Embraces stereotypes. • His work risks affirming stereotyped images of a minority , refuses to be merely a means of mediating between two. and the ethnolect Kanak Sprak to some early 20th century German Jews’ revalu- , Turkish-German author Feridun Zaimoģlu introduced Kanak Sprak. Kanak Sprak, a collection of reportages by the Turkish-German author Feridun Zaimoglu issued in , suggests two considerations: on the one hand on the.
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Preview — Kanak Sprak by Feridun Zaimoglu. That’s not the point of this book, but I couldn’t help but think that anyway.
Ryan Thomas rated it really liked it Jun 28, Yves rated it really liked it Mar 21, Karolin rated spprak it was ok Feb 02, And I’m not sure if I l Phew, this book singlehandedly halted my reading progress for over a month even though it’s less than pages. He is a poet and visual artist, and his central themes are the problems of the second and third generation ssprak Turkish immigrants to Germany.
Phew, this book singlehandedly halted my reading progress for over a month even though it’s less than pages. Sophia rated it did not like it Apr 30, Carolin rated it it was kanzk Feb 22, All the time I was just thinking how I’d really rather know what they actually said.
Zaimoglu attempted to “translate” his interviewees’ speech into a kind of modern slang – which was modern in the s and thus very hard to relate to these days. Jalees Rehman rated it it was amazing Jan 29, Sarah Pagel rated it liked it Jun 14, Demian Smith kxnak it liked it Feb 25, Books by Feridun Zaimoglu. Fosca rated it really liked it Aug 26, Jan 30, Jenn rated it it was ok Shelves: Kadir rated it did not like it Jun 10, The interviews were also rather similar kxnak got old pretty quickly.
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There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Don’t get me wrong, I’m really glad this book exists, but I just wish it was better. Paperbackpages. Kanak Sprak by Feridun Zaimoglu. Oct 10, Yulia rated it liked it Shelves: This book is not yet featured on Listopia.
And I’m not sure if I like it. It’s hard to relate to it when you haven’t experienced the society it talks about.
This book is very much rooted in the time it was made and thus got dated very quickly. Emily L rated it liked it Mar 27, I had to remind myself over and over again that this is not what the people actually said or at least how they said it – it’s speak Zaimoglu interpreted that.
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The thing that throws me the most about this is how it’s situated right at the border of journalistic writing and prose. Born in Turkey, Zaimoglu migrated with his parents to Germany in To kkanak other readers questions about Kanak Sprakplease sign up. Of course xenophobia is still real as fuck. Garrincha rated it it was amazing Dec 20,