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Birds without wings

Author: Louis De Bernières
Publisher: New York : Knopf, 2004.
Edition/Format:   Book : Fiction : English : 1st American edView all editions and formats
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During the finals days of the Ottoman Empire, the young men of the village are instructed to battle the invading forces during the Great War and destroy the peace.
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Genre/Form: Religious fiction
Historical fiction
War stories
Fiction
Material Type: Fiction, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Louis De Bernières
ISBN: 1400043417 9781400043415
OCLC Number: 55800913
Notes: Map on lining papers.
Description: xi, 553 p. : col. map ; 25 cm.
Contents: The Prologue of Iskander the Potter --
Iskander the Potter Remembers the Birth of Philothei --
Mustafa Kemal (1) --
i am philothei (1) --
Exiled in Cephalonia, Drosoula Remembers Philothei --
Mustafa Kemal(2) --
The Dog --
I Am Philothei (2) --
Mustafa Kemal (3) --
How Karatavuk and Mehmetcik Came to Be Called Karatavuk and Mehmetcik --
Ibrahim Gives Philothei a Goldfinch --
The Proof of Innocence (1) --
The Proof of Innocence (2): A Bad Start --
The Proof of Innocence (3): Mariora Returns to the Light --
The Proof of Innocence (4): The Message to Mariora --
Mustafa Kemal, Infantry Lieutenant 1474 (4) --
Of Reading and Writing --
I Am Philothei (3) --
The Telltale Shoes --
Mustafa Kemal (5) --
I Am Philothei (4) --
Ayse Remembers Tamara --
Tamara's Refuge --
I Am Philothei (5) --
Tales from the Journey to Smyrna --
Mustafa Kemal (6) --
The Tyranny of Honour --
The Humiliation of Levon the Armenian --
I Am Philothei (6) --
Mustafa Kemal, His Own Policeman (7) --
The Circassian Mistress (1) --
The Circassian Mistress (2) --
The Circassian Mistress (3) --
Rustem Bey and Leyla Hanim --
I Am Philothei (7) --
A Cure for Toothache --
Mustafa Kemal (8) --
Exiled in Cephalonia, Drosoula Remembers Leyla and Philothei --
The Seduction of Rustem Bey --
The Veiling of Philothei --
An Embarrassing Question --
Mustafa Kemal (9) --
I Am Philothei (8) --
In Which a Playful Conversation Takes a Bad Turn --
The Humiliation of Daskalos Leonidas --
Mustafa Kemal (10) --
I Am Philothei (9) --
Of Righteousness and Wrongdoing.
Responsibility: Louis de Bernières.
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During the finals days of the Ottoman Empire, the young men of the village are instructed to battle the invading forces during the Great War and destroy the peace.

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