Adi: Aylin [Ayse Kulin] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Aylin Radomisli Cates, 19 Ocak Persembe günü, evinin bahçesinde, o sabah. Ayşe Kulin (born 26 August in İstanbul) is a Turkish female short story writer , screenwriter Aylin (Turkish title: Adı: Aylin) is a novel, which was republished in by Remzi Kitabevi in English language translation by Dara. Adi Aylin by Ayse Kulin, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
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Was this based on a real person? Aylin book was published almost 2 decades from now and Aylin spent most of her time away from her roots, I wonder if that’s the reason she was so free spirited and independent along with her hotheaded bloodline.
Be prepared to get lost in its words, be prepared to take your time and embrace the story as it unfolds and most importantly you must be sure to let it get into its groove.
Paperbackpages. Exactly that ending made me wonder if this was indeed based on ku,in real person and the book a kind of “I accuse”. But, it was not a true story. I was a little disappointed in the ending as nothing was resolved but for the most part I thought it was a well developed story. She always tried to find ayljn way to let it flow and reach people in need, in which she almost ayss succeeded if romantic love is kept out of limit. See more of my book reviews on my asi, Stephanie Jane Mustafa Acungil rated it really liked it Apr 19, Want to Read Currently Reading Read.
I am not sure if the distance I felt from the characters was due to Kulin’s storytelling style or whether the translation from Turkish was at fault.
It seems not ajse the familymembers agreed with the picture of Aylin in the book. I read this entire book thinking that what I was reading was a novel with a plotline made up out of thin air.
Face to Face Turkish title: There are no discussion topics on this book yet. According to this book, her lifestyle and beliefs were very much outside of Turkish norms.
Both ended in divorce but she bore 4 sons from the marriages. I think this woman’s life deser I read this entire book thinking that what I was reading was a novel with a plotline made up out of thin air. However, IMHO, the story shifts too much to give the reader any real means to understand what the main character wanted from her relationships and the bizarre death of the character was hooked somewhat precariously on the acrimony of her fin A confusing story I read this book till the end, looking for an explanation for the complexity of the main character’s emotional reasoning, but didn’t find it.
I thought the writing was good, it did keep me interested, I was unhappy with the ending, which I felt gave me no closure to the story. Aylin was a very beautiful woman, she was married to a prince, she was a Turkish immigrant, she was a renowned psychiatrist, an officer in the US Army. Exactly that ending made me wonder if this was indeed based on a real person and the book a kind of “I accuse”. Open Preview See a Problem? The unanswered mystery is how and why she was so different – in a culture that places such a high value on conformity.
May be it was not love that destroyed her bit by bit but it was independence that she savoured which consumed her completely. But with all these accomplishments, she could not have a child of her own, she seemed to be searching for true happiness, which I don’t think she found, she loved her family and tried very hard to make her step children love her, she had a very close relationship with her sisters daughter.
Kediliterzi Yes, it’s bio. She has married twice, her latest novels Hayat and Huzun describe her life with her spouses, Mehmet Sarper and Eren Kemahli. Transforming from an overly romantic young girl who marries a p First of all, this book is presented as fiction but is really the life story of the remarkable Aylin De Vrimel Radomisli-Cates, tho she’s never referred to as such, written by a cousin who clearly hero-worshipped her.
Although I do not like the book as a novel no depth it still had me mesmerised because it is a real murder case and I have a legal mind.
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This woman lived five lifetimes in one. Kulin worked as a screen writer, cinematographer and producer for many films, television series and advertisements. I was truly fascinated by this book, and so glad that I read it.
A large part of this is due to Aylin herself. Ayse Kulin is a talented author and the book is well written even translated from Turkish to English ; however, I found it to be more difficult to read the further I got into it for one reason. I did not like Aylin. This contrasts vastly with the preface of the book giving us a huge build up about a remarkable character. The mystery of her death still remains but I guess that’s what happens in real life stories, right?!
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However, IMHO, the kulni shifts too much to give the reader any real means to understand what the main character wanted from her relationships and the bizarre death of the character was hooked somewhat precariously on the acrimony of her final marriage. I think this woman’s life deserves a real, researched biography with footnotes.
The ending was sudden and we are left to interpret the intrigue of the death of Aylin on our own, which is fine, but would have made a better impact on me as a reader if she had been more likeable. People have to find happiness through their own trials and errors. Goranka rated it liked it Jul 14,