Early life[ edit ] Pamuk was born in Istanbulinand he grew up in a wealthy yet declining upper-class family; an experience he describes in passing in his novels The Black Book and Cevdet Bey and His Sons, as well as more thoroughly in his personal memoir Istanbul. Pamuk's paternal grandmother was a Circassian. From ages 22 to 30, Pamuk lived with his mother, writing his first novel and attempting to find a publisher. He describes himself as a Cultural Muslim who associates the historical and cultural identification with the religion while not believing in a personal connection to God.
In praise of reading: Orhan Pamuk Other Colors: Memories and the City——to turn what could have been simply a solid essay collection into a beautifully spiraling, meditative sequence of memories, dreams, ideas, and reflections. By gathering some of the brief, quickly written lyrical essays he published in a weekly magazine in the late s, portraits of his family, various speeches, literary essays, interviews, and responses to politics and events, including the terrible earthquake that struck Istanbul inPamuk allows readers to get closer to his inner world than the authors of most memoirs.
But he is also exalted, believing that it is only through novels that we can truly understand what life is like for others.
But, clearly, he is happiest recreating the atmosphere of his beloved Istanbul, reporting on his travels, and musing over the work of his favorite writers, among them Faulkner, Dostoyevsky, Borges, and Camus.
Nothing can penetrate into the cracks, holes, and invisible gaps or life as fast or as thoroughly as words can. It is in these cracks that the essence of things—the things that make us curious about life, about the world—can first be ascertained, and it is good literature that first reveals them.
Good literature is a piece of wise counsel that has yet to be give, and as such it has the same aura of needfulness as the latest news; that is mainly why I still depend on it.Sep 30, · In “Other Colors,” his first big assemblageof nonfiction, Pamuk gives us severalof his many selves in a centrifugalgathering of memory-pieces, sketches,interviews and unexpected flights.
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Having loved Nobel Prize winning author Orhan Pamuk's MY NAME IS RED, I was eager to read his book, OTHER COLORS: ESSAYS AND A STORY. It was interesting to pop in and out of both his autobiographical and observational essays about other novelists and about being a novelist himself, and although less engrossing for me than RED, as is often the case with essays, I found much of value in it.4/4(15).