За разказите и за хората: размисли върху романа на Орхан Памук "Червенокосата"
On Tales and Men: reflection on Orhan Pamuk’s The Red-Haired Woman
Subject(s): History, Language and Literature Studies, Literary Texts, Fiction, Novel, Turkish Literature, Translation Studies
Published by: Софийски университет »Св. Климент Охридски«
Keywords: Orhan Pamuk; narrative; feminist discourse; unreliable story;
Summary/Abstract: The proposed artistic translation and immersed reading. This report analyzes the latest novel “Red- Haired Woman” by Orhan Pamuk is yet to be translated to be translated to Bulgarian. The motive behind the story is the myth of Oedipus, which is interpreted in connection with its Eastern counterpart known as the story of Rоstem and Sohrab in Iranian tradition. The proposed reading draws attention to feminist narrative, unreliable story – telling events intertextuality in its various forms.
- Issue Year: 2/2016
- Issue No: 2 (4)
- Page Range: 66-77
- Page Count: 12
- Language: Bulgarian