Carnivalizing the Turkish Novel : Oguz Atays Dialogue with the Canon in the Disconnected - Gürle, Meltem

Carnivalizing the Turkish Novel : Oguz Atay's Dialogue with the Canon in the Disconnected

Meltem Gürle

Yayınevi: Peter Lang

Yayın tarihi: 08/2012

ISBN: 9783631634592

İngilizce | 200 Sayfa | 14,6x20,32x1,27 cm.

Tür: Edebiyat İncelemesi

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Oguz Atay's 1971 novel "The Disconnected [Tutunamayanlar]" is distinctly unique, but it can also be read as a response to Joyce's "Ulysses" - a singular and a very Turkish response. Any review of "The Disconnected" begins with the humble acknowledgement of its vast frame of reference, the multiplicity of the voices and styles that it presents, and finally its resistance to being translated into another language. What makes it interesting for the readers of modern literature, however, is not only the variety of idiosyncrasies and verbal conventions, but also its critical attitude towards Turkey's project of modernity. Drawing on Bakhtin's theory of the novel, this study traces the echoes of carnival laughter in "The Disconnected" while establishing Atay's work as a world text in dialogue with the masters of the canon: Shakespeare, Goethe, Dostoevsky, Joyce, and others.

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