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My Fathers Suitcase Two Years Before His Death, My Father Gave Me A Small Suitcase Full Of His Writings, Hand Writings And Notebooks Orhan Pamuk Gave A Speech Called My Father S Suitcase When He Received The Nobel Prize In Literature In December 2006 This Emotional Speech Which Sincerely Conveys The Spirit Of Pamuk S Thirty Two Years Of Writing Effort, Had A Deep, Worldwide Impact This Book Combines My Father S Suitcase Which Is A Basic Text About Writing And Living With Pamuk S Two Other Speeches In Which The Same Subjects And Problems Are Discussed From Other Perspectives The Implied Author , The Speech That Pamuk Gave When He Received The Puterbaugh Prize Given By World Literature Magazine, In April 2006 Is About The Psychology Of Writing And The Urge And Adventure Of Being A Writer Pamuk S Other Speech, In Kars And In Frankfurt That Was Given When He Received The Peace Prize Given By The German Publishers Associations In October 2005 Is Investigating The Power Of The Writer To Put Himself In Another S Place And The Political Consequences Of This Very Natural Human Talent My Father S Suitcase Consists Of Three Speeches That Are Seen As A Whole By Their Writer.It S A Unique, Personal Book On What Writing Is, How To Become A Writer, Life And Writing, The Writer S Patience And The Secrets Of The Art Of Novel From The Author S Website

  • Paperback
  • 24 pages
  • My Fathers Suitcase
  • Orhan Pamuk
  • English
  • 17 June 2017
  • 0571238610

About the Author: Orhan Pamuk

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10 thoughts on “My Fathers Suitcase

  1. says:

    With this As you know, the question we writers are asked most often, the favourite question, is why do you write I write because I have an innate need to write I write because I can t do normal work like other people I write because I want to read books like the ones I write I write because I am angry at all of you, angry at everyone I write because I love sitting in a room all day writing I write because I can only partake in real life by changing it I write because I want others, all With this As you know, the question we writers are asked most often, the favourite question, is why do you write I write because I have an innate need to write I write because I can t do normal work like other people I write because I want to read books like the ones I write I write because I am angry at all of you, angry at everyone I write because I love sitting in a room all day writing I write because I can only partake in real life by changing it I write because I want others, all of us, the whole world, to know what sort of life we lived, and continue to live, in Istanbul, in Turkey I write...

  2. says:

    I write because I have an innate need to write I write because I can t do normal work like other people I write because I want to read books like the ones I write I write because I am angry at all of you, angry at everyone I write because I love sitting in a room all day writing I write because I can only partake in real life by changing it I write because I want others, all of us, the whole world, to know what sort of life we lived, and continue to live, in Istanbul, in Turkey I wr...

  3. says:

    This was published in its entirety in the December 25, 2006, issue of the New Yorker just a few weeks after Mr Pamuk gave the address I was blown away by the force of the writing, and not long after reading it, I bought his novel Snow The serendipty of reading the transcript of this short talk set me on a particular reading path Searching out and reading the works of Nobel laureates While I ve only read one other novel by Pamuk My Name is Red, in January of this year , it lead me to Jos S This was published in its ...

  4. says:

    I was just blown away by this Nobel lecture Even though I m not a writer, I can completely relate to it Every sentence is a gem The way Pamuk paid tribute to his father moved me a great deal Because, like him, my reading habit is very much influenced by my father If it were not for my father, I would never have had this love for books He taught me to read, to save money for the summer book fair, to use the bookmark and not to disrespect the book by folding its pages, to tr...

  5. says:

    Tre conferenze dello scrittore, di cui la prima che d il titolo al libro, il discorso di ringraziamento per il conferimento del Nobel, quello da cui sono tratti i seguenti brani Da leggere, per chi sente profondamente scrittura e lettura come momenti imprescindibili del divenire chi si E il senso del lavoro di un uomo che si chiude in una stanza e che, seduto a un tavolo, ritirato in un angolo, si esprime per mezzo di carta e penna vale a dire il senso della letteratura La vera Tre conferenze dello scrittore, di cui la prima che d il titolo al libro, il discorso di ringraziamento p...

  6. says:

    Kendi hikayemizden ba kalar n n hikayeleri gibi ve ba kalar n n hikayelerinden kendi hikayemizmi gibi bahsedebilme h neridir edebiyat.

  7. says:

    Simply i love this man

  8. says:

    My Father s Suitcase The Nobel LectureTwo years before his death, my father gave me a small suitcase filled with his writings, manuscripts and notebooks Literature is what a person creates when he shuts himself up in a room, sits down at a table, and retires to a corner to express his thoughtsA writer is someone who spends years patiently trying to discover the second being inside himThe starting point of true literature is the man who shuts up in room with his booksAs for my place in the worl My Father s Suitcase The Nobel LectureTwo years before his death, my father gave me a small suitcase filled with his writings, manuscripts and notebooks Literature is what a person creates when he shuts himself up in a room, sits down at a table, and retires to a corner to express his thoughtsA writer is someone who spends years patiently trying to discover the second being inside himThe starting point of true literature is the man who shuts up in room with his booksAs for my place in the world in life, as in literature my basic feeling was that I was not in the center I felt that my father had read novels to escape his life and culture and flee to ...

  9. says:

    As for my place in the world in life, as in literature, my basic feeling was that I was not in the centre In the centre of the world, there was a life richer andexciting than our own, and with all of Istanbul, all of Turkey, I was outside it Today I think that I share this feeling with most people in the world In the same way, there was a world literature, and its centre, too, was very far away from me Actually what I had in mind was Western, not world, literature, and we Turks we As for my place in the world in life, as in literature, my basic feeling was that I was not in the centre In the centre of the world, there was a life richer andexciting than our own, and with all of Istanbul, all of Turkey, I was outside it Today I think that I share this feeling with most people in the world In the same way, there was a world literature, and ...

  10. says:

    It did not sound like a speech but a story a thought provoking, moving, dazzling story which made me feel ashamed, because I am yet to explore this wonderful man s oeuvre Spare a few minutes and read this You won t regret it.

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