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For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Sanjay Sipahimalani | Updated: December 25 2015 10:22 pm Orhan Pamuk (Express photo by Prashant Nadkar) Related News Book: A Strangeness in My Mind Author: Orhan Pamuk Publishers: Penguin Random Pages: 584 Price: Rs 699 In a scene from Orhan Pamuk’s 2008 novel The Museum of Innocence the narrator in his Istanbul home on winter nights hears a boza seller ringing his bell as he passes the door and is overcome by an urge for the vendor’s beverage a fermented grain drink popular from the time of the Ottomans In Pamuk’s new novel A Strangeness in My Mind it’s the boza seller who takes centrestage A Strangeness in My Mind — the title is from William Wordsworth’s The Prelude — is the saga of Mevlut Karatas who accompanies his father to Istanbul from the provinces and spends the rest of his life there coming to realise that his vocation lies in selling boza to the city’s thirsty and sometimes nostalgic residents In this way the book is yet another representation of Istanbul by Pamuk this time describing not the privileged of the city as with The Museum of Innocence but its underclass those who migrate in search of a better life and find work as itinerant pedlars waiters maids cooks mechanics and the like The unemployed the underskilled and the poorly educated as sociologist Elijah Anderson has described them Another way in which A Strangeness in My Mind complements The Museum of Innocence is that at the heart of both is a long-lived love story Mevlut’s wooing of and subsequent relationship with his wife Rahiya provide some of the book’s most touching as well as light-hearted moments from the case of mistaken identity with which their wedlock commences to the deepening of ties over the years Pamuk has elsewhere written of his admiration for Stendhal of the latter’s brand of psychological realism and in this novel that influence is in full flower He carries a Stendhalian mirror down Istanbul’s roads allowing it to reflect the milieu morals and manners of Mevlut his family and his friends In keeping with the mischievous modernist manner of his other works Pamuk also makes this novel polyphonic: the third person saga of Mevlut is shot through with first-person voices from others in his ken (One of these characters even alludes puckishly to the writer’s own predicament: “I could write a book about all the men I’ve known and then I would also end up on trial for insulting Turkishness”) The somewhat nave and always sincere Mevlut’s “strangeness” is referred to time and again“Mevlut wasn’t sure whether the strangeness was in his mind or in the world” we’re told at the beginning and then again referring to the perfect match between Mevlut and Istanbul: “In a city you can be alone in a crowd and in fact what makes the city a city is that it lets you hide the strangeness in our mind inside its teeming multitudes” For over four decades from student to husband to father and during various occupations he finds satisfaction as a seller of the emblematic boza on Istanbul’s streets with his cry “reminding us of centuries past and the good old days that have come and gone” Overall there’s an even-toned quality to the narration in Ekin Oklap’s English translation Personal triumphs and tragedies (births deaths employment unemployment friendships fallings-out reunions) are rendered in the same register as urban progress and setbacks (earthquakes military coups elections slum razing expansion) with the whole bracketed by an index of characters chronology and family tree In addition because of the span of time covered many sections inevitably contain more summary than incident At times all of this can flatten the novel’s landscape One of its considerable strengths though is the way it makes the universal aspects of rural-urban migration spring to life One member of a family leaves home for a better life; others from his immediate family follow; shantytowns with informal collaborative networks of people spring up on the outskirts and in time integrate into the city’s fabric: to these bare bones Pamuk adds flesh and blood and heart (Migrant workers casual bribery overcrowded footpaths land grabs electricity thefts bloodshed over beliefs packs of stray dogs run-down movie theatres: change some details and locations and Pamuk could well be writing about an Indian city) At one point years after he’s come to Istanbul Mevlut reflects that “it was sad to see the old face of the city as he had come to know it disappear before his eyes erased by new roads demolitions buildings billboards shops tunnel and flyovers but it was also gratifying to feel that someone out there was working to improve the city for his benefit” These changes and more and the reactions of those affected by them are precisely and compendiously captured here creating an affectionate nostalgic portrait of inner-city Istanbul by one who knows it intimately Sanjay Sipahimalani is a book critic based out of Mumbai The story appeared in print with theheadlineThe Windmills of His Mind For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsMelbourne | Updated: January 23 2014 11:51 am Related News Roger Federer’s revival gathered pace as he edged Andy Murray in a late-night dog fight to set up a blockbuster Australian Open semi-final with world No1 Rafa Nadal who earlier on Wednesday had rode his luck to beat Bulgarian Grigor Dimitrov Swiss Federer played sublime tennis to open a two-set lead over Murray but had to withstand a late charge from Briton before claiming a 6-3 6-4 6-7(6) 6-3 win in the first “Big Four” clash of the year Nadal had dug himself out of a hole to suppress an inspired Dimitrov winning 3-6 7-6(3) 7-6(7) 6-2 after his opponent squandered a chance to win the third set Victoria Azarenka could only blame herself after she was earlier shown the door 6-1 5-7 6-0 by Agnieszka Radwanska to leave the Australian Open without a defending champion in the last four of either draw for the first time in the professional era After ending Azarenka’s hopes of a third straight title Radwanska will face Slovakia’s Dominika Cibulkova who crushed Simona Halep 6-3 6-0 to decide who meets China’s Li Na or Canadian teenager Genie Bouchard in the final Tomas Berdych meets Stan Wawrinka in the first men’s semi-final on Thursday? blamed rain and ground water soaking a hillside weakened by decades of smaller slides.

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