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Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
“The Ideological Codes of the PKK,” the latest book by Turkish journalist Fikret Bilâ, which offers an in depth look into how the Syrian wing of the outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) has managed to attract young recruits from the western world, has been published by Doğan Kitap in the English language
Antoine de Saint-Exupery’s book, “The Little Prince,” has become the first book to be formally translated into the Lazuri Alboni alphabet.
The life, poems and philosophy of Nazım Hikmet Ran, one of Turkey’s most famous poets, will be translated into Persian in a single volume by Iranian writer, poet and translator Ahmet Puri.
Turkey’s largest book fair TÜYAP will be organized for the first time in Antalya on Feb. 16, 2012.
The third Istanbul Literary Festival will be organized between Dec. 5 and 10 with a number of different activities, including films, discussions and concerts.
The third annual Istanbul Literary Festival, which is being organized with the support of the Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality Directorate of Cultural Affairs, kicked off yesterday at Kızlarağası Madrasah in Sultanahmet.
A new book titled 'Bilinmeyen Türkler' (Unknown Turks), prepared by Istanbul’s Bahçeşehir University lecturer and Ottoman Empire historian Heath W. Lowry, has been issued for sale.
An opposition lawmaker has claimed the ruling party has not solved any problems in terms of education in 9 years of power.
A new book titled “Harem ve Cariye” (Seraglio and Concubinage) was introduced Sunday at a press conference held at Istanbul’s Dolmabahçe Palace.