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Book Title: Yanko the Musician and Other Stories|
The author of the book: Henryk Sienkiewicz
Edition: Fredonia Books (NL)
Date of issue: June 19th 2003
Format files: PDF
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ISBN 13: 9781410103079
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Bu haftanın başında, otobüs yolculuğum sırasında Papersense Yayınevi ”İlk Tercümeler” serisinden Henryk Sienkiewicz’in orijinal adı Lux in Tenebris Lucet olan Mızıkacı Yanko ve Kamyonka adlı iki hikayesini okudum.
Bir Ahmet Rasim çevirisi olması ve onunla ilgili bölümü sevgili Erkan’ın yazmış olduğunu görmek de okurken hoş bir sürpriz oldu. Sonundaki S.C. de Soissons yazısı sayesinde de acilen “Quo Vadis?” okumak istiyorum.
İşte bu mezarı üstünde kayın ağaçları ötüşen Yanko ve sanatçı olmasaydı uğradığı kayıptan sonra yaşayamayacak olan temiz adam Kamyonka’nın hikayelerini anlatan kitabın Samet Yalçın imzalı sunumundan bir parça:
Elinizdeki bu küçük hikaye kitabının da bir hikayesi var. Bundan yaklaşık yüz sene evvel Ahmet Rasim, Sienkiewicz’in hikayelerini tercüme ederken, kendi tercümelerinin de o dönemde yapılmış bir çok tercüme gibi, zaman içinde, Türkiye’nin kendine has kırılmaları ve savrulmaları sebebiyle unutulacağını elbette düşünmemişti. Hatta tercümesini kaleme aldığı harflerin yakın zamanda okunmaz olacağını belki aklına da hiç getirmemişti.
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Read information about the authorHenryk Adam Aleksander Pius Sienkiewicz (also known as "Litwos"; May 5, 1846–November 15, 1916) was a Polish journalist and Nobel Prize-winning novelist. He was one of the most popular Polish writers at the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries, and received the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1905 for his "outstanding merits as an epic writer."
Born into an impoverished gentry family in the Podlasie village of Wola Okrzejska, in Russian-ruled Poland, Sienkiewicz wrote historical novels set during the Rzeczpospolita (Polish Republic, or Commonwealth). His works were noted for their negative portrayal of the Teutonic Order in The Teutonic Knights (Krzyżacy), which was remarkable as a significant portion of his readership lived under German rule. Many of his novels were first serialized in newspapers, and even today are still in print. In Poland, he is best known for his historical novels "With Fire and Sword", "The Deluge", and "Fire in the Steppe" (The Trilogy) set during the 17th-century Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, while internationally he is best known for Quo Vadis, set in Nero's Rome. Quo Vadis has been filmed several times, most notably the 1951 version.
Sienkiewicz was meticulous in attempting to recreate the authenticity of historical language. In his Trilogy, for instance, he had his characters use the Polish language as he imagined it was spoken in the seventeenth century (in reality it was far more similar to 19th-century Polish than he imagined). In The Teutonic Knights, which relates to the Battle of Grunwald in 1410, he even had his characters speak a variety of medieval Polish which he recreated in part from archaic expressions then still common among the highlanders of Podhale.
In 1881, Sienkiewicz married Maria Szetkiewicz (1854-1885). They had two children, Henryk Józef (1882-1959) and Jadwiga Maria (1883–1969).
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