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Turkish novelist Orhan Pamuk’s Istanbul museum comes to London
Documentary captures the strange charm of Turkish author Orhan Pamuk’s Museum of Innocence
A round-up of the titles to remember
Ankara and Yerevan at loggerheads over a 100-year-old legacy of war and mass killings
Turkey’s greatest writer talks about the ‘wonderful’ uprising in Taksim Square, and opens the doors to his ‘Museum of Innocence’
A domestic drama that chronicles life before Turkey’s 1980 coup
What would I change about myself? I would be pleased if someone would invent a pill to remove my impatience
In 2008 Nobel laureate Orhan Pamuk published ‘The Museum of Innocence’. Now he has built it
Reza Aslan’s ‘Tablet & Pen’ offers English translations of a wealth of the region’s literature from the 20th century
What does it mean to be a writer? It means you try to represent what it is to be alive
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