Tanrı Gelini Sibyl

Tanr Gelini Sibyl Tanr ac mas zd r En insansal olmayan eydir o Vah idir Apans z vurur insana t m zulm n ortaya kartarak Ya da a k n Her ey gelebilir ondan Tanr sal olan insansal de ildir Yabanc d r tiksindiricidir

  • Title: Tanrı Gelini Sibyl
  • Author: Pär Lagerkvist Melih Cevdet Anday
  • ISBN: 9789753635141
  • Page: 139
  • Format: Paperback
  • Tanr ac mas zd r En insansal olmayan eydir o Vah idir Apans z vurur insana, t m zulm n ortaya kartarak Ya da a k n Her ey gelebilir ondan Tanr sal olan, insansal de ildir Yabanc d r, tiksindiricidir, deliliktir o U ursuz, tehlikeli ve sak n lmaz Tanr , rahibe ve a k geninin ortas nda ey daha vard Lanetlenmi bir adam, babas bilinmeyen bir ocuk v Tanr ac mas zd r En insansal olmayan eydir o Vah idir Apans z vurur insana, t m zulm n ortaya kartarak Ya da a k n Her ey gelebilir ondan Tanr sal olan, insansal de ildir Yabanc d r, tiksindiricidir, deliliktir o U ursuz, tehlikeli ve sak n lmaz Tanr , rahibe ve a k geninin ortas nda ey daha vard Lanetlenmi bir adam, babas bilinmeyen bir ocuk ve ke iler

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    1. Strange tale of how man's relationship to G/god(s) can sometimes cause a crisis of faith: what do you believe about yourself after you have been cursed? Is a curse a type of redemptive act - an act that will define who you are after you know where you stand in relation to G/god(s) judgment? I do not pretend to have the answer.

    2. The Meaning of Sibyl: 1. A woman in ancient times who was thought to utter the prophecies of God. 2. (literally) a woman able to foretell the future.This is how I began reading the novel searching for the meaning of the term found in the title.The Story:This story is primarily about the two meanings of the term explained above and is added to it are various other correlatives. There is the woman who was the sybil in the shrine of Delphi and who now lives in the adjacent mountain alone with her o [...]

    3. This is a grand novel in the classical European tradition by the 1951 recipient of the Nobel Prize for Literature, Swedish author Par Lagerkvist. It is a poetic parable, telling a mythic tale of a wandering Jew, a man who journeys to Delphi to consult the oracle. However, arriving there, he is turned away: the question he wants to pose is one that is very often asked– one that is of little interest.And it is true; his question is one that many want to have answered. He wants to know what his d [...]

    4. Pär Lagerkvist has always been systematic in sharing his thoughts through narrative in a rhetorical, albeit philosophical way.  This is what I’ve always enjoyed about his writing, whether it be on subject matter that I’m not too interested in or truly care much about. I read The Dwarf last year as my introductory piece to his work and it was astounding in character, atmosphere and old-fashioned storytelling.  With The Sibyl, Lagerkvist goes back to antiquity: Ancient Greece.  A sibyl, by [...]

    5. But sitting here, old and alone, looking back—looking back over my life, it is you, my god, that I think of. For it is you who have been my life, you who consume and burn all things like fire. You who leave nothing in your wake. My life is what I have lived in you. The cruel, bitter, rich life you have given me. May you be cursed and blessed!The Sibyl is a reflection on religion, on the nature of faith, a treatise on the close relationship between existence and the divine. The plot unfolds pri [...]

    6. A parable about the meaning of God or the gods. The book, by a classic Swedish author was written in 1956. As Christ is carrying the cross to the Crucifixion, a man chases Christ away from resting in his doorway. Christ curses him to endless wandering through life. In his journeys he comes across and old woman, an outcast pythia who use to be an oracle at Delphi. And boy does she have a story to tell. The pythia had a secret lover and became pregnant so she was cast out of the temple. But it may [...]

    7. If I had gotten out of this book what other people seem to have then I'd like it a lot more. Instead of an interesting meditation on the nature of faith, I felt the book covered well worn territory (well worn even at the time the book was written), and was relatively transparent. After about thirty pages or so I had a very good idea where the book was going, and what the themes in the book were, and to me little was added to this for the rest of the book. Instead I felt the woman's story dragged [...]

    8. The Sibyl is a delightful book. Like so many of Lagerkvist's tales it is a contemplation on the nature of God and the relationship of God to man. A book about joy and sorrow, hope and hopelessness. It is beautifully written, full of heavy symbolism, quite moving and a very thought-provoking and captivating read.On one of the last few pages of The Sibly, Lagerkvist writes "And so far as I comprehend it he is both evil and good, both light and darkness, both meaningless and full of a meaning which [...]

    9. I had never heard of Lagerkvist when I picked up this book a few months ago from a free books pile. I finally cracked it a couple weeks ago I found it had belonged to my old poetry professor from college.One of my favorite reads in a long time. It is a slow, small book - meditative and unafraid to be quiet and still when it needs to be, yet also able to pull off a sex scene with a goat god (scary) and a very vengeful cameo by Jesus. Other reviews call it allegorical (on the the inscrutability of [...]

    10. Read this for a class and was struck at how beautiful and bizzare this book was while remaining lucid and interesting.Really, Lagerkvist is hard to review without just spewing adjectives.

    11. This is my stock answer for "What is your favorite book?" I don't really have one, but this is close enough. This is a novel about the nature of the divine and about love--love of god, love of the impossible, love of other people--it is through love and all its many forms that the "action" of The Sibyl is driven. It begins, “In a little house on the mountain slopes above Delphi lived an old woman with her witless son,” and this tone of soft pain and endless beauty holds throughout the rest o [...]

    12. Lagerkvist has given us a tale of two tormented, direct experiences with the divine: Ahasuerus (the Wandering Jew) who had a brief unhappy encounter with Jesus and the Sibyl who became a famous Oracle of Delphi for many years spouting messages from Apollo. Lagerkvist made an intriguing story pairing these two traditions, the meeting taking place at the crossroads of history when there was a changing of the guards of god, so to speak. And yet age-old questions remained, like how to endure the whi [...]

    13. I had a hard time reading this book, and I am still not sure why. I loved Barabbas and The Eternal Smile by the same author, but I got bogged down in the middle and set this one aside for quite some time. But then one day, I just picked it back up and finished it in one sitting. The second half really flew by like I was reading some great secret to existence. Very powerful, haunting and strange it asks more questions than it gives answers in the end, but that fact is what makes it so great. What [...]

    14. I liked this book a lot but I am tempted to look for a different translator if it is available or learn Swedish so I can read it as it was originally written. I am a big fan of reading books multiple times if I think I will get more out of it that way and this is definitely one that I will read again. It is not a very long book but it is pretty deep. Pär Fabian Lagerkvist (23 May 1891 — 11 July 1974) was a Swedish author who was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1951. (from )

    15. I've heard that, along with the complete works of Kevin Trudeau and Nicholas Sparks, this book is in the library of Hell.Tags: pythia, god, sex, retardation, childbirth, goats

    16. När man frågar "Vad tänker du på? Du ser ut som du funderar på något." och får 150 sidor till svar: The Novel. Samt knark, getmansvåldtäkt och Kristusförnekelse. True som fan! 🤘

    17. This is my favorite book. It is odd and of course why I loved it.I had never really read anything about being an oracle before this book. It was fascinating to be introduced to here and then to read about the transformation of this little girl.

    18. Does anyone read Lagerkvist still? He was pretty great. This one is a sorta holy horror story, brief, pithy, at times frightening.

    19. I read my books in alphabetical order by author, close to it anyway. So if I'm in a bookstore and see a book that looks wonderful to me and bring it home it still might be months and months if not years until I get to it; for example, if I'm currently in the letter "c" and it's a novel by Zola or Balzac (two of my favorite authors) I won't be reading them for a long time. My point is that sometimes until I get to the book I have absolutely no idea why I have it on my shelf in the first place. Th [...]

    20. "But now, after sitting up here in my solitude for so long, thinking of all I went through, I've often asked myself, in spite of what was done to me: Are men really so wicked? Has not my own bitter destiny led me astray in my judgment of them? I don't know, for I never meet anyone now. But in my loneliness I have thought so." (54)A man is cursed by a prisoner who is about to be crucified, because he (the man) refuses him (the prisoner) to rest his head against his house's wall. The prisoner turn [...]

    21. This story was rather dark and slightly depressing in my opinion.Lagerkvist's writing is very fluent and easy to read (though there aren't any chapters, which kinda suits the story, it's just a bit unpractical sometimes).Despite being a short book, the message and the theme are very big, and I think this is the type of story that's supposed to make you think. It mainly made me feel a bit unsettled and left with questions.I can only recommend this book if you're into serious and 'heavy' books.

    22. I picked this book up at a used book sale and wow. It blew me away. I started it and just couldn't stop. There is so much about this story that I can't even put into words, but it was exactly what I needed right now, which is odd but I will definitely be reading it again.

    23. Something rather lovely and different about this book and story. I quite loved it. It has a mystical feeling to it that fiction of this age doesn't always have. It's short and fantastic and simple as a read.

    24. First published at: meexia/bookie/2014/01/Mee's rating: 4.5/4The Sibyl is a really amazing, unexpected read. I didn’t have book set in Turkey to read while traveling in the country, so I opted to read this, as it is set in Delphi, Greece (the site which I went to last year). The narration has folk/fairy tale quality to it, and the premise is fascinating. The main character is an oracle priestess in the Apollo temple in Delphi, who fell into disfavor by god. Her tale is told to a wandering man [...]

    25. “Only the gods have many destinies and need never die. They are filled with everything and experience everything. Everything – except human happiness. That they can never know and therefore they grudge it to men.”What a strange, powerful, thought-provoking novel! It unfurls two lives, one of a man who, having offended Jesus during the climb to Calvary, has been cursed to live forever, knowing only sadness. In an effort to better understand his situation, he seeks out an old woman, a once-f [...]

    26. I feel that, in the couple of days since I finished reading this, that I am still not completely sure what I take away from it. The novel embodies many contradictions that feel hard to resolve, particularly that God is both love and evil, and that God is also completely impossible for us to understand because it is not human, and cannot be judged by human standards.I do like the idea here that nothing is ever forever, even if the overseeing power has called it so. That one is cursed does not mea [...]

    27. There is something very emotionally gripping about this odd little novella in which a man cursed by Jesus has a long conversation with a woman cursed by Apollo. At times reminiscent of one of John Gardner's reimaginings of myth (Jason and Medeia, Grendel), at others evoking the best bits of Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance, it is a glimpse into some of the challenges of being human. As with Gardner and Pirsig, I wouldn't turn to it for a coherent spiritual philosophy, but it is an inten [...]

    28. A nice companion to Barabbas. They feel like they very much go together. A parable about a man who denied Jesus a place to rest on his way to the crucifixion and was cursed for it. He goes to find a famously exiled Sibyl, who has also been cast out and damned by her religion. Hell is going through life without any human connection, much like it was for Barabbas. The cruelty and inscrutability of god, and life. Delphi and religion are a sooty hell full of snakes and goats and rapes. Priests use a [...]

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