Cevdet Bey et ses fils by Orhan Pamuk

By Orhan Pamuk

C’est dans le quartier occidental de Nişantaşi que Cevdet Bey, un riche marchand musulman, s’installe avec son épouse pour fonder une famille.

Nous sommes en 1905 et le sultan Abdülhamid II vient d’échapper à un attentat. Les élites turques contestent de plus en plus fortement le règne despotique des dirigeants ottomans, le will pay se trouve alors à un tournant historique que Cevdet a pour projet de relater dans ses Mémoires.

Trente ans plus tard, l. a. Turquie n’est en effet plus l. a. même après los angeles réforme du régime politique, le bouleversement des mœurs, et l. a. mise en position d’un nouvel alphabet. Les fils de Cevdet Bey en profitent pour prendre des instructions différentes dans ce can pay gagné par los angeles modernité.

Et c’est à l. a. troisième génération, en 1970, qu’un besoin de retour vers les origines vient sceller cette fresque turque. Ahmet, qui est artiste-peintre, s’attaque au portrait de son grand-père, mort dans les années soixante, et ainsi à celui de toute une nation...

Cevdet Bey et ses fils est le most appropriate roman écrit par Orhan Pamuk. Toute son œuvre affleure déjà dans cette huge fresque à trois temps qui dépeint magistralement l’émergence d'une Turquie moderne, thème qu’il déclinera sans cesse dans los angeles suite de sa construction littéraire.

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20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. A. Nuri Yurdusev A Sociological Study of Inter-Tribal and International Relations (London: Oxford University Press, 1950); and Harold Nicolson, The Evolution of Diplomatic Method (London: Constable, 1954). Watson even tells us that we can trace the early examples of multilateral diplomacy to Ancient India and Greece. Adam Watson, Diplomacy: The Dialogue between States (London: Methuen, 1982), 85–8, 91. Wight, Power Politics, 113.

According to Dehio, the Ottoman Empire became a counterweight to the unifying tendency represented by Charles V. The introduction or intervention of the Empire into the European balance-of-power system and European diplomacy played a most significant part in preserving the freedom of the system of states. 51 In 1532, Francis I admitted to the Venetian Ambassador that he saw in the Ottoman Empire the only force guaranteeing the continued existence of the states of Europe against Charles V. Indeed, in 1535/36 we see that this guarantee was in some sense given with the bid for a Franco-Turkish Treaty, which is said to have provided the Europeans with a model in their relations with the Asian empires later in terms of unequal treaties.

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