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Summary Jinlar bazmi yoxud katta oyin Download ´ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ✓ Abdulhamid Ismoil Abdulhamid Ismoil ✓ 2 Characters About the life of a great Uzbek. A moving novel about the beloved Uzbek writer Abdulla odiriy a victim of His he s too beastly to name in the novel Great Purge in 1938 along with a raft of Uzbek writers and intellectuals the most famous of whom also grace these pages odiriy wrote the first modern Uzbek novel To be honest I avoid novels where writers write about writing Possibly it s not then fair to say that Abdulla in this novel is the portrait of a writer I have taken most to heart and found most true Unpretentious not self involved except he is so involved in his stories that his wife gets jealous when he weeps over a woman main he has killed off He is so involved that he identifies with Oyxon and comes to see he is telling his own story in hers The background 19th century story is about tyrants like the present There are three women poets There are three local rulers in different ways tyrannical and unworthy There are two English spies for the Great Game becomes an unplanned part of his novel the Englishmen end up in prison too and odiriy hallucinates them in his prison Inside prison for a while there is held a symposium of intellectuals held for being anti Soviet nationalist that is for practising and preserving Uzbek culture The public for this translation might be familiar with China and Tibet This is about Central Asia or Turkestan and cultural obliteration by the Soviet government But the 19th century was not a glory age even though odiriy gets in trouble for writing the first modern novel on Uzbek history Past Days becomes the most celebrated Uzbek writer and suspect to the government Despite this the khans and emirs of Bukhara and Khoand are frivolous thugs euated with the authorities odiriy meets in the present day In the political world the devils dance on just to another tune But the poetry is celebrated as is odiriy s prose and both endangered both stamped out of existence burnt declared unspeakable A library is burnt in the 19th century too Nodira s the poet and ueen Of Nodira at first I thought jealous wife how dull but she is presented as an important poet Abdulla odiriy has an exchange of views in prison about her significance to Uzbek poetry wherein he argues for her and the other inmate against Oyxon becomes wife to three emirs or khans but these are three rapists Three abusers or less brutal She turns to drink She s a poet too but her works are lost odiriy searches for them sure they would tell all about life and be a revelation but then he is arrested Near the end that unabashed entanglement of the author with his character that Ismailov tells us of leads to a tender scene where odiriy and Oyxon each face the worst and encounter the other as a comfort Devils dance too is what Abdulla s mother and father used to warn him about the devils taking over his head if he drifts so into his fictions Abdulla does go mad in prison where his novel is the anchor to hope its continuation a something to do aside from being interrogated its figments visit him in prison But that s a dance worth risking devils for I was frustrated by the translation For a novel that is about literature and that celebrates diversity of language it is a pity that there is no attempt to render the speech ways so important to odiriy the narrator He listens to a fellow prisoner whose speech is ornamented with Persian phrasing and odiriy says he was enchanted not for the content but for the speech but we have read in plain English not distinguished from the passages before and after Nobody wants a dodgy accent but you can differentiate and you can transport embroidery of words into English As the translator notes in his afterword the past and present stories are told in Uzbek s high and low styles There is no indication of this distinction in the English prose I understand we re to be grateful for English translations out of Uzbek because there or less aren t any But I can hope another attempt at translation lies in store for this significant novel Shadowed Stranger except he is so involved in his stories that his wife gets jealous when he weeps over a woman main he has killed off He is so involved that he identifies with Oyxon and comes to see he is telling his own story in hers The background 19th century story is about tyrants like the present There are three women poets There are three local rulers in different ways tyrannical and unworthy There are two English spies for the Great Game becomes an unplanned part of his novel the Englishmen From Sinner to Saint end up in prison too and odiriy hallucinates them in his prison Inside prison for a while there is held a symposium of intellectuals held for being anti Soviet nationalist that is for practising and preserving Uzbek culture The public for this translation might be familiar with China and Tibet This is about Central Asia or Turkestan and cultural obliteration by the Soviet government But the 19th century was not a glory age The Murders in the Rue Morgue even though odiriy gets in trouble for writing the first modern novel on Uzbek history Past Days becomes the most celebrated Uzbek writer and suspect to the government Despite this the khans and His Mistletoe Bride emirs of Bukhara and Khoand are frivolous thugs Octopussy and The Living Daylights euated with the authorities odiriy meets in the present day In the political world the devils dance on just to another tune But the poetry is celebrated as is odiriy s prose and both Octopussy and The Living Daylights endangered both stamped out of Octopussy existence burnt declared unspeakable A library is burnt in the 19th century too Nodira s the poet and ueen Of Nodira at first I thought jealous wife how dull but she is presented as an important poet Abdulla odiriy has an Fifth Avenue Uptown Tale Blazers exchange of views in prison about her significance to Uzbek poetry wherein he argues for her and the other inmate against Oyxon becomes wife to three Power Engineering emirs or khans but these are three rapists Three abusers or 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about literature and that celebrates diversity of language it is a pity that there is no attempt to render the speech ways so important to odiriy the narrator He listens to a fellow prisoner whose speech is ornamented with Persian phrasing and odiriy says he was The Story Within enchanted not for the content but for the speech but we have read in plain English not distinguished from the passages before and after Nobody wants a dodgy accent but you can differentiate and you can transport Küsse niemals einen Filmstar Liebe nach Drehschluss 2 embroidery of words into English As the translator notes in his afterword the past and present stories are told in Uzbek s high and low styles There is no indication of this distinction in the English prose I understand we re to be grateful for English translations out of Uzbek because there or less aren t any But I can hope another attempt at translation lies in store for this significant novel

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Summary Jinlar bazmi yoxud katta oyin Download ´ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ✓ Abdulhamid Ismoil Abdulhamid Ismoil ✓ 2 Characters Writer Abdulla adyri incidental. The edition I read was translated by Donald Rayfield and John FarndonOn New Years Eve 1938 the writer Abdulla odiriy is taken from his home by Soviet soldiers and thrown into prison To distract himself from the physical and mental torture he experiences he attempts to mentally reconstruct the novel he was working on A novel about Oxyon a Uzbek poet and ueen who was married to three khans in succession and lived how Abdulla now does in constant fear of execution As Abdulla gets to know his cellmates he discovers about the political intrigue that happened during Oxyon s time about the English and Russian spies and how it has similarities with his own experiences As Adulla identifies with Oxyon and the line between fiction and reality the past and present blurs and his inability to trust his own mind could be his downfallThis was a very interesting book It s a difficult book to describe as it s a story within a story There s Abdulla s life in jail the fellow prisoners he meets some of which he knew from life outside prison and others he had just met There s the soldiers and interrogators that make his life hell and he s on a constant knife edge not knowing who he can trust or why he s been imprisoned Then there s the historical story of Oxyon her different husbands her time as a part of a harem and her poetry This story takes place in the 1800 s and as it progresses you can see how events then can be compared to life in 1930s UzbekistanAs I read The Devils Dance I figured out that Oxyon s story and the different characters mentioned in that part were real historical figures though some of what was written may have been fictionalised However I didn t realise until to the Translators Afterword that Abdulla odiriy was a real person too It s documentary fiction imagining what his experience in jail was like and how he coped Learning this gave The Devils Dance a new meaning in my mind It made it sad and made me understand Abdulla and his actions The Devils Dance was a bit hard to comprehend at times As the story progresses the jumps between the present Abdulla in jail and the past spies khans and poet ueens became less clear To begin with the shifts between time and story were obvious due to the formatting of the book but as Abdulla gets and lost inside his own head these stories start to overlap Also as I have no knowledge of the khans ueens and political turmoil historically present in Uzbekistan and the surrounding area it was new to me and it was sometimes hard to follow these historical figures and their actionsThat being said I enjoyed how The Devils Dance showed me a part of the worlds history that I knew nothing about The different people and how they interact was fascinating Clearly a lot of thought and research had gone into this book as you follow Oxyon s life and the traumas she facesThe Devils Dance is well written Not only is there the text but there s a lot of poetry in it too This poetry is from historical poets like Cho lpon and ueens like Oxyon and Nodira The poetry adds another level of meaning to the book as characters both with Abdulla in jail and with Oxyon in a palace express themselves through poetryThe Devils Dance is an interesting read It s tough to get through sometimes because of the brutality Abdulla faces and how it merges two stories separated by 100 years together but the language used in it is often beautiful It s a fictional take on real historical events but with a basis in research as so many historians and writers are mentioned by Abdulla and others each looking at evidence and having a different idea as to what truly happened

Summary Jinlar bazmi yoxud katta oyin

Summary Jinlar bazmi yoxud katta oyin Download ´ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ✓ Abdulhamid Ismoil Abdulhamid Ismoil ✓ 2 Characters ‘Dance of Devils’ is a novel. The Devil s Dance by Hamid Ismailov was a challenging read for a number of reasons It is a story within a story of the historical 19th Uzbek female poet who is forcibly married to three Khans in a row as told by Abdulla ordiriy an Uzbek writer who has been imprisoned in a Soviet NKVD facility in 1938 This is a translated novel translated from the Uzbek which the translator isn t trained in but the Soviet translation was too full of problems his afterword was fascinating There is poetry on almost every page also translated and most assuredly full of layers of meaning that I grasped only some of the timeJust reading it dense prose and long chapters proved a challenge But also the way violent acts are mentioned in passing can get hard to deal with as a reader the violence against women but also the mind games in the prisonBut I can now say I have read a novel from Uzbekistan and this translation won a major translation award It must have been uite the feat


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    EBOOK DOWNLOAD Jinlar bazmi yoxud katta oyin AUTHOR Abdulhamid Ismoil A moving novel about the beloved Uzbek writer Abdulla odiriy a victim of His he’s too beastly to name in the novel Great Purge in 1938 along with a raft of Uzbek writers and intellectuals the most famous of whom also grace these pages odiriy wrote ‘the first modern Uzbek novel’ To be honest I avoid novel

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    EBOOK DOWNLOAD Jinlar bazmi yoxud katta oyin AUTHOR Abdulhamid Ismoil Download ´ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ✓ Abdulhamid Ismoil Abdulhamid Ismoil ✓ 2 Characters The novel follows two intertwined stories; firstly the incarcerated dissident writer Abdulla who is imprisoned for supposed nationalist sympathies in 1930's Uzbekistan and secondly Oxyon a tragic figure in the story Abdulla is writing Their stories are in many ways analogous; both are imprisoned at the whim of despotic rulers Abdulla at the hands of the ceaseless hands of the Soviet state and Oxyon's at the hands of her tyrannical and obs

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    EBOOK DOWNLOAD Jinlar bazmi yoxud katta oyin AUTHOR Abdulhamid Ismoil Summary Jinlar bazmi yoxud katta oyin This novel translated from Uzbek is one of the 3 finalists in the newly established EBRD international prize is a complex meta fictional work based on 2 historical time periods The main frame of the story takes place in the 1930’s when an actual famous Uzbek author is imprisoned by Communist authorities During this time we see the novel he had been writing as he continues to compose it mentally The 2 stories

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    EBOOK DOWNLOAD Jinlar bazmi yoxud katta oyin AUTHOR Abdulhamid Ismoil Abdulhamid Ismoil ✓ 2 Characters Download ´ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ✓ Abdulhamid Ismoil I was in prison with himThere are novels that make all other novels fade There are novels that transform the world while you’re reading them Many writers in the USA try for the Great American Novel few succeed This however is a truly great no

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    Abdulhamid Ismoil ✓ 2 Characters Download ´ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ✓ Abdulhamid Ismoil Summary Jinlar bazmi yoxud katta oyin The edition I read was translated by Donald Rayfield and John FarndonOn New Years Eve 1938 the writer Abdulla odiriy is taken from his home by Soviet soldiers and thrown into prison To distract himself from the physical and mental torture he experiences he attempts to mentally reconstruct the novel he was working on A novel about Oxyon a Uzbek poet and ueen who was married to three khans in succession and lived how Ab

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