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Geç Dönem Üslubu: Rüzgara Karşı Edebiyat ve Müzik

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Geç dönem çalışmalarının bir ömür boyu süren estetik çabayı nasıl taçlandırdığını gösteren örnekleri hepimiz rahatlıkla bulabiliriz. Rembrandt ve Matisse, Bach ve Wagner. Peki ya uyum ve çözüme ulaşma değil de, uzlaşmazlık, güçlük ve çözüme ulaşmayan bir çelişki şeklinde ortaya çıkan sanatsal geçlik örnekleri? Yaşın ilerlemesi ve sağlığın bozulması 'hazırlıklı olmanın', ol ...more
Paperback, 176 pages
Published May 2008 by Metis Yayınları (first published April 11th 2006)
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John David
Edward Said, perhaps best known for “Orientalism,” one of the most-recognized and important contributions to post-colonial studies, wrote the essays in “On Late Style” shortly before his death. The sense of “lateness” – of mortality, of obsolescence – permeates them, and they cover everything from the music of Strauss, Mozart, and Beethoven, to the political activism of Jean Genet, to “Il Gattopardo” (as envisioned by both Lampedusa and Visconti). In many ways, this is Said’s last conversation w ...more
Jun 11, 2011 Mark rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
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From 2010 reading:I first read Said's On Late Style a few years ago, and returned to re-read it in light of some more recent publications. What is "lateness", as Said defines it? "Lateness" as a concept is not necessarily restricted to an artists's late compositions, but is rather a condition. Said challenges earlier definitions of lateness that focus on maturity and serenity, preferring rather to focus on style characterized by "intransigence, difficulty, and unresolved contradiction". Said tak ...more
Oct 01, 2012 Lobstergirl rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
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"Lateness" is an interesting prism through which to critically view an artist's works. I'm more familiar with lateness in Beethoven - the way the late piano sonatas, for example, are structurally, thematically, quite odd and different compared to the others. Maturity, senescence, decay, approaching death. (Death in Venice, which Said uses as one of his examples, is actually not a late work of Mann's, but the Britten opera based on it is a late work of Britten's.) These are separate essays previo ...more
Objective is the fractured landscape, subjective is the light in which – alone – it glows into life. He [the artist] does not bring about their harmonious synthesis. As the power of dissociation, he tears them apart in time, in order, perhaps, to preserve them for the eternal. In the history of art late works are the catastrophes. (160)
This is the notion of 'late style' that Said takes from Adorno and develops in his book On Late Style. Unfortunately, Said died passed away before he could finis
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دائما عندما أقرأ إدوارد سعيد ..
أتصوره شجرة وارفة آلت إلى السقوط في وقت مبكر..
كم هذا يؤلمني..
الكتاب يتحدث عن الأسلوب المتأخر، والمقصود به هو أسلوب المبدع المتأخر سواء كان موسيقيا أو مسرحيا أو روائيا، أو أي قالب إبداعي آخر، هو يتحدث عن النضج المتأخر الذي نلمسه في النصوص، أو كما يسميه هرمان بروش "أسلوب الشيخوخة" ذلك الأسلوب الذي يتفتح مع وطأة الموات الداهم، أو الذي يتجلى قبل دنو الكهولة أو الموت، بحيث يبلغ المبدع اوج إبداعه.
يذكر إدوارد سعيد في هذا الكتاب أن الأسلو المتأخر "له القوة على التعبير عن
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Jun 25, 2016 Fahad Alqurain rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
حين تقرأ لإدوارد سعيد فأنت تقرأ كتاب عميق ومفيد .
هذا الكتاب فسحة في الموسيقى
Sep 24, 2016 Frank rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
This is a posthumously-published collection of essays. He was in the process of writing this book when he passed away on September 25, 2003 according to the forward, written by his wife Mariam.

The subject 'late style' refers to works produced by artists, musicians and authors near the end of their lives. Said has interesting things to observe, examine and discuss about these works, and what he finds is not the obvious -- reflections on mortality, the preciousness of life, fear of death, wonderin
Chedy Riahi
May 03, 2015 Chedy Riahi rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
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شهرة إدوارد سعيد في البلدان العربية متعلقة خاصة بمواقفه من القضية الفلسطينية والإستشراق وبدرجة أقل "الثقافة والإمبريالية"، لكنه معروف عالمياً خاصة بكونه ناقدا. وهنا ينتزل كتاب "عن الأسلوب المتأخر: موسيقى وأدب ضد التيار"، وهو منقوص لأن سعيد توفي ولم يكمله.

الأسلوب المتأخر يعتني بالأدب والموسيقى المنتجة في الفترات الأخيرة من الحياة، والتي يبرهن إدوارد سعيد على أنها غالبا ما تكون "ضد التيار"، بل تكون أحيانا معارضة تماما لتوجهات الكاتب أو الملحن. الاعتناء بالموسيقى هنا في آخر أعمال إدوارد سعيد كالخات
سعاد العنزي

It is as sam a as Said's valuable books, and I think we need to apply this great notion of lateness in our cultural productions in order to examine them profoundly by asking how books, or other sorts of culture's productions reflect our time and place's issues in one sense. From another side, we have to investigate the validity of the works of the the writers who write at the late of their life inconsistently with their own previous work in terms of style, structure of the work, and themes as we
Apr 23, 2011 Lorraine rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I was initially unimpressed -- waiting for the 'oomph' which exists in essays by Adorno and company -- and not finding it. But this collection is remarkably lucid, and definitely worth a read based on its interesting ideas and its emphasis on belatedness. It was very very late night reading for me, so I'm afraid I can't do it justice -- but I was determined to give Mozart a try, after reading his essay on Cosi Fan Tutte. The essay on Glenn Gould is, too, an incredible piece I think, with many ob ...more
Night RPM
Jan 04, 2011 Night RPM rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
For me, this is the seminal text of the last decade, on criticism. The best thing about it? No need to read Adorno to brush up on the late style theory. After reading this book, you will want to lose yourself in the late Mozart operas, Richard Strauss, Cavafy, Glenn Gould recordings, di Lampedusa, Jean Genet, etc. etc. etc. ....
Aug 27, 2008 Rob rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
said's elegy to adorno and himself. a couple of beautiful essays on glenn gould and adorno's concept of late style. feels a bit patched together because it was, as said didn't finish it before he died.
Apr 12, 2008 jordan rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
The chapter on Genet is the most helpful to my work; for the other chapters I was just along for the [have to take your word for it] ride.
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The parts where it's Said and not. 1 1 Jun 30, 2016 11:22AM  
  • Essays on Music
  • The Romantic Generation
  • Modern Music and After - Directions Since 1945
  • The Unanswered Question: Six Talks at Harvard (Charles Eliot Norton Lectures) (The Charles Eliot Norton Lectures)
  • Formalized Music: Thought and Mathematics in Composition (Harmonologia Series, #6)
  • A Power Stronger Than Itself: The AACM and American Experimental Music
  • Style and Idea: Selected Writings
  • Johannes Brahms: A Biography
  • Noise: The Political Economy of Music
  • The Historical Novel
  • In The Break: The Aesthetics Of The Black Radical Tradition
  • Reinventing Bach
  • Dante: Poet of the Secular World
  • Marginalia: Readers Writing in Books
  • Where the Stress Falls: Essays
  • Sounds and Sweet Airs: The Forgotten Women of Classical Music
  • Mawrdew Czgowchwz
  • The Great Animal Orchestra: Finding the Origins of Music in the World's Wild Places
(Arabic profile: إدوارد سعيد)

Edward W. Said was born in Jerusalem and raised in Egypt until his parents sent him to the United States in 1951.

Said graduated from Princeton University in 1957 and earned his Ph.D. from Harvard University in 1964.

He was a professor of English and Comparative Literature at Columbia University in New York and held his chair until his death at 67. His major interests
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