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Azade Seyhan's Tales of Crossed Destinies The Modern Turkish Novel in a Comparative Context second in the MLA series World Literatures Reimagined offers a much needed guide to the vast underexplored territory of modern Turkish literatureSeyhan situates the Turkish novel in relation to such influences as the poetic and oral traditions of Ottoman Islamic culture the early Turkish Republic and Western Romantic and Enlightenment thought She demonstrates that the evolution of the Turkish novel is inseparable from that of the Turkish stateReaders will discover a wealth of Turkish authors from those with international renown such as Ahmet Hamdi Tanp?nar and the Nobel laureate Orhan Pamuk to others less widely read Among them are Re?sat Nuri Güntekin whose Autobiography of a Turkish Girl prompted thousands of young Turkish women to seek teaching posts Halide Edib Ad?var who envisioned a harmonious coexistence of Islamic spirituality with Western ideals Aziz Nesin Turkey's master humorist who instructs the reader in censor resistant code and Ya?sar Kemal and Adalet A?ao?lu and their blendings of myth memory and politicsAppendixes provide a chronology a pronunciation guide to Turkish and a list of modern Turkish novels in English translation preparing readers to embark on further explorationAzade Seyhan's Tales of Crossed Destinies The Modern Turkish Novel in a Comparative Context second in the MLA series World Literatures Reimagined offers a much needed guide to the vast underexplored territory of modern Turkish literatureSeyhan situates the Turkish novel in relation to such influences as the poetic and oral traditions of Ottoman Islamic culture the early Turkish Republic and Western Romantic and Enlightenment thought She demonstrates that the evolution of the Turkish novel is inseparable from that of the Turkish stateReaders will discover a wealth of Turkish authors from those with international renown such as Ahmet Hamdi Tanp?nar and the Nobel laureate Orhan Pamuk to others less widely read Among them are Re?sat Nuri Güntekin whose Autobiography of a Turkish Girl prompted thousands of young Turkish women to seek teaching posts Halide Edib Ad?var who envisioned a harmonious coexistence of Islamic spirituality with Western ideals Aziz Nesin Turkey's master humorist who instructs the reader in censor resistant code and Ya?sar Kemal and Adalet A?ao?lu and their blendings of myth memory and politicsAppendixes provide a chronology a pronunciation guide to Turkish and a list of modern Turkish novels in English translation preparing readers to embark on further explorationAzade Seyhan's Tales of Crossed Destinies The Modern Turkish Novel in a Comparative Context second in the MLA series World Literatures Reimagined offers a much needed guide to the vast underexplored territory of modern Turkish literatureSeyhan situates the Turkish novel in relation to such influences as the poetic and oral traditions of Ottoman Islamic culture the early Turkish Republic and Western Romantic and Enlightenment thought She demonstrates that the evolution of the Turkish novel is inseparable from that of the Turkish stateReaders will discover a wealth of Turkish authors from those with international renown such as Ahmet Hamdi Tanp?nar and the Nobel laureate Orhan Pamuk to others less widely read Among them are Re?sat Nuri Güntekin whose Autobiography of a Turkish Girl prompted thousands of young Turkish women to seek teaching posts Halide Edib Ad?var who envisioned a harmonious coexistence of Islamic spirituality with Western ideals Aziz Nesin Turkey's master humorist who instructs the reader in censor resistant code and Ya?sar Kemal and Adalet A?ao?lu and their blendings of myth memory and politicsAppendixes provide a chronology a pronunciation guide to Turkish and a list of modern Turkish novels in English translation preparing readers to embark on further exploration


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    An excellent book on the modern Turkish literature The author's penetration into the novels of the aces of modern writers such as Orhan Pamuk is superb A must reading for any one who is interested even remotely in Turkey let alone those who would like to know what Turkish authors achieved during the XXth century Congratulations to the author are in order