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Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
FOLDED CORNER - ‘The Red-Haired Woman’ by Orhan Pamuk, translated by Ekin Oklap (Faber & Faber, 272 pages, £17)
A book titled “Atatürk’s Love Latife” by Fatih Bayhan has raised discussion as a presentation of the text will consist of a reenactment of Ataturk and Latife’s wedding, the daily Akşam reported.
British author Salman Rushdie on Sunday accused Indian police of making up an underworld plot to assassinate him that forced him to pull out of a literary festival this weekend.
Turkish Nobel Laureate Orhan Pamuk has denied having a relationship with Turkish-Armenian artist Karolin Fişekçi through an official notice issued through his lawyer yesterday, and has requested that she stop making statements about him to the press.
Sociologist and writer Mahmut Kaya publishes a new book revealing ancient characteristics of the eastern Turkish province of Şanlıurfa’s traditional Sıra Nights
One-hundred families who have made contributions to Istanbul’s economic, cultural and social life throughout history have been featured in a book published by the municipality’s culture, art and tourism events ompany Kültür AŞ.
British author Salman Rushdie is to address an Indian literature festival by video link after he was forced to pull-out in person because of protests by Islamic hardliners, organizers said yesterday.
Salman Rushdie was expected to address at the Indian festival through video.
British novelist Salman Rushdie pulled out of India's largest literary festival...