The Museum of Innocence

The Museum of Innocence

Orhan Pamuk

出版社

Knopf

出版时间

2009-10-20

文件格式

EPUB

文件大小

0.69MB

评分

★★★★★
内容简介

“It was the happiest moment of my life, though I didn’t know it.” So begins the new novel, his first since winning the Nobel Prize, from the universally acclaimed author of Snow and My Name Is Red. It is 1975, a perfect spring in Istanbul. Kemal, scion of one of the city’s wealthiest families, is about to become engaged to Sibel, daughter of another prominent family, when he encounters Füsun, a beautiful shopgirl and a distant relation. Once the long-lost cousins violate the code of virginity, a rift begins to open between Kemal and the world of the Westernized Istanbul bourgeosie—a world, as he lovingly describes it, with opulent parties and clubs, society gossip, restaurant rituals, picnics, and mansions on the Bosphorus, infused with the melancholy of decay—until finally he breaks off his engagement to Sibel. But his resolve comes too late. For eight years Kemal will find excuses to visit another Istanbul, that of the impoverished backstreets where Füsun, her heart now hardened, lives with her parents, and where Kemal discovers the consolations of middle-class life at a dinner table in front of the television. His obsessive love will also take him to the demimonde of Istanbul film circles (where he promises to make Füsun a star), a scene of seedy bars, run-down cheap hotels, and small men with big dreams doomed to bitter failure. In his feckless pursuit, Kemal becomes a compulsive collector of objects that chronicle his lovelorn progress and his afflicted heart’s reactions: anger and impatience, remorse and humiliation, deluded hopes of recovery, and daydreams that transform Istanbul into a cityscape of signs and specters of his beloved, from whom now he can extract only meaningful glances and stolen kisses in cars, movie houses, and shadowy corners of parks. A last change to realize his dream will come to an awful end before Kemal discovers that all he finally can possess, certainly and eternally, is the museum he has created of his collection, this map of a society’s manners and mores, and of one man’s broken heart.

A stirring exploration of the nature of romantic attachment and of the mysterious allure of collecting, The Museum of Innocence also plumbs the depths of an Istanbul half Western and half traditional—its emergent modernity, its vast cultural history. This is Orhan Pamuk’s greatest achievement.

土耳其作家奥尔罕·帕慕克是享誉国际的土耳其文坛巨擘。1952年出生于伊斯坦堡,在伊斯坦布尔科技大学主修建筑。

1979年第一部作品《塞夫得特州长和他的儿子们》得到《土而其日报》小说首奖,并在1982年出版,1983年再度赢得奥尔罕·凯马尔小说奖。

1983年出版第二本小说《寂静的房子》,并于1991年获得得到欧洲发现奖,同年出版法文版。

1985年出版第一本历史小说《白色城堡》,这本小说让他享誉全球,纽约时报书评称他:“一位新星正在东方诞生——土耳其作家奥尔罕.帕慕克。”这《The Museum of Innocence》荣获1990年美国外国小说独立奖。

1990年出版《黑书》是一个里程碑,这本小说让他在土耳其文学圈备受争议的同时也广受一般读者喜爱。法文版获得了法兰西文化奖。1992年他以这本小说为蓝本,完成《隐蔽的脸》的电影剧本。

1997年《新人生》一书的出版在土耳其造成轰动,成为土耳其历...

用户评论
2016-2017跨年读完的第一本书。读的过程中吐槽过数次,对故事情节充满了各种鄙夷和震惊,行文间不乏絮叨、啰嗦之处,看得我数次翻白眼… 可读到最后几章关于创作此书和创建博物馆的部分时,又突然觉得趣味横生。最后一句话竟然害我流泪了,唏嘘感慨了良久。【作者真是煞费苦心,下了一盘很大的棋… 掩卷的一刻,真想马上飞去伊斯坦布尔,去参观纯真博物馆啊啊啊!
也许让他的心狂跳不已的一定是真的爱情,为社会伦理道德夭折的爱情即使短暂,也让人唏嘘不已,爱没有先来后到谁对谁错,真爱或许最终会让彼此回到身旁,或许只剩下怀念和悔恨
有情最似无情。内含博物馆门票,出游带上!
一本书,一个世界。作者自己的痕迹有些重,书中的那个世界,让我时而溶化进去,感受得到那份情感的痛彻心骨,时而又掉落出来,冷眼相向,挑三拣四。。。。。。
选这本书是冲着作者去的。我很少读诺贝尔文学奖获得者的作品,那天在图书馆突发奇想想试试,况且我的土耳其文学作品的经验几乎为零。快要听完了,没觉得很特别。只是作品在展现一个极端自私的jerk方面非常成功。全书是以这个jerk的口吻来叙事,听的时候就像他在给你讲他是如何无耻的觉得世界背负了他伤害了他,标题说的这个白无瑕博物馆更是这个sob变态自私的顶峰体现。有意思的是小说里不经意地地揭示了这个jerk的长成源,那就是他那个同样自私无耻的妈。说他sob一点也不亏待他。是不是土耳其的异域风情特别重啊…
已参观纯真博物馆。在土耳其度假结束的头天读完了这本书
so very sad
原来读这版的人并不多……我目前大概读到一半的地方,在他无休止的絮絮叨叨痛楚和低落这几十页里我差点就没耐性往下读了,但是词句还是写得很美的。就当自己去伊斯坦布尔度了个假好了。继续……
An enthralling, remarkable piece of storytelling. The reading experience is not exactly a joyride, and one who seeks to “like” the protagonist misses the point. Pamuk takes us on strolls through Kemal’s mind and through Istanbul’s streets and alleys. Through Pamuk’s delicate, miniature-like prose, we feel- and suffer from- the symptomatic hüzün.
私以为,整部小说围绕的主题词应该是“性”。正是性的不开放,酿就了这个美丽的悲剧。 其实看的是德文版。小说略冗长,但也可以说内心描写很细致,突出了男主性格的懦弱。在土耳其度假时真的去了这座纯真博物馆,拿着书要到了一个签章。这种把书和现实世界联系起来的形式很微妙,博物馆里每件东西都熟悉的仿佛是老朋友。这个半实半虚的写法还是蛮独特的。
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