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Author: Ann Brashares, Book: Zovem se sjećanje () in PDF,EPUB. review 1: This book explores the theme of incarnat. Zovem se sjećanje - Ann Brashares. by Moderna vremena R.E.A.D. [BOOK] The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants (PDF) Read Online by Ann Brashares. R. Kreutel) 15 ISBN //23/3 Zovem se Crvena / Orhan Pamuk; translated from / [Things that one should know] Sjećanje ostaje / Tarik Dursun K.; .
Apart from the general lack of social or cultural interest in Turkey and contemporary Turkish issues, the indifferent reaction to this thematic issue must have also been due to the inexpert choice of short stories and particularly the unsatisfactory quality of translation the contributions had been translated by a number of different persons , since some of them were mediocre, as if done by students. I have a few peeves with this book. That is important to emphasize because several Turkish books have been translated from English, among others the first novel by Orhan Pamuk ever published in Croatia, The White Castle see Bibliography. Contracts sometimes contain paragraphs mentioning royalties and additional fees if the translation is published in more than one medium, yet these sums are insignificant when compared to the prospective profit of the publisher. Only her father and brother stood behind her, still she learned to accept her faith and make the best out of it.
Mercan, N. As for his prose writings, only some short stories were translated: That, however, happened only to some extent: Demirel were established, but the relations with the Arab countries did not evolve in the same direction there is still no chair of Arabic Studies in Croatia. With the foundation of the chair, conditions were created for an institutional involvement with Turkish language, culture, and literature, as well as the training of Croatian scholars and translators in the field of Turkish Studies.
And yet, another decade was to pass before the Croatian public would rediscover the Turks and Turkish culture, especially through literature and film.
Recently, Turkish soap operas have become extremely popular with the general public! Naturally, Croatian interest in Turkish literature has coincided with the success of Orhan Pamuk on the international literary scene.
Nevertheless, this observation is by no means intended to underrate the significance of those first translations. The collection was translated from English by famous Croatian poet and translator Luko Paljetak. On the occasion of his visit to Croatia, he was presented with a personal copy of the book. Publishing and the Translation Market in Croatia — An Overview During the Croatian Liberation War in the first half of the s, the Croatian book market was in a severe crisis; while a considerable number of citizens were fighting for survival, cultural interests could have only secondary significance.
Many respectable publishing houses that had been closely linked with the system of conducting business in Yugoslavia and depended on its large market now had to be closed down. The Ministry of Culture began to show considerable understanding for the need of developing the publishing and library activity, various sponsoring resources were established, and the Ministry also obliged itself to purchase a certain number of all published books for the Croatian libraries.
These statistical data are the best testimony of the stabilization and development of publishing activity in Croatia. Cultural magazine and book catalogue], which was extinguished in Between and , KIS also produced some of the most crucial statistics about the relationship between Croatian books and translations, which shows a tendency of increase even dominance!
English has also served as the most frequent intermediary language for literary works translated from languages that the Croats experience as distant.
That is important to emphasize because several Turkish books have been translated from English, among others the first novel by Orhan Pamuk ever published in Croatia, The White Castle see Bibliography. Even though the situation has meanwhile improved, especially in Serbia, some differences may have remained relevant. The Serbian market is larger: One must also keep in mind that the state subsidies, as seen from the acquisition system, are far larger in Croatia.
That is indeed a huge divergence, even if considering the fact that in Croatia books are about twice more expensive. The concentration of capital had already advanced in Croatia by that time, whereas in Serbia it became manifest only recently — in , there were 5 publishing houses with over employees in Croatia and only one publisher of this size in Serbia.
It is only since the fall of SFRY and the proclamation of Croatian independence in that we can speak of an autonomous Croatian book market. Until that time, it was part of the Yugoslav book market, although with a high degree of cultural and linguistic, even financial independence.
BiH and Montenegro have only recently, in their independent states, started profiling their own literary and linguistic identities. Wars of the s raised new barriers, communicational and cultural, which have become permeable only in the past decade, so that in the past few years we have witnessed a new convergence of these literary domains.
Translations of books by Orhan Pamuk into Croatian, Bosnian, and Serbian have been good indicators of the complex problem of these relationships. The same text, however, is considered in Croatia to be a Croatian translation, whereas in Bosnia and Herzegovina it is considered a Bosnian translation cf. Buybook has published six such translations: It shouldbe added that the Serbian publisher advertised it in the following words: This is an opportunity for the readers in Serbian language to be among the first in the world after the original language to witness the process in which the Turkish laureate came to receive the Nobel Prize Of course, the same translation in Bosnia is considered to be Bosnian, not Serbian.
The fact that, on the level of standardization, Croatian, Serbian, Bosnian, and even Montenegrin idioms are varieties of the same language makes it additionally difficult to enforce the issues of copyright in cases of unauthorized appropriation, usage, or plagiarism.
In Feral Tribune no. There was no legal trial because of the lack of international regulations concerning copyright between the countries of former Yugoslavia.
Translations from Turkish into Croatian 1. However, if one takes into account the fact that during the almost fifty years of socialism fewer books were translated than after the achievement of Croatian independence, it seems that the situation has improved after all.
Whereas in the former translations from Turkish were published in small editions and the readership consisted largely of Muslims living in Croatia, in the latter Pamuk became one of the most popular foreign authors, whose novels are continuously sold in editions that are very large for Croatian circumstances. According to our estimation, the Croatian translation of My Name Is Red was alone sold in some 15 thousand copies. Book Publications by Genre As for the genres of translated Turkish books, only two of the published 12 translations 2.
Within the latter genre, there is a huge disproportion between prose 11 titles and poetry 1 title. Owing to the grave economic problems, which have had a strong impact on the publishing activity and the book market, it is quite unlikely that an anthology of contemporary Turkish poetry might appear soon, although that would certainly contribute to the cultural life of Croatian readers.
Other Publications Table of translations of Turkish authors in periodicals: The item marked with 4 is an extensive selection of various texts published in the Kolo journal ed.
The aim of this enterprise was to acquaint the Croatian readership with Turkish authors from the field of humanistic and social sciences, as well as literature, and the idea to include such a contribution was inspired by the great interest for Orhan Pamuk in Croatia.
Translations from Croatian into Turkish Only one! Two books by other authors were translated via English: Most of them are employed at the Chair of Turkish Studies at the Faculty of Philosophy, University of Zagreb five persons and approximately the same number of graduated students of Turkish has been translating occasionally from Turkish.
To be sure, not all of them are equally or even nearly equally active: The Chair of Turkish Studies has had the leading role in training translators from Turkish. Owing to that, they acquire good knowledge of the Turkish linguistic system and good communicational competences, but they still lack knowledge of the theory and practice of literary translation.
In a similar way, two other students from the final year of Turkish Studies were involved in the translation of The Black Book: PROSE, 1st class literature and relevant writings, highly demanding: HRK ; 2nd class other literature: HRK 60; 2. HRK 12, 2nd class other poetry: HRK 8; 3. DRAMA, 1st class highly demanding dramatic forms: HRK 70, 2nd class other dramatic forms: HRK Translations of poetry are calculated according to the number of verses and dramatic forms according to the number of pages, one page consisting of 30 lines.
Is it his mom in his form? If so, why choose that form? Or is it like his own soul?
But in that case where did his mom go and why did he have a gem this entire time? How was pink Steven stronger than white diamond?
There is even so much more to the story, because she was as you can see paraliezed from polio, she couldnt walk or use her right arm, she had to fight all her life just to be accpeted as a human being, she wasnt even allowed to sit in the front row of church in her home village and had a pretty abusive mother. One time she and her brother almost drowned but the townpeople only attempted to save her brother because he was healty.
Her father saved her from drowning in last minute. Only her father and brother stood behind her, still she learned to accept her faith and make the best out of it. After a failed operation she said she had gone around living this way anyways. She started to sew, more importantly she started to sew with a sewing machine wich was realy new at this time.