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‘Muslims in Modern Turkey: Kemalism, Modernism and the Revolt of the Islamist Intellectuals’ by Sena Karasipahi (I.B. Tauris, $30, 247 pages)
In a year with no clear favorites, Japanese novelist Haruki Murakami appears to be the front-runner to win the Nobel Prize for Literature.
The ninth edition of Festival Literaturk, a Turkish-German literature festival, opened on Oct. 1
‘Murder in Salonika, 1876: A Tale of Apostasy and International Crisis’ by Berke Torunoğlu
‘The Blue and the Black’ by Sabahattin Eyüboğlu
Bridget Jones returns after a 14-year break on Thursday, in a new book which sees the famed British singleton widowed with two children but still grappling with modern life and unsuitable men.
As part of its 150th anniversary, Boğaziçi University will host many renowned academics, artists, writers and historians with its “Boğaziçi Chronicles” program.
Best-selling British author Alexander McCall Smith is to pen a new version of Jane Austen’s classic novel “Emma” with a 21st century twist, his publisher announced.
The 7th Beyoğlu Bibliopole Festival, organized in collaboration with the Beyoğlu Municipality and the Istanbul Municipality, opened in Tepebaşı
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