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Book Title: Ödlekler Cesurdur|
The author of the book: William Saroyan
Edition: Aras Yayıncılık
Date of issue: February 2001
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Format files: PDF
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Ödlekler Cesurdur, William Saroyan dizisinin ilk kitabı, Saroyan ile Türkiyeli okuru buluşturma gayesinin ilk adımı. Yüreği Bitlisli ninelerinden, dedelerinden dinleyerek öğrendiği Anadolu toprağında, Bitlis'te kalmış bir Amerikalı Ermeni'nin dünyasını merak edenlere eşsiz bir fırsat...
Ödlekler Cesurdur öykülerinde anlatılan kendilerini yaşadıkları yere ait hissetmeyenlerin dramıdır.
Saroyan'ın öykücülüğü öylesine özgün, dili öylesine akıcı ve iğneleyicidir ki, bu tarz zamanla edebiyat eleştirmenlerince «Saroyanesk» diye adlandırılmıştır. Yapıtlarındaki yalınlık, içtenlik benzersizdir.
Bir solukta okuyacağınız 14 öyküden oluşan William Saroyan'ın bu kitabı, sizi yüzyılın başından alıp Bitlis, Erzurum, Trabzon, Marsilya, New York, Fresno yolunda yaşanan açlık, yoksulluk ve güvensizlik içinde bile yaşama sevinçlerini kaybetmeyen küçük insanların dramı ile günümüze taşıyacaktır.
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Read information about the authorWilliam Saroyan was an American - Armenian author. The setting of many of his stories and plays was Fresno, California (sometimes under a fictional name), the center of Armenian-American life in California and where he grew up.
Saroyan was born in Fresno, California to Armenian immigrants from Bitlis, Turkey. At the age of three, after his father's death, Saroyan was placed in the orphanage in Oakland, California, together with his brother and sister, an experience he later described in his writing. Five years later, the family reunited in Fresno, where his mother, Takoohi, secured work at a cannery. He continued his education on his own, supporting himself by taking odd jobs, such as working as an office manager for the San Francisco Telegraph Company.
Saroyan decided to become a writer after his mother showed him some of his father's writings. A few of his early short articles were published in Overland Monthly. His first stories appeared in the 1930s. Among these was "The Broken Wheel", written under the name Sirak Goryan and published in the Armenian journal Hairenik in 1933. Many of Saroyan's stories were based on his childhood experiences among the Armenian-American fruit growers of the San Joaquin Valley, or dealt with the rootlessness of the immigrant. The short story collection My Name is Aram (1940), an international bestseller, was about a young boy and the colorful characters of his immigrant family. It has been translated into many languages.
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