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Yükseltin Tavan Kirişini Ustalar ~ Seymour - Bir Giriş

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J. D. Salinger İkinci Dünya Savaşı yıllarının yedi "tuhaf" kardeşli Glase ailesinin öykülerine Franny ve Zooey'le (YKY, 1993) başlamıştı. Bu kez Glass kardeşlerin öyküsü (yine iki uzun öykü) Yükseltin Tavan Kirişini Ustalar ve Seymour Bir Giriş adlı bu kitapta devam ediyor.Yapı Kredi Yayınları 20. yüzyılın bu modern-klasik (ve efsanevi suskun) ustasının son kitabını da Tür ...more
Paperback, 150 pages
Published March 1999 by Yapı Kredi Yayınları (first published 1955)
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Paul Bryant
Oct 06, 2008 Paul Bryant rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
In retrospect it's a great shame The Carpenters missed their golden opportunity to release a single called "Raise High the Roof Beam".
Paquita Maria Sanchez
It was with simultaneously satisfied and wistful closure that I shut this book. I guess I've now read all the Salinger in almost-chronological order. This book made me especially sad about that fact considering that I was very much aware of what was clearing away as I was vacuuming it up, yet I couldn't make myself sit with it and take it in as slowly as a long goodbye should warrant. Seymour Glass would not approve. Of course, it's likely that there are Salinger shorts out there that weren't pu ...more
Dec 13, 2012 Mariel rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: reciprocity is a pestilent compulsion to bear
Recommended to Mariel by: hold me suspended in a dream
"This is too grand to be said (so I’m just the man to say it), but I can’t be my brother’s brother for nothing, and I know – not always, but I know – there is no single thing I do that is more important than going into that awful Room 307. There isn’t one girl in there, including the Terrible Miss Zabel, who is not as much my sister as Boo Boo or Franny. They may shine with the misinformation of the ages, but they shine. This thought manages to stun me: There’s no place I’d really rather got rig ...more
Ashley Lauren
Jul 08, 2009 Ashley Lauren rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
There were times when I was reading this book that I wondered whether or not I should reconsider Salinger as my favorite author. I mean, these stories are all over the place... but then I realized why I love him so much. Salinger does not write "skim-worthy" sentences. I really feel like the depth of his writing cannot be grasped if a person is not reading them with the utmost concentration. His short stories (Raise High the Roof Beam, Carpenters and others I have read) seem, more or less, usele ...more
October 2009

So basically, I’m waiting for Salinger to die.

I don’t mean that maliciously. Really. I bear no ill will towards the man, and I’d wish him a long and pleasant life as a hermit, full of good health and completely lacking in the company of stupid humans--except, well, he’s already had his. The old man is ninety, slowly doddering his way to ninety-one. Hasn’t published in decades. No one’s seen him in years; he doesn’t even yell at those durn kids to get off his lawn because then people
Mar 07, 2007 Rolls rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Salinger completists
Anyone who read my review of Salinger's "Nine Stories" knows I love this man's work to death. I've read and enjoyed "Catcher in the Rye" and "Franny and Zooey" a whole hell of a lot too. I picked this up with a heart filled with admiration and optimism. Well that optimism was dashed upon the rocks of Salinger's self-indulgence and apparent disregard for his readers.

This book compiles two short stories first published in the New Yorker and are the final two entries in Salinger's Glass family saga
Oct 20, 2016 Pantelis rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
One of my happy thoughts: Salinger, the old hermit, watching "The Royal Tenenbaums" for the first time...
Jun 17, 2008 Joshb rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Salinger is very, very high on the sentimental favorites list, which makes this difficult to assess objectively - so let's start with the easy half of this two-novella collection.

Raise High The Roof Beam, Carpenters is wonderful, and while it occasionally dips a little too deeply into the preciousness well (the same well that Salinger comes oh-so-close to drowning in in Franny and Zooey), it works, and, if you've read A Perfect Day for Bananafish, serves as a pretty chilling prequel to the entir
Sep 23, 2015 Annie rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: read-in-2015
I wish I could give this 4.5 or 4.8 or something like that. Doesn't matter carpenters. We shall not let ourselves get caught under the beam as pendants resembling penny counters, we shall rise above the fascism and rally.
4 is very dependable after all.
M. Sarki
Nov 03, 2013 M. Sarki rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: serious writers and poets
Shelves: 5-star-wonders

I hear myself out on the literary field of battle loudly cheering, and if you look hard enough you can see me flailing my arms as well. I have my own Davega to share. A gift to be given for the meek and serious among you. I am speaking to the seriously patient and long-suffering reader, and not instead to a citizen submissive or spineless in any way. I mean a searcher as I am; one looking for the hard truth and all its surprises.

The credentialed shine, bu
Nov 13, 2015 Teresa rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: n-usa, g-contos, e5
Do que li de Salinger (quase tudo, que não é muito...) senti sempre que algo me escapou; talvez por isso este fascínio pelas suas escritas...

Este livro é composto de dois contos que complementam Franny e Zooey e Um Dia Perfeito Para o Peixe Banana (incluído em Nove Histórias), cujas personagens são a família Glass e os sete meninos prodígios, posteriores adultos angustiados e inquietantes...

A segunda história não é de boa leitura, por o narrador (Salinger?) se perder em divagações pouco interess
Aug 23, 2016 Parham rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
طنز و روایت داستان سلینجر به شدت دوست داشتنی بود
Jun 14, 2015 Bruno rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Salinger è forse l'unico autore che mi piace leggere a piccoli bocconi durante la giornata, nei momenti più svariati. Qualche pagina a colazione tra un sorso di caffè e l'altro, un paio di morsi per aprire l'appetito in attesa del pranzo (quando sono abbastanza fortunato da non dovermelo preparare da solo), nel divino relax postprandiale, durante l'immancabile lettura da salle de bain (nella speranza che il francese renda l'immagine meno disgustosa) e sgranocchiato in quell'arco di tempo incredi ...more
Jul 05, 2015 Susan rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
تا قبل از این که سیمور تقریبا غیرمستقیم وارد داستان بشود،کلافه شده بودم و حتی تو فکرم بود که بهش یک بدهم.هیچ اتفاق خاصی نمی افتاد و شخصیت ها همه تیپ های غلوشده ودوست نداشتنی ای بودند که خیلی بهترشان را صدجای دیگر دیدیم.اما از بعد آمدن سیمور...شخصیت سیمور دقیقا برعکس چیزی بود که تصور می کردم.آدمی نبود که الکی بگویند خاص است.سیمور یک آدم معمولی بود که چیزهایی که همه می بینیم را با عینک دیگری می دید.و اینقدر این دیدش قشنگ بود که خواننده را غافلگیر می کرد.
چهارستاره می دهم به سیمور و دید عجیبش.و بوبو
May 24, 2008 Dan rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: fans of Salinger
For as long as I can remember, people have told me that this was the worst of the Salinger collection. His Godfather III if you will. Having read it, I'm not sure what the hell they were thinking. For me, I enjoyed these two stories immensely. Raise High is written in the style of Franny and Zooey, though from the perspective of a different brother (Buddy). Seymour is different. I don't want to characterize it in one form or another. As a piece of background, both stories revolve around the elde ...more
Apr 27, 2015 Sandra rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: favorites, usa
Da tempo questo librino sostava nella mia libreria, acquistato sull’onda di un commento anobiano entusiasta e per la curiosità che il titolo mi aveva messo. Solo quando ho deciso di leggerlo ed ho sfogliato le prime pagine ho capito il significato del titolo: sono due racconti, uno intitolato “Alzate l’architrave, carpentieri” e l’altro è “Seymour. Introduzione”. Ho scoperto anche l’origine del titolo del primo racconto, consistente nei versi di un’ode di Saffo che così recita: “Alzate l’architr ...more
Sep 22, 2016 Rand marked it as to-read  ·  review of another edition
That memory of the time when you first read the words.

The moment after you last purchased books and find the time to be the same numerals as the cash value of your transaction, digits transposed.

The poetry served to cement the real in time.

The poet chose not to feel. This is forgivable. We learn to understand these sorts of choices slowly, or not at all.

The memory stands.

Your memory supersedes my superiority complex. Remember that the narrator's primary knowledge of the departed is pre-war. Tha
Majid M
Jul 11, 2014 Majid M rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition

اگر خوانواده ی گلس را نمیشناسید مرا با شما لاابالی ها کاری نیست. اگر خانواده ی گلس را میشناسید و سیمور، فرزند بزرگ خوانواده و سردمدار و مراد و شاخص آن را نمیشناسید، احتمالن از مشکل سندروم داون رنج میبرید و نیازی نیست من با ریویوی خود شما را دچار رنج و عذاب بیشتری کنم. همانگونه که از واو در عنوان کتاب پیداست، کتاب شامل دو داستان ِ "تیرهای سقف را بالا بگذارید نجاران" و “سیمور: پیشگفتار" است. خواننده ی سلینجر پیش تر با کاراکتر سیمور در داستان یک روز خوش برای موز ماهی (یکی از داستان کوتاه های سلینجر
Stand By Me
May 01, 2016 Stand By Me rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Sia Franny e Zooey sia Alzate l'architrave carpentieri e Seymour. Introduzione sono libri dotati di una grandissima umanità. Nella famiglia Glass “il sostenersi a vicenda” è la cosa più importante, sostenuta anche dallo straordinario legame che unisce i tra loro i fratelli. Questa grandiosa umanità emerge grazie all'enorme bravura di Salinger nel caratterizzare i personaggi che sembrano tutto tranne che di finzione.
In alzate l'architrave carpentieri Buddy si reca al matrimonio di suo fratello
اغلب انسان ها مي دانند چطور اين شك گاه و بي گاه را كه دنيا اصلا جاي زندگي نيست
ناديده بگيرند يا سركوب كنند
اما من هرگز نتوانسته ام اين شك را ناديده بگيرم
هرگز نتوانسته ام
Andrew Smith
A game of two halves this one. If I were to score the stories individually, I'd give Raise High the Roof Beam, Carpenters 3 stars and I'd award 1 star to Seymour: An Introduction. So I've averaged it out to reach my overall rating.

The first story is a precursor to one of Salinger’s most famous short-stories (A Perfect Day for Bananafish) which I'd read recently in Nine Stories. It tells of the wedding day of Seymour, a member of the Glass family that features in much of Salinger’s output. I won'
Miss Ravi
Jun 11, 2015 Miss Ravi rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: short-story
داستانهای پیوسته با شخصیتهای بعضاً آشنا رابطهی بهتر و سادهتری با خواننده برقرار میکنند برای همین اولین داستان این کتاب خیلی ملموس و آشنا ویژگیهای خوبش را مثل شخصیتپردازی و شیوه توصیف شخصیتهای غایب از طریق دیالوگ شخصیتهای حاضر به نمایش گذاشت. داستانی درباره خانوادهی گلس.

اما داستان دوم؛ پیشگفتار سیمور به طرز عجیبی با شیفتگی نویسنده نسبت به شخصیت سیمور آمیخته و تبدیل به ملغمهای از همهچیز به جز خط اصلی داستان شده بود. هرچند از ابتدا هم هیچ خطی وجود نداشت. وقتی درباره سیمور داستانهای خوبی وجود دارد ا
Jul 01, 2016 MARTI rated it liked it
Şöyle ilginç bir kitap bu: İlk hikaye, Yükseltin Tavan Kirişini Ustalar, baştan sona büyüleyici bir hikaye. Basit bir olaylar silsilesi nasıl böyle etkileyici anlatılır ve bir film izler gibi hisseder bir okur, resmen okullarda ders olarak okutulmalı. Öyle çok sevdim. İkinci hikaye, Seymour Bir Giriş ise bende tam tersi duygular uyandırdı. Organik, interaktif, ilginç bir hikaye olmasına rağmen fazla uzun olması ve gereksiz ayrıntılarla bezenmiş olduğundan dolayı -ki yazar bunu itiraf ediyor kend ...more
Jul 02, 2009 Alex rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
Comprised of two novellas. Raise High the Roof Beam, Carpenters is Salinger at his best. Seymour an Introduction is self-indulgently insufferable.
Sep 28, 2015 Eli rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: favorites
به به دیگه.
Aug 23, 2016 Abeer rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: favorites, america
I can never Really tell what makes a book, or an author, an immortal classic. I thought I did for a while but I clearly don't. I do know however, luckily enough, if I like a book, and almost always, why.
I read salinger's Franny and Zooey when I was 16 and was so, so compelled and only understood a mere estimated 35% of the reason why I loved it so much. I thought I loved it because it dealt with the struggles with the terrible ego associated with making art, and that was a very huge reason, but
Oct 04, 2016 Ariya rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
If I could write a love letter to any dead author, it would be Salinger. The letter will contain a full page ranting about how much I hate the plot, but adore his characters: how endearing they are and destructive love blossomed between me and his prose. How inarticulate I am to confess my love to a third person and let alone our love getting publicized. It's a secret affair without a hint or signal but the most quiet yet explosive and brightest like a big bang in a million light-year.
Jan 27, 2011 Jeff rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Today marks the one year anniversary of Salinger's death, and fittingly, though not purposefully, today I finished the final story of his that I had yet to read. That is to say, that he published. After reading "Seymour" I can't help but want to write long-winded parenthetical-laced (double worded singular nouns with impregnated hyphens) sentences that go on and on and force a reader to go back to the baptismal font to capture a glistening sliver of what the Hell I'm talking about.

Still, could t
Ilenia Zodiaco
Se riflettessimo su chi sia il nostro scrittore preferito, probabilmente ci limiteremmo ad un silenzio imbarazzato. Troppi nomi, troppi libri, troppi personaggi affastellati nella nostra testa da lettori. Eppure. Eppure. Eppure, miei cari. Se, come me adesso, vi ritrovaste intatti - non solo intatti ma anche, per così dire, accesi - dopo la lettura della più insopportabile, verbosa e straordinariamente prolissa baggianata che sia mai stata scritta (per i meno svegli: Seymour, un'introduzione), a ...more
Oct 07, 2014 Amene rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: 2014
من در هر صورتی سلینجر را دوست دارم، داستان تیرهای سقف را بالاتر بگذارید، در حقیقت داستان فرار سیمور از عروسی بود که از زبان برادرش روایت می شود. خانواد گِلِس سعنی همان خانواده ی فرنی و زوییمحور ماجرا بودند و روایتی دیگر از فرزندان این خانواده که در حقیقت نمادی از خانواده های معاصر و مدرن آمریکایی بعد از جنگ هستند.
داستان سیمور: پیشگفتار نوعی مونولوگ و روایت یک نفره بود با تحلیل ها و انتقادات ادبی و اجتماعی و فرهنگی. داستانی که داستان نیست و روایتی که روایت نیست و نقدی که نقد نیست. ملغمه ی همه ی
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Jerome David Salinger was an American author, best known for his 1951 novel The Catcher in the Rye, as well as his reclusive nature. His last original published work was in 1965; he gave his last interview in 1980. Raised in Manhattan, Salinger began writing short stories while in secondary school, and published several stories in the early 1940s before serving in World War II. In 1948 he publishe ...more
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