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The author of the book: Chingiz Aitmatov
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Date of issue: 2005
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Aytmatov, milletinin tarih boyunca kazandığı sosyal, kültürel, ahlaki, edebî, askeri yani, bütün maddi, zenginliğini eserlerine yansıymış, yaşadığı coğrafyanın insanının tarih içinde kazandığı değerleri, acılarını, kahramanlıklarını, tecrübelerini yazıya döküp ölümsüzleştirmiş, halkının içine düştüğü zor durumları eserlerinde en güzel şekilde anlatmış, onların çözümlerine dair ipuçları göstermiş, eserlerinde kendi ifadesi ile tipik insanı ortaya koymaya çalışmış bir yazardır. Hikâyelerinde milletinin temel mülkü olan millî hafızaya ait efsane, destan, masal, hikâye ve türküleri, bunların meydana geldiği şartları, ardındaki hikâyeleri, insanları kullanırken, Kırgız Türk kültürünü, psikolojisiyle, duyuş ve anlayış tarzıyla, maddi manevi zenginliğiyle o kültürü bina edenlerin evlatlarına yeniden hatırlatmaya çalışmıştır. Her yazar bir milletin çocuğudur ve o milletin hayatını anlatmak, eserlerini kendi millî gelenek ve törelerini kaynak alarak zenginleştirmek zorundadır. Benim yaptığım önce bu, yani kendi milletimin geleneklerini ve hayatını anlatıyorum. Fakat orada kaldığınız takdirde bir yere varamazsınız. Edebiyatın millî hayatı ve gelenekleri anlatmanın ötesinde de hedefleri vardır. Yazar, ufkunu millî olanın ötesine doğru genişletmek ve evrensel olana ulaşmak için gayret göstermek durumundadır. İyi yazar tipik insan ortaya koyma ustalığına erişen yazardır
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Read information about the authorChinghiz Aitmatov (Чингиз Айтматов, Tschingis Aitmatow, Čingiz Ajtmatov, Tšõngõz Ajtmatov, Cengiz Aytmatov, Tsjingiz Ajtmatov, Tchinguiz Aïtmatov) was an author who wrote in both Russian and Kyrgyz. He was the best known figure in Kyrgyzstan literature.
Aitmatov's parents were civil servants in Sheker. The name Chingiz is the same as the honorary title of Genghis Khan. In early childhood he wandered as a nomad with his family, as the Kyrgyzstan people did at the time. In 1937 his father was charged with "bourgeois nationalism" in Moscow, arrested and executed in 1938.
Aitmatov lived at a time when Kyrgyzstan was being transformed from one of the most remote lands of the Russian Empire to a republic of the USSR. The future author studied at a Soviet school in Sheker. He also worked from an early age. At fourteen he was an assistant to the Secretary at the Village Soviet. He later held jobs as a tax collector, a loader, an engineer's assistant and continued with many other types of work.
In 1946 he began studying at the Animal Husbandry Division of the Kirghiz Agricultural Institute in Frunze, but later switched to literary studies at the Maxim Gorky Literature Institute in Moscow, where he lived from 1956 to 1958. For the next eight years he worked for Pravda. His first two publications appeared in 1952 in Russian: The Newspaper Boy Dziuio and Ашым. His first work published in Kyrgyz was Ак Жаан (White Rain) in 1954, and his well known work Jamilya appeared in 1958. 1980 saw his first novel The Day Lasts More than a Hundred Years; his next significant novel, The Scaffold was published in 1988. The Day Lasts More than a Hundred Years and other writings were translated into several languages.
Aitmatov suffered kidney failure and on 16 May 2008 was admitted to a hospital in Nuremberg, Germany, where he died of pneumonia on 10 June 2008, aged 79. His obituary in The New York Times characterized him as "a Communist writer whose novels and plays before the collapse of the Soviet Union gave a voice to the people of the remote Soviet republic of Kyrgyz" and adds that he "later became a diplomat and a friend and adviser to the Soviet leader Mikhail S. Gorbachev."
Chinghiz Aitmatov belonged to the post-war generation of writers. His output before Jamila was not significant, a few short stories and a short novel called Face to Face. But it was Jamila that came to prove the author's work. Louis Aragon described the novellete as the world's most beautiful love story, raising it even above Rudyard Kipling's World's Most Beautiful Love Story. Aitmatov's representative works also include the short novels Farewell, Gulsary!, The White Ship, The Day Lasts More Than a Hundred Years, and The Scaffold.
Aitmatov was honoured in 1963 with the Lenin Prize for Jamila and later he was awarded a State prize for Farewell, Gulsary!. Aitmatov's art was glorified by admirers. Even critics of Aitmatov mentioned high quality of his novels.
Aitmatov's work has some elements that are unique specifically to his creative process. His work drew on folklore, not in the ancient sense of it; rather, he tried to recreate and synthesize oral tales in the context of contemporary life. This is prevalent in his work; in nearly every story he refers to a myth, a legend, or a folktale. In The Day Lasts More Than a Hundred Years a poetic legend about a young captive turned into a mankurt serves a tragic allegory and becomes a significant symbolic expression of the philosophy of the novel.
A second aspect of Aitmatov's writing is his ultimate closeness to our "little brothers" the animals, for their and our lives are intimately and inseparably connected. The two center characters of Farewell, Gulsary! are a man and his stallion. A camel plays a prominent role in The Day Lasts More Than a Hundred Years; one of the key turns of the novel which decides the fate of the main charac
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