Translated by Ekin
Orhan Pamuk has always fascinated us with his perception about Istanbul, where he was born. Istanbul had always been the core of his writings. In A Strangeness in My Mind, translated by Ekin, Orhan Pamuk makes the readers see the Turkish world through the eyes of a boza vendor, Mevlut, who also trades in yoghurt, rice and peas. He witnesses all the change that happen in the country from military coupes to refugees. Love happens mysteriously, but changes face at the hands of faith.
A very congenial, humane narrative from Pamuk. Take a look!
|Publisher:||Penguin Books||Publishing Year:||2015|
|Cover:||Hardcover||No. Of Pages:||624|
|MRP:||Rs 699||Buy From:||Flipkart.com