ISMAIL KADARE KESHTJELLA PDF

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Ismail Kadare is, in many ways, among the most problematic of major writers in contemporary Western letters. In this case, however, the defenders prevail and the Turks are, after a long and bitter siege, thrown back with tragic consequences for the unsuccessful warriors and their hangers-on. An estimated 30 Albanian Muslims would go on to serve the Ottoman sultans as grand viziers. The international version is awarded biennially rather than annually and is open to American and translated novels.

The regular Booker competition involves only writers from Britain, Ireland and former Commonwealth countries. Four years ago, when Kadare won the international Booker, some troubling questions were raised about the precise nature of his relationship to the old Albanian regime.

Had he been, as his Western partisans now characterize him, an inordinately artful literary dissident or a time-serving collaborator? Still, questions linger about Kadare because, even by Red standards, Albania under its longtime strongman Enver Hoxha was hardly a normal regime.

In fact, it was the most completely oppressive of all the European Iron Curtain states, including the Soviet Union itself. Uneven, though it appears to have had more ups than downs. Early in his career, he published verses that groveled at the feet of Hoxha and his glorious revolutionary regime while other writers were subjected to savage persecution.

Actually, there were no mild persecutions under Hoxha. Most important, he was allowed to travel and publish abroad, a privilege almost unimaginable in the isolated, xenophobic Hoxha clique.

Kadare could never have survived and published under the Hoxha regime without some degree of cooperation, the complete details of which are not yet entirely clear. Kadare himself only claims that his writing was ipso facto an act of defiance. It provoked a denunciation by the head of the League of Albanian Writers, who accused the author of avoiding the social and political for the allegorical and historical -- major sins in one of the few remaining Wonderlands where socialist realism still held sway.

By , Hoxha was dead. Moreover, those versions have themselves been extensively reworked. The author has removed passages inserted as a matter of political exigency and reinserted situations and dialogue removed by the Communist Party censors. It would be imprecise, therefore, to call this translation a version of the novel the author intended in It is that, plus the second thoughts that have occurred in the years since.

The miracle is that this exotic tale, translated twice over from an obscure Balkan tongue and dealing with a far-off and largely forgotten past, echoes on every page with the clashes and issues that burden us today.

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Ismail Kadare is, in many ways, among the most problematic of major writers in contemporary Western letters. In this case, however, the defenders prevail and the Turks are, after a long and bitter siege, thrown back with tragic consequences for the unsuccessful warriors and their hangers-on. An estimated 30 Albanian Muslims would go on to serve the Ottoman sultans as grand viziers. The international version is awarded biennially rather than annually and is open to American and translated novels. The regular Booker competition involves only writers from Britain, Ireland and former Commonwealth countries. Four years ago, when Kadare won the international Booker, some troubling questions were raised about the precise nature of his relationship to the old Albanian regime. Had he been, as his Western partisans now characterize him, an inordinately artful literary dissident or a time-serving collaborator?

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