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‘A Tunisian Tale’ by Hassouna Mosbahi

‘A Tunisian Tale’ by Hassouna Mosbahi

FOLDED CORNER | ‘A Tunisian Tale’ by Hassouna Mosbahi, translated by Max Weiss (American University in Cairo Press, 142 pages)

Comment(s)10/13/2016

Ottoman crisis in the Age of Revolutions

Ottoman crisis in the Age of Revolutions

FOLDED CORNER - ‘Partners of the Empire: The Crisis of the Ottoman Order in the Age of Revolutions’ by Ali Yaycıoğlu (Stanford University Press, 347 pages, $65)

Comment(s)9/29/2016

INTERVIEW: Özge Samancı on ‘Dare to Disappoint: Growing up in Turkey’

INTERVIEW: Özge Samancı on ‘Dare to Disappoint: Growing up in Turkey’

Ahead of its appearance in Turkish, graphic novelist Özge Samancı speaks to the Hürriyet Daily News about her book ‘Dare to Disappoint: Growing up in Turkey’

Comment(s)10/12/2016

Poetry and litterature festival in Istanbul

Poetry and litterature festival in Istanbul

Poets and writers from various countries will be hosted in events in various venues of Istanbul during the Istanbul Poetry and Literature Festival to start on Sept 28

Comment(s)9/28/2016

‘Against Elections: The Case for Democracy’ by David Van Reybrouck

‘Against Elections: The Case for Democracy’ by David Van Reybrouck

FOLDED CORNER - ‘Against Elections: The Case for Democracy’ by David Van Reybrouck (Bodley Head, 208 pages, $15)

Comment(s)10/6/2016

The battle for Syria

The battle for Syria

FOLDED CORNER - ‘The Battle for Syria: International Rivalry in the New Middle East’ by Christopher Phillips (Yale University Press, $30, 320 pages)

Comment(s)9/22/2016

INTERVIEW: Ali Yaycıoğlu on the Ottoman Empire in the ‘age of revolutions’

INTERVIEW: Ali Yaycıoğlu on the Ottoman Empire in the ‘age of revolutions’

Stanford University’s Ali Yaycıoğlu discusses his book on the ‘crisis of the Ottoman order’ at the turn of the 18th and 19th centuries

Comment(s)10/1/2016

Turkey’s art world continues to resist, despite all difficulties

Turkey’s art world continues to resist, despite all difficulties

Turkey’s writers and artists continue to resist against all difficulties, struggling in an environment of terror, political turmoil and government pressure, according to veteran journalist Doğan Hızlan

Comment(s)9/19/2016

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