6 edition of The Oracle of Stamboul found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Michael David Lukas|
|LC Classifications||PS3612.U258 O73 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2010014810|
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The Oracle of Stamboul is a gorgeously written book. It brings the old city of Stamboul to life in a vivid and breathtaking way, down to the scents in the air and the patterns of the carpets.
Unfortunately, despite the lushly rendered setting, this is /5. THE ORACLE OF STAMBOUL is a magical historical novel about an astonishing eight-year-old girl in the last days of the Ottoman ison the shores of the Black Sea, and the omens for the newborn Eleonora Cohen are hardly promising.4/4().
“The Oracle of Stamboul is a delight, a gem of a first novel.” (Read All Day) From the Back Cover Ushered into the world by a mysterious pair of Tartar midwives late in the summer of in the town of Constanta on the Black Sea, Eleonora Cohen proves herself an extraordinarily gifted child—a prodigy—at a very young age/5().
The promising opening chapters of Michael David Lukas’s The Oracle of Stamboul book novel, “The Oracle of Stamboul,” have many of the appealing features of a fairy : James Hynes.
Doing The First Novel Hustle: 'The Oracle Of Stamboul' It took Michael David Lukas seven years to write his debut novel, The Oracle of Stamboul, but. The information about The Oracle of Stamboul shown above was first featured in "The BookBrowse Review" - BookBrowse's online-magazine that keeps our members abreast of notable and high-profile books publishing in the coming weeks.
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But Lukas veers from the tried-and-true, making “The Oracle of Stamboul” a novel that offers delightful surprises. His hero is a precocious 8.
A lyrical debut novel of life in 19th-century Turkey, focusing on the effect a young prodigy (aka The Oracle of Stamboul) has on the political and cultural leaders of the time. Born inEleonora Cohen enters a world of tragedy, for her mother Leah dies in childbirth, and her father, the businessman Yakob, is scarcely prepared to raise a Author: Michael David Lukas.
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Written by Michael David Lukas Review by Cecelia Holland. In the late 19 th century, the Ottoman Empire was a husk of the power that had shaken the Mediterranean world. The last autocratic Sultan, Abdul Hamid II, reigned over a society hopelessly corrupt and divided, surrounded by avaricious modern : Michael David Lukas.
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The Oracle of Stamboul Book Summary and Study Guide. Michael David Lukas Booklist Michael David Lukas Message Board. Detailed plot synopsis reviews of The Oracle of Stamboul; A young Romanian girl travels in secret to Stamboul and is invited to give advice to the Sultan after she becomes known for her unusual intelligence.
Eleonora Cohen is a. THE ORACLE OF STAMBOUL is a truly delightful debut that centers on a unique Jewish child with unusual talents. This is a book about a child prodigy, someone whose intellectual capacity is unprecedented at a young age, yet whose abilities never.
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Free download or read online The Oracle of Stamboul pdf (ePUB) book. The first edition of the novel was published inand was written by Michael David Lukas. The book was published in multiple languages including English, consists of pages and is available in Hardcover format.
The main characters of this historical, historical fiction story are,/5. THE ORACLE OF STAMBOUL is one of those debuts that defies the norm. [An] impressive debut novel. San Francisco magazine.
The Oracle of Stamboul is a delight, a gem of a first novel. Read All Day. A magical debut. Good Housekeeping. The exotic sights and sounds of nineteenth-century Turkey spring vividly to life in Lukas /5(49).
Synopsis An elegantly crafted, utterly enchanting debut novel set in a mystical, exotic world, in which a gifted young girl charms a sultan and changes the course of an empire's history Late in the summer ofa flock of purple-and-white hoopoes suddenly appears over the town of Constanta on the Black Sea, and Eleonora Cohen is ushered into the world by a Author: Michael David Lukas.
The Last Watchman of Old Cairo by Michael David Lukas: Year in Reading alum and author of The Oracle of Stamboul explores the history of Cairo’s Ben Ezra Synagogue (site of the famous Cairo Geniza document trove discovered in the nineteenth century) through the story of its generations of Muslim watchmen as gleaned by their modern-day.
The Oracle of Stamboul is a marvelously evocative, magical historical novel that will transport readers to another time and place—romantic, exotic, yet remarkably similar to our own. less About the Author. “The Oracle of Stamboul is a delight, a gem of a first novel.
— Book Beast “A gem of a first novel an appealing blend of magical and historical realism This is a polished literary work that will appeal to a wide readership.”. The Oracle of Stamboul was one of the books that I bought years ago because ı had a massive crush on its cover.
Of course, once it entered my library, it disappeared among all the other books. Nowadays, I am looking for books that will make me happy and distract me. The Oracle of Stamboul: A Novel - Ebook written by Michael David Lukas.
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The Oracle of Stamboul audiobook, by Michael David Lukas Set in the heart of the exotic Ottoman Empire during the first years of its chaotic decline, Michael David Lukas’ elegantly crafted, utterly enchanting debut novel follows a gifted young girl who dares to charm a sultan—and change the course of history, for the empire and the world.
The Oracle of Stamboul Pdf, Download Ebookee Alternative Excellent. The Oracle of Stamboul by Michael David Lukas is a picturesque historical fiction set around the Ottoman Empire in at the brink of the Russo-Turkish War. The book centers around a young girl, Elenora Cohen, whose birth is marked by strange signs and prophecies/5(27).
Translated into more than a dozen languages, his first novel The Oracle of Stamboul was a finalist for the California Book Award, the NCIBA Book of the Year Award, and the Harold U.
Ribalow Prize. A graduate of Brown University and the University of Maryland, he is a recipient of scholarships from the National Endowment for the Arts, Montalvo. Get this from a library. The Oracle of Stamboul.
[Michael David Lukas] -- Raised by a carpet merchant father and resentful stepmother after a prophesied birth, Eleonora is recognized as a prodigy before stowing away to Stamboul, where she charms the eccentric Sultan Abdul.
The Oracle of Stamboul is relevant to modern American readers for a number of interlocking reasons. First, the region of the world that used to be the Ottoman Empire—from Istanbul to Jerusalem, Baghdad to Damascus—plays a vital role in. She makes no great revelations and the only relevence to the title is a reference to the supposed original Oracle of Stamboul in the latter half of the book.
I gave the book 3 stars because regardless of going nowhere, it is, nevertheless, a somewhat interesting read, at /5(91). The Oracle of Stamboul is a magical foray into the late 19th-century Ottoman Empire, with 8-year-old Eleonora Cohen providing much of its whimsy and gh the "Sultan of the Ottoman Empire, Servant to the Holy Cities, Caliph of Islam, Commander of the Faithful, and Supreme Padishah of Various Realms, His Excellency Abdulhamid II" (whew) doesn't lag far behind in.
Get this from a library. The Oracle of Stamboul. [Michael David Lukas] -- It iswhen a heartbreaking tragedy leaves Eleanora Cohen marooned in Istanbul during the last days of the Ottoman Empire.
But young Eleonora, clever and engaging beyond her years, soon catches. About the Book The Oracle of Stamboul. by Michael David Lukas. Late in the summer ofa flock of purple-and-white hoopoes suddenly appears over the town of Constanta on the Black Sea, and Eleonora Cohen is ushered into the world by a mysterious pair of Tartar midwives who arrive just minutes before her birth.
The Oracle of Stamboul Told mostly through the eyes of a child, the book also provides a glimpse of the intricate decisions of the Sultan as well as the delicate strength of a girl wise beyond her years.
What I really loved was the slightest touch of magical realism, really, just a pinch, enough to make it feel like Eleanora was really on. “The Oracle of Stamboul is a delight, a gem of a first novel.” — Read All Day “[An] impressive debut novel.” — San Francisco magazine “THE ORACLE OF STAMBOUL is one of those debuts that defies the norm.” — The book that I chose to feature this month is The Oracle of Stamboul by Michael David Lukas.
The novel takes place primarily in Stamboul (the modern day city of Istanbul) at the end of the s when the Ottoman Empire is nearing its end. It is the story of a young girl named Eleonora who is born a few years earlier in the summer of in the town of Constanta on.
― Michael David Lukas, quote from The Oracle of Stamboul “A slippery fish, flashing scales in the water and a noble fighter on the line, but dull as lead at the bottom of the boat.” “This divergence of experience was not a stumbling block to conversation; indeed, it was what made the conversation interesting.”.
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This is from the dust jacket, and is a most apt description: “The Oracle of Stamboul is a marvelously evocative, magical historical novel that will transport readers to another time and place—romantic, exotic, yet remarkably similar to our own.” Our protagonist is Eleanora Cohen, a young Romanian Jew born in Constanta in THE ORACLE OF STAMBOUL is a magical historical novel about an astonishing eight-year-old girl in the last days of the Ottoman Empire.
It ison the shores of the Black Sea, and the omens for the newborn Eleonora Cohen are hardly promising/5(18).