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Beni Asla B rakma Yat l okul Hailsham n rencileri bah e duvar n n arkas ndaki karanl k ormandan ok korkarlar Hafta sonlar veya tatillerde evlerine gitmez Hailsham dan nceki ya amlar n hat rlamazlar D d nyayla ba lant

Yat l okul Hailsham n rencileri, bah e duvar n n arkas ndaki karanl k ormandan ok korkarlar Hafta sonlar veya tatillerde evlerine gitmez, Hailsham dan nceki ya amlar n hat rlamazlar D d nyayla ba lant lar yoktur retmenler de il, g zetmenler taraf ndan e itilirler Spora ve sanata b y k nem veren g zetmenler, Hailsham rencilerine s rekli zel olduklar n Yat l okul Hailsham n rencileri, bah e duvar n n arkas ndaki karanl k ormandan ok korkarlar Hafta sonlar veya tatillerde evlerine gitmez, Hailsham dan nceki ya amlar n hat rlamazlar D d nyayla ba lant lar yoktur retmenler de il, g zetmenler taraf ndan e itilirler Spora ve sanata b y k nem veren g zetmenler, Hailsham rencilerine s rekli zel olduklar n hat rlat r ve bedenlerine ok iyi bakmalar gerekti ini tekrarlar.Kazuo Ishiguro, yay mland y l Time taraf ndan ngilizce yaz lm en iyi 100 roman listesine al nan Beni Asla B rakma da, y k ma g t rece ini bile bile kendi kaderini kabullenenlere odaklanm g r n yor.

  • ☆ Beni Asla Bırakma ô Kazuo Ishiguro Mine Haydaroğlu
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  1. Kazuo Ishiguro Mine Haydaroğlu says:
    Kazuo Ishiguro or is a British novelist of Japanese origin and Nobel Laureate in Literature 2017 His family moved to England in 1960 Ishiguro obtained his Bachelor s degree from the University of Kent in 1978 and his Master s from the University of East Anglia s creative writing course in 1980 He became a British citizen in 1982 He now lives in London.His first novel, A Pale View of Hills, won the 1982 Winifred Holtby Memorial Prize His second novel, An Artist of the Floating World, won the 1986 Whitbread Prize Ishiguro received the 1989 Man Booker prize for his third novel The Remains of the Day His fourth novel, The Unconsoled, won the 1995 Cheltenham Prize His latest novel is The Buried Giant, a New York Times bestseller He was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature 2017.His novels An Artist of the Floating World 1986 , When We Were Orphans 2000 , and Never Let Me Go 2005 were all shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize.In 2008, The Times ranked Ishiguro 32nd on their list of The 50 Greatest British Writers Since 1945 In 2017, the Swedish Academy awarded him the Nobel Prize in Literature, describing him in its citation as a writer who, in novels of great emotional force, has uncovered the abyss beneath our illusory sense of connection with the world.

Comment 284 on “Beni Asla Bırakma

  1. Trevor says:
    It is a pity that people are told this is a science fiction book before they read it I feel the least interesting thing about it is that it is science fiction I mean this in much the same way that the least interesting thing one could say about 1984 is that it is science fiction As a piece of literature I enjoyed it much than Margaret Atwood s Oryx and Crake and even than Huxley s Brave New World The themes that make this book most interesting are to do with the social alienation of groups of [...]

  2. Michelle says:
    I can seeNever Let Me Go being great for book clubs because it will generate a lot of discussion.That being said, I didn t care for the book, for a couple of different reasons The writing style is very conversational very much like you re having a discussion with the protagonist The thing that annoyed me the most about this was the fact that the things that happened so bob and I went walking to the store and we had a fight about the tree at school and then the writer would tell you about the tre [...]

  3. Shannon (Giraffe Days) says:
    It s very important, if you re intending to read this book, that you don t read any reviews or listen to any talk about it first I had no idea what this book was about before I read it and the blurb gives you a very different impression, actually and so I slipped easily into a story that was as engrossing as it was revealing.If you know something about what to expect, though, I don t think you ll enjoy it nearly as much It s a bit like an art installation that requires audience participation you [...]

  4. Fabian says:
    Ah, f kin British writers My inclination to adore everyone from Evelyn Waugh to Charles Dickens, from Alex Garland to Zadie Smith seems very ingrained deep in me, primordial, there must be SOME reason why I find most English fiction so alluring I think it has mostly to do with mood.The best book I ve read all year not including Graham Greene s The Quiet American is about a microsociety of students in a boarding school hybrid named Hailsham While there they do rounds and rounds of arts and crafts [...]

  5. Ian "Marvin" Graye says:
    Imagine a restaurant, London, mid 2003.Publisher Hey, K, we need another novel and we need it quick.K I know, I know.Publisher Another Remains of the Day Something Hollywood can turn into a hit.K I m working on it.Publisher Any ideas K Well, I ve been reading some Jonathan Swift.Publisher Who K You know, Gulliver s Travels.Publisher Oh, yeah, Jack Black It s in pre production.K Well, he had a modest proposal about how to stop the children of the poor being a burden Publisher I m with you, yep, d [...]

  6. Tatiana says:
    Let me start by saying that my review might contain some plot spoilers However I personally don t think that knowing the plot in advance will in any way diminish the enjoyment of this story The beauty of this book is not in the plot, but in its execution.Another friendly warning Never Let Me Go is for some reason often classified as science fiction This is why so many readers end up disappointed I think This novel is literary fiction at its finest So if you look down on literary fiction and cons [...]

  7. Esteban del Mal says:
    I had previously avoided this book, having heard it referred to as British science fiction And when I hear British science fiction, I think of Dr Who Then I think about all those childhood snuff film fantasies where Captain Kirk zaps him Phasers set to kill, dammit Inter dimensional traveling dandies in phone booths are the exception to Federation regulations What is it about the British, anyway A phone booth That s Superman s bag, baby Superhero envy much The sun may have never set on the Briti [...]

  8. Seth T. says:
    I m always excited when I run across a novel that is, so far as I can tell, essentially perfect Never Let Me Go is one of those There is not a single thing wrong with this book Ishiguro is a master craftsman and it shows here.The novel s characterizations are pitch perfect Its narrative flow reveals things in exactly the right order Mystery is preserved until it no longer matters and then, under the light of revelation, we discover the mystery was never the thing that mattered Ishiguro plays wit [...]

  9. Madeline says:
    You know those random stock characters in sci fi action movies, the ones who never get names or any lines They re always spending their precious few minutes of screen time getting shoved out of the way as the hero hurtles desperately down a hallway, or watching from a safe distance as a climactic fight goes on, or diving out of the way whenever a murderous cyborg smashes through their office window Have you ever wondered what those people s lives were like Have you ever thought to yourself, Man, [...]

  10. Bookdragon Sean says:
    The thing I enjoy most about Ishiguro s writing is the sheer level of depth he gets into his characters he captures all the intensity of real emotions whether they are self serving or destructive His writing style is simple, plain even, but he builds up many layers within his story telling to unleash the full symphony of conflicted feelings in powerful bursts However, for all his talent, I don t think this novel was as effective asThe Remains of the Dayor evenWhen We Were Orphans.This is his mos [...]

  11. Jim Fonseca says:
    I had this book on my TBR shelf for years without realizing that it was essentially dystopian science fiction.The main character is a woman in her early thirties reflecting back on her life as a child at a private school in England Kids in the school grew up in an isolated but almost idyllic setting not knowing their parents but realizing somehow they were special After finishing school they live together in small groups in cottages before heading out into the world on their own The story is set [...]

  12. Juushika says:
    As a child, Kathy H attended Hailsham, an elite boarding school where children were raised to be both healthy and artistic and taught to believe that both their health and creativity were essential to themselves and to the world they would one day enter Now an adult, Kathy reflects back on her life She charts the very slow progression of her growth, her friendships with fellow students Tommy and Ruth, and her knowledge, as she herself gradually began to learn about her role in the outside world [...]

  13. Scarlet says:
    Despair That s what I felt after reading this book The kind of despair that suffocates you, that makes you want to break things, or, at the very least, go out for a run so you can let out the agony bubbling inside you.It s ironic, but Never Let Me Go is about three friends who are destined to let go of everything their bodies, their dreams, their lives and the people they love And there s NOTHING they can do to avoid that fate.I hate what this book did to me I hate the author for creating a semb [...]

  14. Adina says:
    Just announced as Winner of the Nobel Prize 2017 Well deserved I believe a good book transmits a feeling, happiness, sadness, outrage etc Of i do not feel anything after I read a certain book I do no consider it was worth it And this book defenitely made me feel something What I cannot put it into words A feeling that made me take a break from the for two weeks but also made me return to it when I felt I was in the right spirits I do not know why but I really liked this book It is quite differen [...]

  15. Maxwell says:
    I ll admit, reading a book that you love for the second time is a scary thing I read Never Let Me Go for the first time 2 and a half years ago, and I loved it I read it within 24 hours on a vacation, and it whisked me away from that trip I was on, taking me to 1990 s England, and into the lives of these children growing up and learning the harsh reality of their world But it also reminded me of the beauty of friendship, the complicated nature of relationships, the importance of art, and most imp [...]

  16. l a i n e y says:
    My very first Kazuo Ishiguro s work Certainly not the last.This book aggressively provoked emotions in me without ever being that emotional at all It didn t whine didn t scream at me, just smoothly narrated the story to me, very matter of factly, even at times in a detaching way And yet, the sadness I felt after finishing it, and even before that, was so disproprotionate, it took me wholly by surprise.It wasn t a love at first sight by any means, I needed a whole month to finish it The first tim [...]

  17. Jen Campbell says:
    Still remains one of my all time favourites.

  18. Lisa says:
    Originality Functionality Individuality Community Friendship Love Justice What is the defining feature of humanity And who is entitled to that definition Raising harrowing questions in a dystopian England, Never Let Me Go seems to be one of those highly divisive books that you either love or hate with a passion I loved it, every single word of it, from the beginning to completion To complete, a word that implies a special kind of duty and function in the strange alternative post 1945 society des [...]

  19. Cecily says:
    Very disappointing, despite a promising opening It is a ridiculous story that is increasingly badly told If you don t want to know the key plot point, beware of reading the back cover of some editions GENREAlthough often classed as sci fi, I think that s because dystopian fiction is often categorised that way, rather than anything inherently sci fi in the book itself In fact, it doesn t even feel dystopian for a while In many ways, it s of coming of age novel coping with loss of innocence and [...]

  20. Stephen says:
    A major disappointment Ishiguro starts with an interesting premise but makes very little out of it, and ends up with a limp, unsatisfying story.Some of the positive reviews about this book seem a little strained we re supposed to reflect on the similarity of our own doomed lives to those of the clones But it doesn t really wash There s never a sense that any of the characters are struggling with the dead serious issues that make life worth living they re herded from stage to stage like cattle, m [...]

  21. Nandakishore Varma says:
    I loved this novel not so much for its gothic darkness, but for the questions it raised It seems chillingly plausible that any cruelty, carried on long enough, will be accepted as the norm by humanity especially if it benefits the majority like providing an endless supply of organs We manage this by dehumanising the victims India s untouchables and America s slaves are just two of the examples Even when we, as enlightened human beings, look back in disgust at such historical injustices, shouldn [...]

  22. Kevin Ansbro says:
    You know those irritating people who talk to children and old people as if they were babies, in a puerile, singsong voice Well, those idiots sprang to mind as I endured the narrative voice of this glacially slow yawnfest of a novel.This is a book so plodding, so dreary and so pretentious that I gave up on it one third of the way through.With a less than pleased harrumph, I shoved it into a slot on my bookshelf alongside The Remains of the Day, which I d bought at the same time, anticipating dual [...]

  23. *TANYA* says:
    UmI m sorry but I just didn t like it Insert frowny face A few times I thought okay, here we go But then nope, nothing, nada The majority of the book felt like an epilogue.

  24. Mary ~Ravager of Tomes~ says:
    The first note I want to make about this book is to clarify from the Publisher s Summary that it is not an edge of your seat mystery I wouldn t even factor the mystery element of this story into deciding whether or not you want to read it The primary categorization I d use is Dystopian I must admit that when I picked it up, I was looking forward to a dark mysterious tale, and that isn t altogether what I got from this book so I can t help but feel let down in some ways I am hoping that by mentio [...]

  25. Emer says:
    Thought provoking.Life shattering Gut wrenching Searingly painful Utterly beautiful A story about what it means to be truly human five stars So you re waiting, even if you don t quite know it, waiting for the moment when you realise that you really are different to them that there are people out there who don t hate you or wish you any harm, but who nevertheless shudder at the very thought of you and who dread the idea of your hand brushing against theirs The first time you glimpse yourself thro [...]

  26. Lawyer says:
    Never Let Me Go, Kazuo Ishiguro s Examination of Science and MoralityIt was a warm spring afternoon, late in the semester The windows of Ten Hoor Hall were open The swarms of honey bees could be heard, hard at work in white blooms bursting from the hedge of abelia that ran across the front of a concrete and brick neo classical building that housed the history, philosophy, and speech departments on the Campus of the University of Alabama.That was the day I determined not to pursue my intended car [...]

  27. Pooja says:
    YOU MUST READ THIS BOOK I adore this book like anything.As I was reading this, I went on weeping, crying as Kathy, Tom and Ruth s story bestowed melancholy and grief upon me I will never forget that evening Whole night, I read it in one seating and when I was finished, I looked around me, it was morning 7 O clock, I was not sure if I felt sleepy or not I was awestruck with its concept and attached to Kathy.I tried to look for some happy memories attached with me while reading this,None found.Wou [...]

  28. Jessi says:
    Somtimes sad is ok If you are looking for something Ok sad , might I recommend Sad Keanu.See it is sad, but kind of funny and people can have fun and have had fun for quite sometime Sad Keanu in a boat Sad Keanu watching footballand my personal favourite Sad Keanu with panda.With Never Let Me Go there is no fun to be had here,none Not only is it sad and depressing as shit, it is also cold It is set in England which goes without sayingdamp the worst kind of cold The teachers are cold, Ruth is col [...]

  29. Victoria says:
    I finally finished reading this book Finally is the key word At first I thought the problem was with me too busy to read, but now that I ve finished it, I realise that the book itself was the problem I ve never read any Kazuo Ishiguro s works before, but this book is just pure boredom.Now don t get me wrong, the idea, the story, the characters are amazing But the writing itself is simply horribly tedious Right after finishing the book I downloaded the movie based on it It s one of those rare cas [...]

  30. Emma says:
    When I watched you dancing that day, I saw something else I saw a new world coming rapidly More scientific, efficient, yes More cures for the old sicknesses Very good But a harsh, cruel world And I saw a little girl, her eyes tightly closed, holding to her breast the old kind world, one that she knew in her heart could not remain, and she was holding it and pleading, never to let her go That is what I saw It wasn t really you, what you were doing, I know that But I saw you and it broke my heart [...]

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