to figure out what kind of humor this book was giving me It s not American comedic humor we get from Steve Martin or Tina Fey, it s not British humour we get from P G Wodehouse, it s the kind of humor that these one liners make my torso twitch once with a slight ha I had to look up the author, Valeria Luiselli to figure out that this might be Mexican humor This is a good one to listen to audio as the convincing voice of Highwa [...]

    21. This was a strange book but definitely an interesting read Really enjoyed the first half, but the second half went a bit over the edge for me Liked the themes of storytelling and really enjoyed the main character, but this whole thing feels a bit like an experiment of sorts, one I m not sure I really understand It feels like it s trying, but it s not quite there.I will give this book one thing though, and it s that I ve thought a lot about it since I finished it.

    22. Muy mala, mal sima de veras.El recurso de usar nombres de escritores famosos es aburrido,infantil y muy poco original.La historia es tonta, parece de un principiante de taller literario inexperto y con poca imaginaci n.Lo lei porque un diario argentino reconocido hizo una critica excelente del libro, pero no entiendo que le vieron.Un desastre por donde se mire, un desperdicio.No lo recomiendo.No me interesa esta autora tan tonta.

    23. bazi hikayelerin gercek olup olmamasi onemli degildir okuduktan sonra sizin neye inandiginiz, nasil olmasini duslediginiz kadardir bazi kitaplar iste tam da oyle bir kitap dislerimin hikayesi ben otoban a ve onun hikayelerine inandim cunku gordum ki kahramanimiz otoban da, yazar da muhtesem hikaye anlaticilar kahramani niye ayirmiyorum da yazarla birlikte aniyorum peki cunku ana kahramanimiz sanchez yani nami diger otoban o kadar gercek, o kadar ete kemige burunmus ki onu o karikaturize olmus ha [...]

    24. A note this was not as good as Faces in the Crowd, but I feel this got considerably notice and acclaim than that earlier book If you read and enjoyed this, go check out Faces in the Crowd and, if you re considering this, go check out Faces in the Crowd.That out of the way, this is an entertaining, funny read with a larger than life narrator whose tentative relationship with the truth slowly blurs the lines between story and storyteller There s a nice shift towards the end of the book before the [...]

    25. Several years later, while eating king prawns with his friend Sergio Pitol, in the town of Potrero in Veracruz State, Mr Vila Matas told Pitol about the episode with the tooth However, in the middle of his story, a molar did in fact come loose, and fell into his plate of king prawns Mr Sergio Pitol, who is a man of great wisdom and mysticism, asked Vila Matas to give him the molar, as he knew a shaman in the town who buried the teeth of the best men and women, and with them conducted a white mag [...]

    26. The Story of My Teeth is a most unusual book It s very clever and very witty but I can t say that I really enjoyed reading it.Valeria Luiselli is a rising star in Mexican literary circles and this novella is published by Granta The blurbs praise her intellect and her mastery of prose The book itself is a postmodern pastiche of styles which come together to explore the value of the things we buy and the way that celebrity attaches itself to consumer goods to inflate the price All you need is a go [...]

    27. What an original and strange book It is a genre defying exploration of art and very different from anything I ve read so far in my life The book is hard to describe, because there s the narrative aspect, the philosophical and cultural discussions, photos, and the book itself is beautiful as well I love the collaborative aspect, and how even the translation into English changed the novel obvious reasons aside, there s also a section focusing chronologically on events that took place during the ti [...]

    28. Behind on my reviews but would suggest reading the afterword and perhaps Christina McSweeney s Chronologic immediately preceding the afterword first Otherwise, you may have, like me, the sense of reading a very clever and rather pleasant elaborate in joke about modern art, literature and critical theory that is largely going over your head.

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