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Memed my hawk

Yashar Kemal

Memed my hawk

by Yashar Kemal

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Published by Writers and Readers Publishing Cooperative in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Originally published, London: Collins and Harvill Press, 1961.

StatementYashar Kemal ; translated from the Turkish by Edouard Roditi.
ContributionsRoditi, Edouard.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18322077M

This page contains details about the Fiction book Memed, My Hawk by Yashar Kemal published in This book is the rd greatest Fiction book of all time as determined by Memed wounds the Agha and disappears into the night but Hatch is captured. Memed, still only a youth, becomes a brigand in the mountains, driven. ― Yaşar Kemal, quote from Memed, My Hawk “Çocuk, ellerini koynuna sokmuş büzülmüştü. Yaşlı adam geldi çocuğun yanma oturdu. For all of us, quotes are a great way to remember a book and to carry with us the author’s best ideas.

Get this from a library! Memed, my hawk. [Yaşar Kemal; Edouard Roditi] -- Young Memed, a peasant turned brigand, fights to save his sweetheart from a forced marriage and to free his Turkish village from tyranny. A sort of folk-hero adventure story is set in the mountains of Turkey. Although the period may well be modern, the world of little villages, cruel lords, bandits and hardworking peasants is semi-feudal, time-forgotten. A boy, Memed, lives with his mother in a village ruled by the cruel Agha. Overworked, he runs away and is brought back to face the Agha's punishment. At 18, Memed .

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Memed, My Hawk, his first novel, was published in and won the Varlik Prize for best novel of the year. Kemal’s numerous other books include The Wind from the Plain trilogy, Salman the Solitary, Seagull, and four books recounting the exploits of Memed, including, Memed, My Hawk and They Burn the Thistles.

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Translated into English inthe book follows Memed as he tries to make a life for himself while his village is under the thumb of the local dictator, Agha Abdi.

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Memed, My Hawk, his first novel, was published in and won the Varlik Prize for best novel of the year. Kemal’s numerous other books include The Wind from the Plain trilogy, Salman the Solitary, Seagull, and four books recounting the exploits of Memed, including, Memed, My Hawk and They Burn the Thistles/5(34).

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"Memed, My Hawk" was written in by Yashar Kemal,who is described in the Foreword as Turkey's most influential living writer. He was born in Chukurova,Turkey where this book is set. He became a journalist after a period as a public letter-writer and was an active member of the banned Workers' Party/5(32).

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He became a journalist after a period as a public letter-writer and was an active member of the banned Workers' Party/5(32). Memed My Hawk: The Turkish title is İnce Memed. “İnce” means thin, skinny, slim, narrow. Memed is a common Turkish name, but the version which is used today is a slightly modernized version: Mehmet.

Compared to Mehmet (which is more common in the cities), Memed is considered to be village-like, folksy; also pure, unaltered, authentic. ~/5.Ince Memed (Memed, My Hawk) Analysis and Summary.After a spell as a journalist, he published a volume of short stories inand then, inhis first novel Memed, My Hawk won the Varlik Prize for best novel of the year.

His highly distinguished literary career continued in this vein; his work won countless prizes from all over the world and has been translated into several languages.