Orhan Pamuk talks about his second novel, Silent House, now translated into English for the first time. It tells the story of a Turkish family gathering in the shadow of the impending military coup of 1980, and how the growing political cataclysm issuing from Turkey’s tumultuous century-long struggle for modernity affects the family.
Orhan Pamuk talks about his latest novel, The Museum of Innocence, his first since he won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 2006. It tells the story of a man who collects objects that hold memories of a lost love, and is a sweeping tale of Turkey’s conflicted identity—tradition ...
In his first book since winning the Nobel Prize in 2006, Orhan Pamuk has proven that his reflections on life and work can be as richly imagined and vividly recounted as any of his fiction. The essays in Other Colors cover everything from getting mugged in New York to surviving ...
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