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The 19th Aydın Doğan Award was presented to Turkey’s Nobel laureate writer Orhan Pamuk on April 16 at the Istanbul Hilton Hotel
FOLDED CORNER - ‘The Madman of Freedom Square’ (Comma Press, £10, 96 pages) and 'The Iraqi Christ' (Comma Press, £10, 144 pages) by Hassan Blasim, translated by Jonathan Wright
FOLDED CORNER - ‘Midnight at the Pera Palace: The Birth of Modern Istanbul’ by Charles King (W.W. Norton, 476 pages, $28)
Worried about your future, the meaning of life or the realness of unreal things? Ask Japanese author Haruki Murakami for enlightenment - or as much as a surrealist can give.
Pamuk said his new novel 'Kafamda bir Tuhaflik' deals with the oppression suffered by women in Turkey
FOLDED CORNER - ‘Atatürk in the Nazi Imagination’ by Stefan Ihrig (Harvard University Press, 311 pages, $30)
FOLDED CORNER - ‘A Line in the Sand: Britain, France and the Struggle that Shaped the Middle East’ by James Barr
Turkey’s Nobel laureate writer Pamuk attends his first book-signing event in 15 years, in Istanbul on Dec. 13, for the release of his latest novel, “Kafamda Bir Tuhaflık” (A Strangeness in my Mind).
Turkish Nobel laureate writer Orhan Pamuk’s most popular novel in the US, 'Kar' (Snow), was purchased for $13,000 at an auction held by Christie’s in New York
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