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At the center of these memories is his elusive love, Sarah, a fiercely intelligent French scholar caught in the intricate tension between Europe and the Middle East. With exhilarating prose and sweeping erudition, Mathias Énard pulls astonishing elements from disparate sources—nineteenth-century composers and esoteric orientalists, Balzac and Agatha Christie—and binds them together in a most magical way.

Genres Fiction France French Literature Novels Literary Fiction Literature Contemporary Loading interface About the author. Mathias Énard 34 books followers. Mathias Énard studied Persian and Arabic and spent long periods in the Middle East. A professor of Arabic at the University of Barcelona, he won the Prix des Cinq Continents de la Francophonie and the Prix Edmée-de-La-Rochefoucauld for his first novel, La perfection du tir.

He has been awarded many prizes for Zone , including the Prix du Livre Inter and the Prix Décembre. Compass , which garnered Énard the renowned Prix Goncourt in , traces the intimate connection between Western humanities and art history, and Islamic philosophy and culture. In one sentence that's over pages long, Zone tells of the recent European past as a cascade of consequences of wars and conflicts.

Énard lives and works in Barcelona, where he teaches Arabic at the Universitat Autònoma. His latest publications include a poetry collection titled Dernière communication à la société proustienne de Barcelone Final message to the Proust Society of Barcelona and Le Banquet annuel de la confrérie des fossoyeurs , a long novel published in Write a Review.

Create a free account to discover what your friends think of this book! Community Reviews. Search review text. Displaying 1 - 30 of reviews. Vit Babenco. Compass is a single sleepless night of intertwined reminiscences, dreams, fantasies and intellectual contemplations.

This Sarawak business possibly confirms my doubts, has she too become lost in turn, lost body and soul in the Orient like all those characters she has studied so?

Dissimilar to One Thousand and One Nights it is a tale of just one night. Insomniac Austrian musicologist Franz Ritter is Shahryar but his Scheherazade — Sarah — is seven seas away in Malaysia so he tells the stories himself: musicological, literary, amorous, historical and oriental tales out of his imaginary book On the Divers Forms of Lunacie in the Orient.

And on the way he flays romantic illusions from the oriental world… We were able to breathe in blood, fill our lungs with blood and enjoy death to the fullest extent. For centuries we transmuted death into beauty, blood into flowers, into fountains of blood, filled the museum cases with blood-stained uniforms and eyeglasses smashed in by martyrdom and we are proud of it, for each martyr is a poppy that is red, that is a little bit of beauty that is this world.

We have produced a liquid, red people, it lives in death and is happy in Paradise. We have stretched a black canvas over Paradise to protect it from the sun.

We have washed our corpses in the rivers of Paradise. Paradise is a Persian word. We give passersby the water of death, to drink from it under the black tents of mourning.

Paradise is the name of our country, the cemeteries where we live, the name of sacrifice. Man creates then other man comes and destroys what was created… It is history. Lee Klein. Finished this finally, unintentionally in the perfect way, reading from three to five in the morning when I couldn't sleep.

It's the perfect way to finish because this is an insomniac's diary, or more so, its conceit involves an Austrian insomniac's cognitive perambulations in bed in Vienna as he makes his way, only ordered by the increasingly late hour, through the occidental experience of alterity the novel's keyword in the orient.

It's about the interpenetration of east and west, self in the other. Like Zone , it's a vehicle for erudition, an assemblage of a whole lot of stuff previously unbeknownst to me. In "Zone," each phrase of a discontinuous, single, page sentence is like the ties along the tracks the narrator rolls over seated in a train, providing basic forward movement and structure, whereas in this one, the narrator is in bed mostly, or puttering around his apartment, as nocturnal hours pass.

In both novels, the masks the author wears his narrators have insider information -- although he's not a former spy as in "Zone," the academic orientalist narrator of "Compass" feels more naturally aligned with the author who I believe at one time taught Arabic at the University of Barcelona.

The narrative mask seems more transparent. At one point, research is associated with espionage and this is sort of like the secret history of the western infatuation with the east, but Enard being a great writer blurs the duality and complexifies it. He also refers to Beethoven's Moonlight Sonata solely as his 14th sonata, which I then had to look up on Spotify, which really comes in handy when reading this since you can find Mendelssohn's Octet and choose from dozens of versions, or pieces by Schubert, Chopin, Wagner, or any other piece by western classical composers you don't know at all or well that are discussed at one point.

Someone with more time should put together a "Compass" playlist. Update: someone did just that! The title itself refers in part to Beethoven's compass, which is set to point east instead of north. It's not all about "orientalist" interests, however -- there's also a love story with another academic, Sarah, who the narrator loved and loves still, and idealizes, especially times together in Tehran and Damascus, and the love story, the history of their interactions since then, the cooling off, the letters, the time together in Vienna when Sarah only wants to visit museums related to horror, establish the novel's spine, the trunk from which the limbs of episodes and anecdotes and the foliage of essay and ideas can grow.

Although nowhere near as conventional as Enard's last translated novel, Street of Thieves , the love story is satisfying enough, as is all the esoteric information and all the reference particularly to writers and artists and composers. It's five-stars in terms of the author's ambition, execution, and erudition but I nevertheless docked a star for my reading experience: I could only read this in bits and pieces, a few pages on the subway to and from work, a few pages before sleep overwhelmed me or I decided to put it down in favor of a tight NBA playoff fourth quarter streaming to my tablet.

At times I thought it could have been edited more stringently, could have been pruned throughout and lost a hundred or more pages without missing much overall, but its ranginess and excessive stream-o'-consciousness sleepless progression also seem essential to what makes it feel unique.

Anyway, definitely recommended reading for anyone willing to immerse themselves in the long history of western addiction to oriental alterity, beyond belly dancers, magic carpets, genies, all the way up to those recent black-hooded Islamic State decapitators from London.

Lots of interesting opium-related stuff in here, too. And a nod to hope in the end. All of the author's novels I've read in English have been translated by Charlotte Mandel, a tandem I count with confidence among my favorite contemporary writers thanks to this one's addition to their achievements, all different yet united in their focus on Euro-Eastern interaction and the often but not always resultant atrocities.

بوصلة الكاتب الفرنسي ماتياس إينار تُشير إلى روح الشرق وجماله في الليل ما بين الألم والأرق يستعيد بطل روايته فرانز ريتر ذكريات الحب والترحال ريتر عالِم الموسيقى الذي يربط الشرق والغرب على مر العصور ومن حكاية لحكاية ومن ذكرى لأخرى ينتقل بين البلاد والشخصيات الموسيقى والفن, الشعر والأدب, الإشارات التاريخية والثقافية والاستشراقية رحلة ليلية بين عوالم الشرق وطيف الحبيبة الغائبة التي تسكن قلبه ومع نور الفجر تنتهي الذكريات ويتجدد الأمل والسؤال "متى سأحتضن حبي بين ذراعيّ"؟ Paul Fulcher.

Author 2 books 1, followers. Now on the outstanding longlist for the Republic of Consciousness Prize for 'gorgeous prose and hardcore literary fiction' from small, independent presses. In Germany they impose the Scriptures on you in the back of the bedside table drawer, in Muslim countries they stick a little compass for you into the wood of the bed, or they draw a wind rose marking the direction of Mecca on the desk, compass and wind rose that can indeed serve to locate the Arabian Penisula, but also, if you're so inclined, Rome, Vienna or Moscow: you're never lost in these lands.

I even saw some prayer rugs with a little compass woven into them, carpets you immediately wanted to set flying, since they were so prepared for aerial navigation.

Matthias Enard's Compass, translated, like his wonderful novel Zone, by the highly accomplished Charlotte Mendel, is a novel dedicated to, inter alia, "The Circle of Melancholy Orientalists" and the Syrian people.

The book consists of the recollections and stream of associations, during one insomnia filled night in Vienna, by Frank Ritter, a musicologist specialising in the influence of the oriental on Western Music. I've shown that the revolution in music in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries owed everything to the Orient, that it was not a matter of 'exotic procedures' as thought before, this exoticism had a meaning, that it made external elements, alterity, enter, it was a large movement and gathered together, among others, Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert, Liszt, Berlioz, Bizet, Rimsky-Korsakov, Debussy, Bartok, Hindemith, Schoenberg, Szymanowski,, hundreds of composers throughout all of Europe, all over Europe the wind of alterity blows, all these great men use what comes to them from the Other to modify the Self, to barstardize it, for genius wants barstardy, the use of external procedures to undermine the dictatorship of church chant and harmony, why am I getting worked up all alone on my pillow now, probably because I'm a poor academic with a revolutionary thesis no one cares about.

No one is interested any more in Felicien David who became extraordinarily famous on 8 December after the premiere of Le Desert. Franz has just received an, albeit unconfirmed, diagnosis that he is suffering from a unspecified in the novel degenerative and ultimately fatal condition, prompting his night of reflection, particularly on his unconsummated relationship with Sarah, whose PhD thesis kicks off his memories and thoughts.

It began: There are certain wounds in life that, like leprosy, eat away at the soul and diminish it," writes the Iranian Sadegh Hedayat at the beginning of his novel The Blind Owl; the little man with round glasses knew this better than anyone.

And he reflects: Today as I reread the beginning of this text, I must admit there was something strong and innovative in these four hundred pages on the images and representations of the Orient, non-places, utopias, ideological fantasies in which many who wanted to travel had got lost: the bodies of artists, poets and travellers who have tried to explore them were pushed little by little towards destruction; illusion as Hedayat said, ate away at the soul in solitude - what had long been called madness, melancholy, depression was often the result of friction, a loss of self in creation, in contact with alterity.

This concept of alterity is crucial to the novel. Franz's thoughts take us widely through the history of music, literature, archaeology and those Westerners who embraced the East. But he is equally aware that one can only really become the other if one erases oneself: When Chateaubriand invented travel literature with his Itinerary from Paris to Jerusalem in , long before Stendhal and his Memoirs of an Egotist, more or less the same time as the publication of Goethe's Italian journey, Chateaubriand was spying for the sake of art; he was certainly no longer the explorer who spied for science or for the army: he spied mainly for literature.

Art has its spies, just as history or the natural sciences have theirs. Archaeology is a form of espionage, botany, poetry as well; ethnomusicologists are spies of music. Spies are travellers, travellers are spies.

They see nothing. They think they see, but they observe only reflections. We are prisoners of images, of representations, Sarah would say, and only those who, like her or the peddler, choose to rid themselves of their lives if such a thing is possible can reach the other.

A contemporary note is sounded by the his contrasting his own experience in Syria to what he sees in the news today, as the country is caught between the forces of the Syrian state and the Islamic State for example reflecting on a visit on the s to the Baron Hotel in Aleppo: In the evening as the day faded the bar filled up not only with hotel clients, but also with tourists staying elsewhere coming to soak in the nostalgia, drinking a beer or an arak whose smell of anise, mixed with that of peanuts and cigarettes, was the only Oriental touch on the decor.

This is a novel full of what the publishers blurb describes, accurately, as "generous erudition. I couldn't help but draw the contrast to last year's deeply unimpressive Man Booker winner and this is the very type of novel that makes me prefer the Man Booker International variant.

One for the shortlist and a contender for the overall prize. We Europeans see them with the horror of otherness; but this otherness is just as terrifying for an Iraqi or a Yemenite.

Even what we reject, what we hate, emerges in this common imaginal world. Whereas Jim Gauer's masterful Novel Explosives was a fanfare of images and poetry, this is a sustained exercise , an unflinching exploration of the relations between East and West and perhaps, ultimately, what Pessoa quipped is the "East east of the East.

The novel is a nightlong insomniac agony of a perhaps dying Austrian musicologist Franz Ritter who ponders the efficacy of scholarship in our world-- while his misspent attentions and affections have crisscrossed the globe - especially towards and in the form of Sarah, a French ethnologist whom the protagonist has loved for decades and cravenly been unable to articulate.

There are lateral paths and stories revealed on nearly every page, how the vampire novel has roots in the cross-pollination of Turkish and central European music. Thomas Mann and his children wave a significant shadow over these proceedings. There are links between Rimbaud's amputation and Edward Said's piano playing -- if you look for them.

Despite such erudite architecture, this is also a novel of opium, wine and unfortunately beheadings. Etymology, poetry and emancipatory politics make for cumbersome bedmates but the reader can only benefit from such congestion.

Matters did appear to lose momentum but I felt it to be tremendously moving throughout. Compass takes place over the course of one, long night during which Franz Ritter, a Viennese musicologist, suffers from a terrible bout of insomnia.

The symptoms from his recently diagnosed illness, the memories of an unrequited love, and the dissatisfaction at his mediocre academic career all contribute to his sleepless night. Instead of chapters, Énard uses time stamps to denote the hours that are slowly ticking away as Franz runs through years of memories.

Sarah, a French Academic with whom Franz has spent many years in love, sends him an article she has written from Sarawak, in Malaysia, which is her current place of residence. It is unclear at the beginning what Franz and Sarah mean or have meant to each other, but Franz slowly unravels their complicated history throughout the course of his sleepless night.

As an academic musicologist, Franz has had a deep interest in the music of the Middle East, which studies have brought him into close contact with many orientalists, including Sarah.

Compass is a travelogue, an historical essay, a literary catalog and a music lesson on the Orient. Franz takes us on his travels from Istanbul, to Palmyra, to Damascus, to Aleppo and to Tehran as he explores eastern music and his growing, emotional attachment to Sarah.

The Orient becomes just as beautiful, enchanting and elusive as his love for Sarah. When Franz and Sarah are suddenly forced to end their travels together in Tehran, Franz nurses his wounds by going back home and retreating into himself and his academic career. Sarah consoles herself by wandering father east where she ends up spending quite a bit of time in a Buddhist monastery.

The faded photographs and yellowing Orientalist engravings. The poetic works of Pessoa on a sculpted wooden book stand meant to house the Koran.

My tarboosh from Istanbul, my heavy wood indoor coat from the souk in Damascus, my lute from Aleppo bought with Nadim. The disjointed and rambling narrative structure is fitting for a man whose mind cannot rest over the course of a sleepless night. He jumps from one topic to the next: his illness, musicology, literature, archaeology and, of course, Sarah.

One common thread that runs through his thoughts are the connections between East and West. He has a joke compass that points east which is fitting for Franz since his thoughts are always pulled in that direction. He discusses travelers, writers, musicians, academics and archaeologists who were fascinated by Orientalist travels and study.

One of my favorite examples Franz brings up is the Swiss author, journalist, traveler, and even occasional archaeologists, Annmarie Schwarzenbach whose wanderlust brings her to different parts of the East.

The Baron Hotel that Franz and Sarah stay at in Aleppo, and probably the entire neighborhood, has been reduced to a pile of rubble. The descriptions of his travels in Palmyra were particularly striking to me.

The amount of research that must have gone into the writing of this erudite book is astonishing. Descriptions of Pessoa, Magris, Schwarzenbach and Hedayat to name a few, have caused me to add all of these authors to my always-growing library.

Some of the writers Enard mentions are so esoteric that I was disappointed not to find them in English translation—the surrealist French poet Germain Nouveau, for example.

It is truly a great thing when one piece of literature gives one such a full list of further reading. Philippe Malzieu.

Author 2 books followers. I remembered the beginning of Salammbô. I was already in love with Salammbô. I did not want to read this book. It belongs to the short list for the Goncourt Prize then which the best french book Laurent Binet has been eliminated.

And I read the beginning of this novel in the bookseller. There is a brilliant text on Sadegh Hedayat. Enard compares him to Kafka and it is well seen. So I decided to read it. An austrian musicolog have a love affair with Sarah, brilliant young university researcher.

The book became a kind of treasure hunt between them with different stop from Vienna to Viet Nam. But too much erudition, too much references. It is a debeauche of exotics word and tones.

It is too much. there is even photos. Photos in literature book have only a goal, prevent the author to write description like Breton in Nadja. Here, they have no utility. I have the impression that the author had collected all the cultural references on orient and had built his book around them.

We are far from the conciseness of Flaubert. The novel becomes boring even if sarah does not miss charm. Sunkaus darbo reikalaujanti knyga. Skaičiau ilgai, vietomis patiko labai, vietomis, jaučiu, praskrido over the head.

Gal taip ir turi būti. Ir tik baigdama suvokiau, kad čia akademinis romanas - ne Stouneris, ne Secret History, ne Davidas Lodge'as, ne parodija ar linksmybės - bet vis tiek tai, kas duoda bendrą struktūrą, bendrą rėmą, yra akademija ir mokslinis tyrimas.

Neišbaigtas, laisvos struktūros gal maždaug tai, kas dabar vadinama meniniu tyrimu? Bet sykiu ir poetiškas, lyrinis, ir tai jį ištraukia - bent man ištraukė. Teksto struktūra panaši į "Petro imperatorės" ir sykiu tikresnė : pasakotojas naktį nemiega, merdi, jam į galvą plūsta visokiausi atsiminimai, istorijos, kliedesiai ir fantazijos.

Pasakotojas - jaunas austras muzikologas, nelaimingai įsimylėjęs Rytų tyrinėtoją Sarą ir su ja keliskart keliavęs po Rytus, senovinius griuvėsius ir miestus, aptarinėjęs ir aiškinęsis orientalizmą, skaitęs Rytų poeziją, susirašinėjęs, ieškojęs Rytų atšvaitų Vakarų kultūroj ir visą laiką rasdavęs tai, kuo įsitikinęs, - kad Rytų ir Vakarų perskyra yra dirbtinė ir schematiška, kad Rytai nėra kažkas kita, nepažinu, kad jie visada jau yra paveikę Vakarus - jų architektūra jau perimta, jų poezija jau paveikusi gausybę rašytojų ir tt.

Lyriška, bet gražu - kai jis kalba, kad, pvz, Islamo valstybės ar kitų radikalų kraujo karai ir egzekucijos rytiečiui yra tokie pat baisūs, atgrasūs ir nesuvokiami kaip vakariečiui.

Vyrišką giminę palieku sąmoningai, nes nors knyga persunkta progresyvumo, žingsnių anapus dirbtinių skirčių ir barjerų - taip pat ir lyčių, tas ribų perženginėjimas atrodo labai akademinis, pavargęs, kaip ir ta ilga merdėjimo naktis.

Labai patiko: 1. Visas jauno žmogaus nuovargis, silpnumas ir to sąsaja su akademiniu buvimu - gal net ne tiek univeru, kiek apskritai darbo ir žiūrėjimo į gyvenimą būdu. Kai tu renki renki renki info, daug jos atsimeni, ji tarpusavyje nebūtinai rišasi - rišasi nebent per asociacijas ar minčių šuolius.

Atsimenu, Andriuškevičius rašė: aš esu konsteliacija tekstų, kurie niekaip kitaip nesiriša, kaip tik mano galvoje. Tai "Kompasas" yra tobula iliustracija, žvilgsnis į žmogaus protą - net nebūtinai akademiko, bet gal labiausiai akademiko, nes būtent tokiam prote - įsivaizduoju - daugiausiai koliažo, paskirų vaizdinių o ne dinamikos ar veiksmų grandinių.

Taip pat ir šiaip akademikų ir akademikių aprašymai: Sara jautėsi labai laiminga atsidūrusi tarp visų tų orientalistų ir juos stebėdama: kartais atrodydavo, kad ji aprašinėja zoologijos sodą, žmones narvuose, kurių daugelis pasiduodavo paranojai, prarasdavo sveiką protą ir išsiugdydavo nuostabią neapykantą vieni kitiems, beprotybę, įvairiausias patologijas, odos ligas, mistinius kliedesius, obsesijas, mokslines blokuotes, verčiančias juos dirbti ir dirbti, valandų valandas trinti alkūnėmis rašomuosius stalus nieko nesukuriant, nieko, išskyrus smegenų garą, išsprūstantį pro to garbingo instituto langus ir ištirpstantį Damasko ore.

Kai kurie uoliai lankydavosi bibliotekoje naktimis; vaikščiodavo tarp lentynų kiauras valandas, tikėdamiesi, kad spausdinta medžiaga galiausiai ims tekėti, prisodrins juos mokslu ir baigdavo paieškas paryčiais, viskuo nusivylę, susmukę kur kampe, kol juos papurtydavo į darbą atėję bibliotekininkai.

Gražiausias ir sykiu turbūt tipiškiausias sakinys, kur užtenka perskaityt ir žinai, ar norėsi visą knygą skaityti, ar užknis dėčiau tokius ant ketvirto viršelio : Laikas atsiėmė savo teises į "Sissi House"; "Barono" viešbutis dar laikosi, užvertos jo langinės miega kietu miegu laukdamos, kada gi "Islamo valstybės" galvažudžiai įkurs ten savo generalinį štabą, pavers jį kalėjimu, seifu arba galiausiai susprogdins: susprogdins mano gėdą ir negęstantį jos prisiminimą drauge su šitiekos keliautojų atmintimi, dulkės užklos Anemari, T.

Lorensą, Agatą Kristi, Saros kambarį, didelį koridorių geometrinių motyvų plytelės, sienos nulakuotos kremine spalva ; aukštos lubos užgrius laiptų aikštelę, kur stovėjo dvi didelės kedro skrynios, nostalgijos karstai su memorialinėmis plokštėmis: "London - Baghdad in 8 days by Simplon Orient Express and Taurus express", nuolaužos praris monumentalius laiptus, kuriais kopiau, pagautas staigaus impulso, praėjus ketvirčiui valandos po to, kai Sara apie vidurnaktį nusprendė eiti gulti: vėl regiu save beldžiant į jos duris, dvivėres medines duris pageltusiais dažais, krumpliai - prie trijų metalinių skaičių, aš pilnas baimės, ryžto, vilties ir apakimo, suspausta krūtine, kaip žmogus, puolęs veikti, trokštantis rasti lovoje būtybę, kurią jis jautė po antklode Palmyroje, ir pratęsti tai, kas buvo, įsikibti, panirt į užmarštį, į pojūčių pasotinimą, kad švelnumas nuvytų melancholiją, kad godus kito tyrinėjimas pralaužtų tavo paties tvirtovės pylimus.

Visa poezija nuostabiai išversta Vlado Braziūno ir Lanio Breilio. Čia Pessoa seka Chajamu: Sako, kad Chajamo kapą puošia Nišapūro svaigiai kvapnios rožės.

Bet kape nėr gerojo Chajamo: Jis čionai, ir jis - tai mūsų rožės. Įsidėjau į to-read sąrašą - Annemarie Schwarzenbach.

Turbūt niekada ir neperskaitysiu, neatrodo, kad versta į anglų, bet, kaip ir daugybė dalykų "Kompase", paliko tą įspūdį - norėčiau daugiau apie juos sužinoti, nepamiršti, nors turbūt jau ir pamiršau net nebaigus knygos.

Nepatiko: 1. Praktiškai viskas tas pats, kas ir patiko. MUILO OPEROS A. ŠEKSPYRO PABAIGA, KUR PAAIŠKĖJA, KAD JI VISADA JĮ MYLĖJO, TIK NEDRĮSO PASAKYTI, BET DABAR JAU DRĮSTA IR PLANUOJA ATVAŽIUOTI, O JIS JAU MIRŠTA, LOL.

Laura V. Che cosa racconta? E si scoprono cose curiose e interessanti. Non sapevo, per esempio, che Flaubert avesse tenuto un diario egiziano né che Goethe si fosse dilettato a scrivere esercizi di lingua araba.

Considerati gli specifici riferimenti geografici, letterari e linguistici ad arabo e persiano, purtroppo non si tratta di una lettura per tutti, semmai per appassionati del settore, altrimenti essa rischia di annoiare o, peggio, di non essere capita.

E a me, indegna appassionata di questioni orientali, che cosa ha lasciato questo libro? Moltissimo, più di quanto potessi immaginare. Uno strazio profondo al pensiero di ciò che il Paese è diventato dopo ormai sei anni di guerra: un cumulo insanguinato di macerie e morte, perenne monumento alla stupidità e crudeltà umane.

Chris Via. ماتياس إينار رواية عظيمة، دسمة، اختلط فيها الشرق مع الغرب لينتج نص روائي متين ساحر، يمشي الكاتب فيها على نسق من الغرابة المحببة لنفس كل قاريء، ولم تخل رواياته من كلام مطول عن الشرق ونصوصه البديعة، ولا سيما كلامه عن بومة هدايت العمياء، فقد قدم لها إينار تصور مذهل يشجع المرء على إعادة قراءتها.

بين عواصم أوروبا وعواصم الشام وإيران، ينتقل الكاتب بانسيابية يُحسد عليها، مستعيدا ذكريات وأحداث ناسجا منها حكاياته لتكون في النهاية نص عظيم. الرواية ممتازة، متماسكة محبوكة، فيها من الخيال والحقيقة ما يعطيها قوة هائلة، وتُقرأ مرات ومرات بدون ملل أو ثقل، وخاصة لمحبي المزج بين الشرق والغرب في الكتابة.

Gumble's Yard - Golden Reviewer. it focuses on ambitious, imaginative and innovative writing, both in translation and in the English language. Their novels are my words distinctively and beautifully styled, with plain, deep blue covers and a "French-flap" style And that serves as something of an introduction to this novel distinctive, at times beautiful styled, but also very French - a winner of the Prix Goncourt, the most prestigious French literary prize - but perhaps a novel less designed obviously appealing to non-French speaking literary tastes it was shortlisted for but did not win the Man Booker International Prize.

Ostensibly the set-up of this novel is that it is set over a single night of insomnia, as Franz Ritter an Austrian Musicologist, suffering from an unnamed, but he believes, serious illness thinks back on his various travels and researches in the Middle East and in particular his at least on his side obsessive relationship with a French academic, Sarah.

In practice this book is more of a Sebald-esque meditation on the Middle East particularly Syria, Iran and Turkey , on Orientalism, and the relationships and interactions of Westerners archaeologists, writers, musicians, academics with that area over the last few centuries.

these words — Orient, Occidental - have no more heuristic value than the unreachable directions they designate. At times also the book turns effectively into a non-fictional book or perhaps more of some form of cultural essay or doctoral thesis — and, it has to be said, a poorly organised and at times tedious one.

On a second read - I realised that this is a book to be dipped into, to lose oneself in one of Franz's digressions for 15 minutes just before sleeping makes a wonderful digression but trying to read it conventionally and serially is challenging despite its conceit of it taking place over a single night.

Perhaps in this way the novel mirrors a night of insomnia and fever, drifting between chains of association.

Sarah talked to me about her thesis ……. Bring to light the rhizomes of that common construction of modernity. Whereas history could be read in an entirely different way, she said, written in an entirely different way, in sharing and continuity. She spoke at length on the postcolonial holy trinity — Said, Bhabha, Spivak; on the question of imperialism, of difference, of the 21st-century, when, facing violence, we needed more than ever to rid ourselves of the absolute otherness of Islam and to admit not only the terrifying violence of colonialism but also all that Europe owed to the Orient — the impossibility of separating from each other, the necessity of changing our perspective.

We had to find, she said, beyond the stupid repentance of some or the colonial nostalgia of others, a new vision that includes the other or the self. On both sides.

Overall a flawed novel but an important and, if approached in the correct way, ultimately enjoyable one. Franz, il protagonista e unico personaggio in scena, va a dormire e per pagine seguiamo la sua notte insonne.

Gruper e cane. Una tisana nel corso della notte. Questo in apparenza. In realtà seguendo i pensieri insonni di Franz si apre un racconto multistrato con un reticolo di storie e personaggi.

Franz ha un qualche tipo di malattia, forse mortalmente grave, forse no, forse immaginaria. Il rapporto con il suo medico, dott. Kraus, è dialettico. Scoprire gli esiti di questa malattia è un elemento di suspence che ti invoglia a proseguire.

Franz è tendenzialmente malinconico, con un pizzico di ironia. Franz scandisce il tempo del libro, la sua notte ed il titolo dei capitoli va dalle 11 di sera alle 7 di mattina, ed il tempo dei ricordi, spalmati in un arco di oltre 20 anni. Il tempo, il suo scorrere, è uno degli strati del libro.

La affascinante Sarah, studiosa di storia orientale, è il suo amore della vita, poco corrisposto. Capire se questo amore si realizzerà è un altro elemento di suspence. Sì, è anche una storia di amore. Fuori dai canoni. E questo è uno degli strati del libro, il mondo di questi cultori della materia, tra cui, inaspettatamente, anche alcuni italiani.

E noi con loro. Un altro strato del libro: il racconto di viaggio. Questo strato, tutte queste storie, costituiscono una parte fondamentale del del libro.

Che ci porta agli ultimi due strati: uno personale e uno politico. Mantenendo sempre viva la speranza, perchè il sole sorge sempre, a Est. Delacroix, Donne di Algeri nei loro appartamenti, Annemarie Schwarzenbach "Sarah Франц Ритер, интровертни, анксиозни музиколог из Беча, током једне бесане ноћи присећаће се свог пређашњег живота, својих професионалних путовања и дужих боравака по Оријенту, пре свега Сирији и Ирану.

Древне рушевине Палмире, бучни сукови Алепа и убрзани живот велеграда какав је Техеран, све је то овде живо и готово опипљиво. Испреплетано, у мисли ће му долазити и прелепа Сара, врхунски познавалац Оријента, његова честа професионална сапутница, али и дугогодишња емотивна чежња.

На свакој страници види се изузетна ерудиција аутора; он са лакоћом прелази из епохе у епоху, мења углове посматрања, описује револуције, скицира друштвена таласања и открива читав један нови свет, маестрално и живо приповедајући. Матијас Енар овом књигом одаје огромну почаст оријенталној култури, показујући њену недељивост и неодвојивост од онога што се сматра западним културним вредностима.

Изузетно ми прија како Енар пише и подстиче на даље истраживање. Ово је заиста једно ремек-дело и радујем се даљем откривању Енарових дела. I made a start on this book several months ago when it was long listed for the Man Booker International prize.

I gave up after a third of the book because I felt like I was being tortured by being force-fed Wikipedia articles.

There are two quotes from The Guardian that, I think, sum up my sentiments: Fascinating though the facts often are, the scores of pages of this kind of thing are mainly rendered in detailed precis: there is very little direct speech in the novel, which helps to evoke the febrile meanderings of insomniac memory but it also threatens to send the reader, if not Franz, off to merciful sleep.

As the dawn does for our sleepless hero, this comes as a relief to the reader, who emerges from this strangely powerful work as from a feverish dream. I think one thing that helped me get to the end this time was the fact that I recently read Home Fire and Exit West from the main Man Booker long list.

Compass is a sort of meditation on the interaction between East and West and it often gave me cause to think back over those two books.

This quote also highlights one of the problems I had with this book: the sentences are simply too long this is a relatively short example and I found it even though I have read all of Pynchon!

rather mind-numbing. That said, I think the mind-numbing is partly deliberate. The book is the rambling thoughts of Franz Ritter through a sleepless night.

He is wrestling with his thwarted love for Sarah and remembering the times they have spent together. Both of them, in different fields, are fascinated by the interaction of East and West, so his thinking about Sarah feeds his thinking about Orientalism and vice versa. Unfortunately, I ended up in the place the narrator finds himself when considering a colleague …he would pace up and down the corridors thinking out loud in a low voice, for hours, kilometres of corridors travelled, and this monody, as knowledgeable as it was unintelligible, got on my nerves terribly.

Last time I read this I abandoned it and gave it 1 star. This time, I have completed it and I am upping my rating because I can recognise the literary merit of the book. But I cannot claim to have enjoyed it, despite the odd flash of humour. So, 2 stars is as far as I can go.

Warren Fournier. Unfortunately, I must call a foul on this one. This otherwise ingenious book was ruined by it's own attempts to impress.

In this review, I shall demonstrate why it is perfectly okay to not drool all over Mathias Énard's "Boussole," aka "Compass. Unfortunately, I don't think I can recall a more blatant example of how the industry of contemporary literature and art pulls the wool over the eyes of otherwise intelligent audiences hungry for cerebral stimulation.

First, let's take a look at the author's entry in Wikipedia, shall we? Oh my So many awards. So much recognition. He must be important. This is the guy to tell a story! But beyond the list of pats on the back, Wikipedia offers little other information.

Now, we all have heard the criticisms concerning Wikipedia, and considering the forum tends to be a "catch-all" kind of advertisement, the first item in a search when someone Google's the name of an artist, the people who wrote Énard's article knew what they were doing.

It says hardly anything about the man himself or the kind of work he does. It doesn't say anything about the themes of his writings. There are no individual articles about his books. But you can certainly see where the priorities are.

His recognitions begin after the second sentence of the opening paragraph in his bio. Then, as if that were not eye-catching enough, the whole next section is entitled "Awards and Honours," before they even get to his list of works.

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Mathias Énard 34 books followers. Mathias Énard studied Persian and Arabic and spent long periods in the Middle East. A professor of Arabic at the University of Barcelona, he won the Prix des Cinq Continents de la Francophonie and the Prix Edmée-de-La-Rochefoucauld for his first novel, La perfection du tir.

He has been awarded many prizes for Zone , including the Prix du Livre Inter and the Prix Décembre. Compass , which garnered Énard the renowned Prix Goncourt in , traces the intimate connection between Western humanities and art history, and Islamic philosophy and culture.

In one sentence that's over pages long, Zone tells of the recent European past as a cascade of consequences of wars and conflicts. Énard lives and works in Barcelona, where he teaches Arabic at the Universitat Autònoma.

His latest publications include a poetry collection titled Dernière communication à la société proustienne de Barcelone Final message to the Proust Society of Barcelona and Le Banquet annuel de la confrérie des fossoyeurs , a long novel published in Write a Review.

Create a free account to discover what your friends think of this book! Community Reviews. Search review text. Displaying 1 - 30 of reviews. Vit Babenco. Compass is a single sleepless night of intertwined reminiscences, dreams, fantasies and intellectual contemplations.

This Sarawak business possibly confirms my doubts, has she too become lost in turn, lost body and soul in the Orient like all those characters she has studied so? Dissimilar to One Thousand and One Nights it is a tale of just one night. Insomniac Austrian musicologist Franz Ritter is Shahryar but his Scheherazade — Sarah — is seven seas away in Malaysia so he tells the stories himself: musicological, literary, amorous, historical and oriental tales out of his imaginary book On the Divers Forms of Lunacie in the Orient.

And on the way he flays romantic illusions from the oriental world… We were able to breathe in blood, fill our lungs with blood and enjoy death to the fullest extent. For centuries we transmuted death into beauty, blood into flowers, into fountains of blood, filled the museum cases with blood-stained uniforms and eyeglasses smashed in by martyrdom and we are proud of it, for each martyr is a poppy that is red, that is a little bit of beauty that is this world.

We have produced a liquid, red people, it lives in death and is happy in Paradise. We have stretched a black canvas over Paradise to protect it from the sun.

We have washed our corpses in the rivers of Paradise. Paradise is a Persian word. We give passersby the water of death, to drink from it under the black tents of mourning. Paradise is the name of our country, the cemeteries where we live, the name of sacrifice. Man creates then other man comes and destroys what was created… It is history.

Lee Klein. Finished this finally, unintentionally in the perfect way, reading from three to five in the morning when I couldn't sleep. It's the perfect way to finish because this is an insomniac's diary, or more so, its conceit involves an Austrian insomniac's cognitive perambulations in bed in Vienna as he makes his way, only ordered by the increasingly late hour, through the occidental experience of alterity the novel's keyword in the orient.

It's about the interpenetration of east and west, self in the other. Like Zone , it's a vehicle for erudition, an assemblage of a whole lot of stuff previously unbeknownst to me. In "Zone," each phrase of a discontinuous, single, page sentence is like the ties along the tracks the narrator rolls over seated in a train, providing basic forward movement and structure, whereas in this one, the narrator is in bed mostly, or puttering around his apartment, as nocturnal hours pass.

In both novels, the masks the author wears his narrators have insider information -- although he's not a former spy as in "Zone," the academic orientalist narrator of "Compass" feels more naturally aligned with the author who I believe at one time taught Arabic at the University of Barcelona.

The narrative mask seems more transparent. At one point, research is associated with espionage and this is sort of like the secret history of the western infatuation with the east, but Enard being a great writer blurs the duality and complexifies it.

He also refers to Beethoven's Moonlight Sonata solely as his 14th sonata, which I then had to look up on Spotify, which really comes in handy when reading this since you can find Mendelssohn's Octet and choose from dozens of versions, or pieces by Schubert, Chopin, Wagner, or any other piece by western classical composers you don't know at all or well that are discussed at one point.

Someone with more time should put together a "Compass" playlist. Update: someone did just that! The title itself refers in part to Beethoven's compass, which is set to point east instead of north. It's not all about "orientalist" interests, however -- there's also a love story with another academic, Sarah, who the narrator loved and loves still, and idealizes, especially times together in Tehran and Damascus, and the love story, the history of their interactions since then, the cooling off, the letters, the time together in Vienna when Sarah only wants to visit museums related to horror, establish the novel's spine, the trunk from which the limbs of episodes and anecdotes and the foliage of essay and ideas can grow.

Although nowhere near as conventional as Enard's last translated novel, Street of Thieves , the love story is satisfying enough, as is all the esoteric information and all the reference particularly to writers and artists and composers.

It's five-stars in terms of the author's ambition, execution, and erudition but I nevertheless docked a star for my reading experience: I could only read this in bits and pieces, a few pages on the subway to and from work, a few pages before sleep overwhelmed me or I decided to put it down in favor of a tight NBA playoff fourth quarter streaming to my tablet.

At times I thought it could have been edited more stringently, could have been pruned throughout and lost a hundred or more pages without missing much overall, but its ranginess and excessive stream-o'-consciousness sleepless progression also seem essential to what makes it feel unique.

Anyway, definitely recommended reading for anyone willing to immerse themselves in the long history of western addiction to oriental alterity, beyond belly dancers, magic carpets, genies, all the way up to those recent black-hooded Islamic State decapitators from London.

Lots of interesting opium-related stuff in here, too. And a nod to hope in the end. All of the author's novels I've read in English have been translated by Charlotte Mandel, a tandem I count with confidence among my favorite contemporary writers thanks to this one's addition to their achievements, all different yet united in their focus on Euro-Eastern interaction and the often but not always resultant atrocities.

بوصلة الكاتب الفرنسي ماتياس إينار تُشير إلى روح الشرق وجماله في الليل ما بين الألم والأرق يستعيد بطل روايته فرانز ريتر ذكريات الحب والترحال ريتر عالِم الموسيقى الذي يربط الشرق والغرب على مر العصور ومن حكاية لحكاية ومن ذكرى لأخرى ينتقل بين البلاد والشخصيات الموسيقى والفن, الشعر والأدب, الإشارات التاريخية والثقافية والاستشراقية رحلة ليلية بين عوالم الشرق وطيف الحبيبة الغائبة التي تسكن قلبه ومع نور الفجر تنتهي الذكريات ويتجدد الأمل والسؤال "متى سأحتضن حبي بين ذراعيّ"؟ Paul Fulcher.

Author 2 books 1, followers. Now on the outstanding longlist for the Republic of Consciousness Prize for 'gorgeous prose and hardcore literary fiction' from small, independent presses. In Germany they impose the Scriptures on you in the back of the bedside table drawer, in Muslim countries they stick a little compass for you into the wood of the bed, or they draw a wind rose marking the direction of Mecca on the desk, compass and wind rose that can indeed serve to locate the Arabian Penisula, but also, if you're so inclined, Rome, Vienna or Moscow: you're never lost in these lands.

I even saw some prayer rugs with a little compass woven into them, carpets you immediately wanted to set flying, since they were so prepared for aerial navigation.

Matthias Enard's Compass, translated, like his wonderful novel Zone, by the highly accomplished Charlotte Mendel, is a novel dedicated to, inter alia, "The Circle of Melancholy Orientalists" and the Syrian people. The book consists of the recollections and stream of associations, during one insomnia filled night in Vienna, by Frank Ritter, a musicologist specialising in the influence of the oriental on Western Music.

I've shown that the revolution in music in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries owed everything to the Orient, that it was not a matter of 'exotic procedures' as thought before, this exoticism had a meaning, that it made external elements, alterity, enter, it was a large movement and gathered together, among others, Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert, Liszt, Berlioz, Bizet, Rimsky-Korsakov, Debussy, Bartok, Hindemith, Schoenberg, Szymanowski,, hundreds of composers throughout all of Europe, all over Europe the wind of alterity blows, all these great men use what comes to them from the Other to modify the Self, to barstardize it, for genius wants barstardy, the use of external procedures to undermine the dictatorship of church chant and harmony, why am I getting worked up all alone on my pillow now, probably because I'm a poor academic with a revolutionary thesis no one cares about.

No one is interested any more in Felicien David who became extraordinarily famous on 8 December after the premiere of Le Desert. Franz has just received an, albeit unconfirmed, diagnosis that he is suffering from a unspecified in the novel degenerative and ultimately fatal condition, prompting his night of reflection, particularly on his unconsummated relationship with Sarah, whose PhD thesis kicks off his memories and thoughts.

It began: There are certain wounds in life that, like leprosy, eat away at the soul and diminish it," writes the Iranian Sadegh Hedayat at the beginning of his novel The Blind Owl; the little man with round glasses knew this better than anyone.

And he reflects: Today as I reread the beginning of this text, I must admit there was something strong and innovative in these four hundred pages on the images and representations of the Orient, non-places, utopias, ideological fantasies in which many who wanted to travel had got lost: the bodies of artists, poets and travellers who have tried to explore them were pushed little by little towards destruction; illusion as Hedayat said, ate away at the soul in solitude - what had long been called madness, melancholy, depression was often the result of friction, a loss of self in creation, in contact with alterity.

This concept of alterity is crucial to the novel. Franz's thoughts take us widely through the history of music, literature, archaeology and those Westerners who embraced the East. But he is equally aware that one can only really become the other if one erases oneself: When Chateaubriand invented travel literature with his Itinerary from Paris to Jerusalem in , long before Stendhal and his Memoirs of an Egotist, more or less the same time as the publication of Goethe's Italian journey, Chateaubriand was spying for the sake of art; he was certainly no longer the explorer who spied for science or for the army: he spied mainly for literature.

Art has its spies, just as history or the natural sciences have theirs. Archaeology is a form of espionage, botany, poetry as well; ethnomusicologists are spies of music.

Spies are travellers, travellers are spies. They see nothing. They think they see, but they observe only reflections. We are prisoners of images, of representations, Sarah would say, and only those who, like her or the peddler, choose to rid themselves of their lives if such a thing is possible can reach the other.

A contemporary note is sounded by the his contrasting his own experience in Syria to what he sees in the news today, as the country is caught between the forces of the Syrian state and the Islamic State for example reflecting on a visit on the s to the Baron Hotel in Aleppo: In the evening as the day faded the bar filled up not only with hotel clients, but also with tourists staying elsewhere coming to soak in the nostalgia, drinking a beer or an arak whose smell of anise, mixed with that of peanuts and cigarettes, was the only Oriental touch on the decor.

This is a novel full of what the publishers blurb describes, accurately, as "generous erudition. I couldn't help but draw the contrast to last year's deeply unimpressive Man Booker winner and this is the very type of novel that makes me prefer the Man Booker International variant.

One for the shortlist and a contender for the overall prize. We Europeans see them with the horror of otherness; but this otherness is just as terrifying for an Iraqi or a Yemenite. Even what we reject, what we hate, emerges in this common imaginal world.

Whereas Jim Gauer's masterful Novel Explosives was a fanfare of images and poetry, this is a sustained exercise , an unflinching exploration of the relations between East and West and perhaps, ultimately, what Pessoa quipped is the "East east of the East.

The novel is a nightlong insomniac agony of a perhaps dying Austrian musicologist Franz Ritter who ponders the efficacy of scholarship in our world-- while his misspent attentions and affections have crisscrossed the globe - especially towards and in the form of Sarah, a French ethnologist whom the protagonist has loved for decades and cravenly been unable to articulate.

There are lateral paths and stories revealed on nearly every page, how the vampire novel has roots in the cross-pollination of Turkish and central European music. Thomas Mann and his children wave a significant shadow over these proceedings.

There are links between Rimbaud's amputation and Edward Said's piano playing -- if you look for them. Despite such erudite architecture, this is also a novel of opium, wine and unfortunately beheadings.

Etymology, poetry and emancipatory politics make for cumbersome bedmates but the reader can only benefit from such congestion. Matters did appear to lose momentum but I felt it to be tremendously moving throughout. Compass takes place over the course of one, long night during which Franz Ritter, a Viennese musicologist, suffers from a terrible bout of insomnia.

The symptoms from his recently diagnosed illness, the memories of an unrequited love, and the dissatisfaction at his mediocre academic career all contribute to his sleepless night.

Instead of chapters, Énard uses time stamps to denote the hours that are slowly ticking away as Franz runs through years of memories. Sarah, a French Academic with whom Franz has spent many years in love, sends him an article she has written from Sarawak, in Malaysia, which is her current place of residence.

It is unclear at the beginning what Franz and Sarah mean or have meant to each other, but Franz slowly unravels their complicated history throughout the course of his sleepless night. As an academic musicologist, Franz has had a deep interest in the music of the Middle East, which studies have brought him into close contact with many orientalists, including Sarah.

Compass is a travelogue, an historical essay, a literary catalog and a music lesson on the Orient. Franz takes us on his travels from Istanbul, to Palmyra, to Damascus, to Aleppo and to Tehran as he explores eastern music and his growing, emotional attachment to Sarah. The Orient becomes just as beautiful, enchanting and elusive as his love for Sarah.

When Franz and Sarah are suddenly forced to end their travels together in Tehran, Franz nurses his wounds by going back home and retreating into himself and his academic career. Sarah consoles herself by wandering father east where she ends up spending quite a bit of time in a Buddhist monastery.

The faded photographs and yellowing Orientalist engravings. The poetic works of Pessoa on a sculpted wooden book stand meant to house the Koran. My tarboosh from Istanbul, my heavy wood indoor coat from the souk in Damascus, my lute from Aleppo bought with Nadim.

The disjointed and rambling narrative structure is fitting for a man whose mind cannot rest over the course of a sleepless night. He jumps from one topic to the next: his illness, musicology, literature, archaeology and, of course, Sarah. One common thread that runs through his thoughts are the connections between East and West.

He has a joke compass that points east which is fitting for Franz since his thoughts are always pulled in that direction. He discusses travelers, writers, musicians, academics and archaeologists who were fascinated by Orientalist travels and study. One of my favorite examples Franz brings up is the Swiss author, journalist, traveler, and even occasional archaeologists, Annmarie Schwarzenbach whose wanderlust brings her to different parts of the East.

The Baron Hotel that Franz and Sarah stay at in Aleppo, and probably the entire neighborhood, has been reduced to a pile of rubble.

The descriptions of his travels in Palmyra were particularly striking to me. The amount of research that must have gone into the writing of this erudite book is astonishing. Descriptions of Pessoa, Magris, Schwarzenbach and Hedayat to name a few, have caused me to add all of these authors to my always-growing library.

Some of the writers Enard mentions are so esoteric that I was disappointed not to find them in English translation—the surrealist French poet Germain Nouveau, for example. It is truly a great thing when one piece of literature gives one such a full list of further reading.

Philippe Malzieu. Author 2 books followers. I remembered the beginning of Salammbô. I was already in love with Salammbô. I did not want to read this book. It belongs to the short list for the Goncourt Prize then which the best french book Laurent Binet has been eliminated.

And I read the beginning of this novel in the bookseller. There is a brilliant text on Sadegh Hedayat. Enard compares him to Kafka and it is well seen. So I decided to read it. An austrian musicolog have a love affair with Sarah, brilliant young university researcher.

The book became a kind of treasure hunt between them with different stop from Vienna to Viet Nam. But too much erudition, too much references. It is a debeauche of exotics word and tones. It is too much. there is even photos. Photos in literature book have only a goal, prevent the author to write description like Breton in Nadja.

Here, they have no utility. I have the impression that the author had collected all the cultural references on orient and had built his book around them. We are far from the conciseness of Flaubert. The novel becomes boring even if sarah does not miss charm. Sunkaus darbo reikalaujanti knyga. Skaičiau ilgai, vietomis patiko labai, vietomis, jaučiu, praskrido over the head.

Gal taip ir turi būti. Ir tik baigdama suvokiau, kad čia akademinis romanas - ne Stouneris, ne Secret History, ne Davidas Lodge'as, ne parodija ar linksmybės - bet vis tiek tai, kas duoda bendrą struktūrą, bendrą rėmą, yra akademija ir mokslinis tyrimas.

Neišbaigtas, laisvos struktūros gal maždaug tai, kas dabar vadinama meniniu tyrimu? Bet sykiu ir poetiškas, lyrinis, ir tai jį ištraukia - bent man ištraukė. Teksto struktūra panaši į "Petro imperatorės" ir sykiu tikresnė : pasakotojas naktį nemiega, merdi, jam į galvą plūsta visokiausi atsiminimai, istorijos, kliedesiai ir fantazijos.

Pasakotojas - jaunas austras muzikologas, nelaimingai įsimylėjęs Rytų tyrinėtoją Sarą ir su ja keliskart keliavęs po Rytus, senovinius griuvėsius ir miestus, aptarinėjęs ir aiškinęsis orientalizmą, skaitęs Rytų poeziją, susirašinėjęs, ieškojęs Rytų atšvaitų Vakarų kultūroj ir visą laiką rasdavęs tai, kuo įsitikinęs, - kad Rytų ir Vakarų perskyra yra dirbtinė ir schematiška, kad Rytai nėra kažkas kita, nepažinu, kad jie visada jau yra paveikę Vakarus - jų architektūra jau perimta, jų poezija jau paveikusi gausybę rašytojų ir tt.

Lyriška, bet gražu - kai jis kalba, kad, pvz, Islamo valstybės ar kitų radikalų kraujo karai ir egzekucijos rytiečiui yra tokie pat baisūs, atgrasūs ir nesuvokiami kaip vakariečiui. Vyrišką giminę palieku sąmoningai, nes nors knyga persunkta progresyvumo, žingsnių anapus dirbtinių skirčių ir barjerų - taip pat ir lyčių, tas ribų perženginėjimas atrodo labai akademinis, pavargęs, kaip ir ta ilga merdėjimo naktis.

Labai patiko: 1. Visas jauno žmogaus nuovargis, silpnumas ir to sąsaja su akademiniu buvimu - gal net ne tiek univeru, kiek apskritai darbo ir žiūrėjimo į gyvenimą būdu. Kai tu renki renki renki info, daug jos atsimeni, ji tarpusavyje nebūtinai rišasi - rišasi nebent per asociacijas ar minčių šuolius.

Atsimenu, Andriuškevičius rašė: aš esu konsteliacija tekstų, kurie niekaip kitaip nesiriša, kaip tik mano galvoje. Tai "Kompasas" yra tobula iliustracija, žvilgsnis į žmogaus protą - net nebūtinai akademiko, bet gal labiausiai akademiko, nes būtent tokiam prote - įsivaizduoju - daugiausiai koliažo, paskirų vaizdinių o ne dinamikos ar veiksmų grandinių.

Taip pat ir šiaip akademikų ir akademikių aprašymai: Sara jautėsi labai laiminga atsidūrusi tarp visų tų orientalistų ir juos stebėdama: kartais atrodydavo, kad ji aprašinėja zoologijos sodą, žmones narvuose, kurių daugelis pasiduodavo paranojai, prarasdavo sveiką protą ir išsiugdydavo nuostabią neapykantą vieni kitiems, beprotybę, įvairiausias patologijas, odos ligas, mistinius kliedesius, obsesijas, mokslines blokuotes, verčiančias juos dirbti ir dirbti, valandų valandas trinti alkūnėmis rašomuosius stalus nieko nesukuriant, nieko, išskyrus smegenų garą, išsprūstantį pro to garbingo instituto langus ir ištirpstantį Damasko ore.

Kai kurie uoliai lankydavosi bibliotekoje naktimis; vaikščiodavo tarp lentynų kiauras valandas, tikėdamiesi, kad spausdinta medžiaga galiausiai ims tekėti, prisodrins juos mokslu ir baigdavo paieškas paryčiais, viskuo nusivylę, susmukę kur kampe, kol juos papurtydavo į darbą atėję bibliotekininkai.

Gražiausias ir sykiu turbūt tipiškiausias sakinys, kur užtenka perskaityt ir žinai, ar norėsi visą knygą skaityti, ar užknis dėčiau tokius ant ketvirto viršelio : Laikas atsiėmė savo teises į "Sissi House"; "Barono" viešbutis dar laikosi, užvertos jo langinės miega kietu miegu laukdamos, kada gi "Islamo valstybės" galvažudžiai įkurs ten savo generalinį štabą, pavers jį kalėjimu, seifu arba galiausiai susprogdins: susprogdins mano gėdą ir negęstantį jos prisiminimą drauge su šitiekos keliautojų atmintimi, dulkės užklos Anemari, T.

Lorensą, Agatą Kristi, Saros kambarį, didelį koridorių geometrinių motyvų plytelės, sienos nulakuotos kremine spalva ; aukštos lubos užgrius laiptų aikštelę, kur stovėjo dvi didelės kedro skrynios, nostalgijos karstai su memorialinėmis plokštėmis: "London - Baghdad in 8 days by Simplon Orient Express and Taurus express", nuolaužos praris monumentalius laiptus, kuriais kopiau, pagautas staigaus impulso, praėjus ketvirčiui valandos po to, kai Sara apie vidurnaktį nusprendė eiti gulti: vėl regiu save beldžiant į jos duris, dvivėres medines duris pageltusiais dažais, krumpliai - prie trijų metalinių skaičių, aš pilnas baimės, ryžto, vilties ir apakimo, suspausta krūtine, kaip žmogus, puolęs veikti, trokštantis rasti lovoje būtybę, kurią jis jautė po antklode Palmyroje, ir pratęsti tai, kas buvo, įsikibti, panirt į užmarštį, į pojūčių pasotinimą, kad švelnumas nuvytų melancholiją, kad godus kito tyrinėjimas pralaužtų tavo paties tvirtovės pylimus.

Visa poezija nuostabiai išversta Vlado Braziūno ir Lanio Breilio. Čia Pessoa seka Chajamu: Sako, kad Chajamo kapą puošia Nišapūro svaigiai kvapnios rožės. Bet kape nėr gerojo Chajamo: Jis čionai, ir jis - tai mūsų rožės.

Įsidėjau į to-read sąrašą - Annemarie Schwarzenbach. Turbūt niekada ir neperskaitysiu, neatrodo, kad versta į anglų, bet, kaip ir daugybė dalykų "Kompase", paliko tą įspūdį - norėčiau daugiau apie juos sužinoti, nepamiršti, nors turbūt jau ir pamiršau net nebaigus knygos. Nepatiko: 1. Praktiškai viskas tas pats, kas ir patiko.

MUILO OPEROS A. ŠEKSPYRO PABAIGA, KUR PAAIŠKĖJA, KAD JI VISADA JĮ MYLĖJO, TIK NEDRĮSO PASAKYTI, BET DABAR JAU DRĮSTA IR PLANUOJA ATVAŽIUOTI, O JIS JAU MIRŠTA, LOL. Laura V. Che cosa racconta?

E si scoprono cose curiose e interessanti. Non sapevo, per esempio, che Flaubert avesse tenuto un diario egiziano né che Goethe si fosse dilettato a scrivere esercizi di lingua araba. Considerati gli specifici riferimenti geografici, letterari e linguistici ad arabo e persiano, purtroppo non si tratta di una lettura per tutti, semmai per appassionati del settore, altrimenti essa rischia di annoiare o, peggio, di non essere capita.

E a me, indegna appassionata di questioni orientali, che cosa ha lasciato questo libro? Moltissimo, più di quanto potessi immaginare. Uno strazio profondo al pensiero di ciò che il Paese è diventato dopo ormai sei anni di guerra: un cumulo insanguinato di macerie e morte, perenne monumento alla stupidità e crudeltà umane.

Chris Via. ماتياس إينار رواية عظيمة، دسمة، اختلط فيها الشرق مع الغرب لينتج نص روائي متين ساحر، يمشي الكاتب فيها على نسق من الغرابة المحببة لنفس كل قاريء، ولم تخل رواياته من كلام مطول عن الشرق ونصوصه البديعة، ولا سيما كلامه عن بومة هدايت العمياء، فقد قدم لها إينار تصور مذهل يشجع المرء على إعادة قراءتها.

بين عواصم أوروبا وعواصم الشام وإيران، ينتقل الكاتب بانسيابية يُحسد عليها، مستعيدا ذكريات وأحداث ناسجا منها حكاياته لتكون في النهاية نص عظيم. الرواية ممتازة، متماسكة محبوكة، فيها من الخيال والحقيقة ما يعطيها قوة هائلة، وتُقرأ مرات ومرات بدون ملل أو ثقل، وخاصة لمحبي المزج بين الشرق والغرب في الكتابة.

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Con aforo limitado y cumpliendo medidas de bioseguridad, quienes se inscriban para este recorrido visitarán Santo Domingo, la calle La Ronda, San Francisco, y observarán las iglesias de la calle García Moreno.

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