You can read a succinct summary about it here but I made my discoveries from reading the novel. There was also a significant difference between public art, and the exquisite private artworks commissioned by successive Sultans who liked, as rulers do, to acquire self-aggrandising artworks that feature their importance. However, it had to be kept secret, even from his coterie of miniaturists in the atelier that illustrated his artworks. Because there were fundamental incompatibilities between Ottoman art and European art, which was judged impure and blasphemous.
I was working full-time in a bookshop, reading diversely and enthusiastically, compulsively wandering the public library in the evenings. And the fact that a minor character in one story could be the main character of the next: When I later discovered her poems and her thoughts on narrative form, my Common magic bronwen wallace of reasons to admire her work grew rapidly.
My own work often ambles and circles and suddenly I understood why: Nor are there many endings, since the story always breaks off at the point the narrator has reached in her life today. Mostly the plots consist of vivid, unresolved middles. But what I did was read that novel — all odd pages of it — in a day and a half, stopping only to grab a sandwich or a glass of milk, mesmerized by the fact that my own thoughts and feelings were suddenly there, larger-than-life-size in the writing of a woman whose upbringing and experience had been very different from mine and who was still able to show me certain aspects of my own life as if she herself had lived it.
Then in I quit school and hitchhiked around Canada. I can her my old English profs sniffing as they read this. She does the talking and has more courage to explore things than I probably do in my everyday self.
I learned an awful lot about living from her, but I also learned what I would call a feminist way of dying. Williamson Interview External Sources: House of Anansi, University of Toronto Press, And how we tell the stories of our lives, how we chart our way through life, is important.
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