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Piksel e arka kapaktaki vg lerin de etkisiyle y ksek beklentiyle ba lam t m, ama ok ge meden beklenti yerini hayal k r kl na b rakt Macar yazar, Goodreads ve Wikipedia daki tan t m sayfalar ndan anlad m kadar yla airli iyle n plana kan bir ki i Bunu kitab bitirdikten sonra g rmem ise k t oldu.Kitap genellikle Macar karakterlerin yer ald , aldatma, ili kiler ve g nl k ya am konular na sahip yk lerden olu uyor Bahsedildi i gibi yk lerin her biri bir uzva adanm , ama bu durum Piksel e arka kapaktaki vg lerin de etkisiyle y ksek beklentiyle ba lam t m, ama ok ge meden beklenti yerini hayal k r kl na b rakt Macar yazar, Goodreads ve Wikipedia daki tan t m sayfalar ndan anlad m kadar yla airli iyle n plana kan bir ki i Bunu kitab bitirdikten sonra g rmem ise k t oldu.Kitap genellikle Macar karakterlerin yer ald , aldatma, ili kiler ve g nl k ya am konular na sahip yk lerden olu uyor Bahsedildi i gibi yk lerin her biri bir uzva adanm , ama bu durum o uzvun yaln zca yk n n bir yerinde ge mesi eklinde tasarlanm Birka yk d nda bundan daha fazla bir etkileri yok.Olaylar n ve karakterlerin yk ler zerinden birbirlerine ba lanmalar d ncesi g zeldi Ama bu par alar n her birine ba ms z birer yk olarak bak ld nda okuyucuya fazla bir ey sunmuyorlar Bir noktadan sonra yk ler birbirine benzemeye ba l yor Bilgisayarc a z yla konu ursam, iyi bir g r nt i in piksellerin t m n n sorunsuz olmas gerekir Burada g rd m z ise birka l piksel ve haliyle hi de kaliteli olmayan bir g r nt He wanted to shed light on the fact that in reality people don t see what s in front of them, and that people can only assess and reassess unfamiliar situations one step at a time, before they put together the details and see the real picture pp168 169 Krisztina T th, born in Budapest, is a highly acclaimed Hungarian poet who won the Graves Prize 1996 , the D ry Tibor Prize 1996 , and the J zsef Attila Prize 2000 for her poetic works She completed her studies of literature at E tv s Lor n He wanted to shed light on the fact that in reality people don t see what s in front of them, and that people can only assess and reassess unfamiliar situations one step at a time, before they put together the details and see the real picture pp168 169 Krisztina T th, born in Budapest, is a highly acclaimed Hungarian poet who won the Graves Prize 1996 , the D ry Tibor Prize 1996 , and the J zsef Attila Prize 2000 for her poetic works She completed her studies of literature at E tv s Lor nd University in Budapest and has worked as a sculptor She teaches creative writing and translates French poetry into Hungarian Her first prose book, a collection of short stories, Vonalk d received the S ndor M rai Prize in 2006.T th s novella cycle Pixel was originally published in 2011 and appeared late last year in English translation by Owen Good from Seagull Books This novella has recently been shortlisted for the EBRD Literature Prize, an award for Translated literary fiction written in any language of the European Bank of Reconstruction and Development s 38 countries of operations The winning book will take home a prize of 20,000 that is equally divided between the winning author and translator The winner is to be announced on 22 April 2020.The judges of the EBRD Literature Prize say Pixel is a clever, satisfying and original novel consisting of 30 individual chapters the pixels named after human body parts, forming a body of stories about marginalised people across several decades and across the whole of Europe it s very contemporary and each story is sharp, seductive and beautifully written.I recently finished the collection, which I would define as thirty short vignettes, which can be accepted as an individual short story, or you can take a step back, attempt to understand the whole The cover blurb opens like stars in the sky, pixels may seem like tiny, individual points But, when viewed from a distance, they can create elaborate images Each pixel contributes to this array, but no individual point can create the whole For my full review go to Elin hikayesi, g z n hikayesi, burnun hikayesi, dilin hikayesi Her birinin kahramanlar hem farkl , hem de birbirlerinin hikayelerinden ge iyorlar T pk t m bu organlar n birbirleri olmadan bir b t n v cut olu turamamalar gibi Farkl bir slup ve yol tercih ediyor yazar Macar edebiyat na sevgim baki. Toth never explicitly states it, but the title of this book captures the idea of discrete units, perhaps minor or similar to so many others, in themselves, that collectively make up a big picture.Similarly, each of the stories here is named for a body part a nose, a back, teeth, thighs that play a role in the story, perhaps in passing, but essential.In the same way, the stories intersect, sometimes continuing each other, or vanishing into obscurity or into history.All in all a wonderful quil Toth never explicitly states it, but the title of this book captures the idea of discrete units, perhaps minor or similar to so many others, in themselves, that collectively make up a big picture.Similarly, each of the stories here is named for a body part a nose, a back, teeth, thighs that play a role in the story, perhaps in passing, but essential.In the same way, the stories intersect, sometimes continuing each other, or vanishing into obscurity or into history.All in all a wonderful quilt of a book, perhaps comparable to Life A User s Manual by Perec or a less Ponderous Cloud Atlas, all set in roughly the same time and overall geography ( READ KINDLE ) ♖ Pixel ⚒ Egym ssal tk z emberek s sorsok kavarognak t rben s id ben, v letlenszer en tal lkoznak, m m gis olyan rz s nk van, mintha egy k z s testhez tartoztak volna egykor, csak ezt a testet sz tszak totta volna valami, ahogyan a k nyvben fel felt n p rokat is Fej, sz v s k z minden testr szhez egy t rt net tartozik Humor s keser s g regiszterei v ltogatj k egym st, hol a k zel t s f jdalmas pontoss ga, hol a t vol t s ir ni ja jellemzi az egym sra p l t rt neteket T th Krisztina j k nyv ben a fejezetek n ll pixelkock kk nt m k dnek nmagukban is egyedi sz n ek s izgalmasak, de ha szrevessz k k z tt k a kapcsolatok sszetett rendszer t, vagyis, ha h tr bb l p nk egy l p ssel, valami j s leny g z , nagy t rt nett llnak ssze lland k zel t s s t vol t s, kicsiny t s s nagy t s v ltakoz sa rajzolja meg szem nk el tt ezt a saj tos s id k zben nagyon is l v v l sz vegtestet Este ki ltek a kis h z torn c ra, s a doktorn el gedetten nyugt zta, hogy a f rfinak eg sz nap nem sz lt a mobilja, mert kikapcsolta Kortyolgatt k a v r sbort, n ztek bele az ereszked s t tbe A f rfi egyszer csak v ratlanul a t volba meredt, s meglep dve mutatta, hogy j , emelkedik a v z, hogy egyre sz lesebb hull mok j nnek a torn c fel , s hogy nem rti Mikor itt nincs is t a k zelben A n azt felelte, hogy t nyleg, s milyen sz p ez a nagy v z, ahogy t kr z dik rajta a hold A f rfi j l l tta, hogy a h mp lyg v zt megen semmif le hold nem t kr z dik, s t ls gosan romantikusnak is tal lta volna ezt a k pet, de nem akart vitatkozni Egyr szt piszokul f jt a feje, nyilv n a vezet st l, m sr szt rezte, hogy beleszeretett ebbe a k k szem , ismeretlen doktorn be Some promising stories, but it gets very repetitive quite soon The stories are like different strands of hair, they could be weaved together to provide a texture Or take the very tired pixel metaphor you re reading a short story, but you are invited to look at the bigger picture as characters, places, turns of phrase get repeated throughout the book But it s all very calculated and ultimately feels caustic T th leaves no room for happenstance, which considerably reduces the complexity Some promising stories, but it gets very repetitive quite soon The stories are like different strands of hair, they could be weaved together to provide a texture Or take the very tired pixel metaphor you re reading a short story, but you are invited to look at the bigger picture as characters, places, turns of phrase get repeated throughout the book But it s all very calculated and ultimately feels caustic T th leaves no room for happenstance, which considerably reduces the complexity or density of the writing While reading, I couldn t help picturing the writer congratulating herself for how very clever she is, and then having another drink.Btw she is your go to writer if you want to read from a woman who mastered the masculinist point of view M sodj ra olvastam a k tetet, nagyon tetszik az tlete s az is, hogy formailag, narr ci technikailag, a fabula s a sz zs szintj n is ennyire remek l siker lt.Nagyon r l k, hogy leford tott k angolra, szerintem ez fog m k dni a magyar nyelvter leteken t l vel en is. Nas l ki uzuvlar birle ip bedeni olu turur, i te otuz uzvun yk s de birle ip bu kitab olu turuyor Yak ndan sadece piksel olarak g r nen yk lere biraz uzaktan bak nca daha anlaml ve tam manas yla muhte em bir kitap okuyoruz Ben ger ekten ok sevdim bu kitab Okuman z tavsiye ederim. Interesting writing style, because the focus of the narrative keeps on changing These are short stories where the writer leads the reader from one person to another, ending up describing a total different person, just because the other was in the way of the story The writer also emphasizes their role in the reading and writing process, saying that in this second sentence the woman arrived at the door of the hotel and if this woman would leave the bus now, our story would be over, so she s Interesting writing style, because the focus of the narrative keeps on changing These are short stories where the writer leads the reader from one person to another, ending up describing a total different person, just because the other was in the way of the story The writer also emphasizes their role in the reading and writing process, saying that in this second sentence the woman arrived at the door of the hotel and if this woman would leave the bus now, our story would be over, so she stays these are not literal citations from the German translation I read The writer also has a tendency not to know much, but sometimes knows waythan the characters There is this constant play between what the writer knows and sees and what the characters know and see No body sees the whole picture The writer points out that there is always a story and untold parts of a person one meets I read this in one sitting Just couldn t stop It s a truly amazing sequence of short stories slowly becoming a coherent one Reminded me of Kundera s immortality with adepressing tone This book definitely won t put you in a good mood.