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Pamuk, Orhan 1952-

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Most widely held works by Orhan Pamuk
Snow by Orhan Pamuk( Book )

244 editions published between 1900 and 2019 in 24 languages and held by 4,603 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

After years of lonely political exile, Turkish poet Ka returns to Istanbul to attend his mother's funeral and learns about a series of suicides among pious girls forbidden to wear headscarves
My name is Red by Orhan Pamuk( Book )

281 editions published between 1994 and 2019 in 23 languages and held by 3,546 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"When the Sultan commissions a great book to celebrate his royal self and his extensive dominion, he directs Enishte Effendi to assemble a cadre of the most acclaimed artists in the land. Their task: to illuminate the work in the European style. But because figurative art can be deemed an affront to Islam, this commission is a dangerous proposition indeed, and no one in the elite circle can know the full scope or nature of the project." "Panic erupts when one of the chosen miniaturists disappears, and the Sultan demands answers within three days. The only clue to the mystery - or crime? - lies in the half-finished illuminations themselves. Has an avenging angel discovered the blasphemous work? Or is a jealous contender for the hand of Enishte's ravishing daughter, the incomparable Shekure, somehow to blame?"--Quatrième de couverture
The museum of innocence by Orhan Pamuk( Book )

135 editions published between 2008 and 2019 in 12 languages and held by 2,585 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Set in Istanbul between 1975 and today, The Museum of Innocence tells the story of Kemal, the son of one of Istanbul's richest families, and of his obsessive love for a poor and distant relation, the beautiful Fusun, who is a shop-girl in a small boutique
The white castle : a novel by Orhan Pamuk( Book )

227 editions published between 1979 and 2019 in 20 languages and held by 2,016 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Orhan Pamuk proffers a dazzling work of historical and philosophical fiction, set amid the scholarship and savagery of 17th-century Constantinople. When a young Italian scholar is taken prisoner, he becomes the slave and tutor of a Turkish scholar who is his exact double. THE WHITE CASTLE is a triumph of the imagination, as colorful and intricately patterned as a Turkish prayer rug
The black book by Orhan Pamuk( Book )

155 editions published between 1989 and 2019 in 12 languages and held by 1,932 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Galip is a lawyer living in Istanbul. His wife, the detective-novel-loving Rüya, has disappeared. Could she have left him for her ex-husband, Celâl, a popular newspaper columnist? But Celâl, too, seems to have vanished. As Galip investigates, he finds himself assuming the enviable Celâl's identity, wearing his clothes, answering his phone calls, even writing his columns. Galip pursues every conceivable clue, but the nature of the mystery keeps changing, and when he receives a death threat, he begins to fear the worst. With its cascade of beguiling stories about Istanbul, The Black Book is a brilliantly unconventional mystery, and a provocative meditation on identity. For Turkish literary readers it is the cherished cult novel in which Orhan Pamuk found his original voice, but it has largely been neglected by English-language readers. Now, in Maureen Freely's beautiful new translation, they, too, may encounter all its riches.--Publisher description
Silent house by Orhan Pamuk( Book )

126 editions published between 1983 and 2015 in 9 languages and held by 1,903 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Awaiting the arrival of her grandchildren in her home outside Istanbul, bed-ridden widow Fatma shares memories and grievances with her late husband's illegitimate son until his nephew, a right-wing nationalist, involves the family in the Turkish military coup of 1980
A strangeness in my mind : a novel by Orhan Pamuk( Book )

48 editions published between 2015 and 2017 in English and Korean and held by 1,739 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"Since his boyhood in a poor village in Central Anatolia, Mevlut Karataş has fantasized about what his life would become. Not getting as far in school as he'd hoped, at the age of twelve he comes to Istanbul--'the center of the world'--and is immediately enthralled by both the old city that is disappearing and the new one that is fast being built. He follows his father's trade, selling boza (a traditional mildly alcoholic Turkish drink) on the street, and hoping to become rich, like other villagers who have settled the desolate hills outside the booming metropolis. But luck never seems to be on Mevlut's side. As he watches his relations settle down and make their fortunes, he spends three years writing love letters to a girl he saw just once at a wedding, only to elope by mistake with her sister. And though he grows to cherish his wife and the family they have, he stumbles toward middle age in a series of jobs leading nowhere. His sense of missing something leads him sometimes to the politics of his friends and intermittently to the teachings of a charismatic religious guide. But every evening, without fail, Mevlut still wanders the streets of Istanbul, selling boza and wondering at the "strangeness" of his mind, the sensation that makes him feel different from everyone else, until fortune conspires once more to let him understand at last what it is he has always yearned for."--Jacket
The red-haired woman by Orhan Pamuk( Book )

65 editions published between 2016 and 2020 in 7 languages and held by 1,606 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

On the outskirts of a town thirty miles from Istanbul, a master well digger and his young apprentice are hired to find water on a barren plain. As they struggle in the summer heat, excavating without luck, the two develop a filial bond neither has known before - not the poor middle-aged bachelor nor the middle-class boy whose father disappeared after being arrested for politically subversive activities. The pair come to depend on each other and exchange stories reflecting disparate views of the world. But in the nearby town, where they buy provisions and take their evening break, the boy finds an irresistible diversion- The Red-Haired Woman, an alluring member of a travelling theatre company. She catches his eye and seems as fascinated by him as he is by her. When the young man's wildest dream is realised, in his distraction a horrible accident befalls the well digger and the boy flees, returning to Istanbul. Only years later will he discover whether he was in fact responsible for his master's death and who the redheaded enchantress was. The Red-Haired Woman is a beguiling mystery tale of family and romance, of east and west, tradition and modernity, by one of the great storytellers of our time
The new life by Orhan Pamuk( Book )

135 editions published between 1994 and 2018 in 16 languages and held by 1,412 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

A novel on Turkey featuring a group of students infatuated with a book. One of them has even abandoned his studies to make copies by hand so others can share it. It is never made clear what the book contains, but while the young are enthusiastic their elders think the contents are degenerate, another example of foreign influence ruining the country
The Paris review interviews( Book )

in English and held by 526 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

With an Introduction by Salman Rushdie For more than fifty years, The Paris Review has brought us revelatory and revealing interviews with the literary lights of our age. This critically acclaimed series continues with another eclectic lineup, including Philip Roth, Ezra Pound, Haruki Murakami, Marilynne Robinson, Stephen Sondheim, E.B. White, Maya Angelou, William Styron and more. In each of these remarkable extended conversations, the authors touch every corner of the writing life, sharing their ambitions, obsessions, inspirations, disappointments, and the most idiosyncratic details of their writing habits. The collected interviews of The Paris Reviews are, as Gary Shteyngart put it, "a colossal literary event."
Snow : a novel by Orhan Pamuk( Recording )

25 editions published between 2004 and 2014 in English and held by 426 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

After years of lonely political exile, Turkish poet Ka returns to Istanbul to attend his mother's funeral and learns about a series of suicides among pious girls forbidden to wear headscarves
The museum of innocence by Orhan Pamuk( Recording )

16 editions published between 2009 and 2020 in English and held by 384 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

It is 1975, a perfect spring in Istanbul. Kemal, scion of one of the city's wealthiest families, is about to become engaged to Sibel, daughter of another prominent family, when he encounters Fusun, a beautiful shopgirl and a distant relation. Thus begins an obsessive but tragic love affair that will transform itself into a compulsive collection of objects--a museum of one man's broken heart--that chronicle Kemal's lovelorn progress and his afflicted heart's reactions
My name is Red : [a novel] by Orhan Pamuk( Recording )

20 editions published between 2001 and 2020 in English and held by 305 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

A furor erupts in sixteenth-century Istanbul when the Sultan commissions the European-style illumination of a great book, and the situation worsens when one of the miniaturists vanishes mysteriously
Silent house by Orhan Pamuk( Recording )

21 editions published between 2012 and 2019 in English and held by 281 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Awaiting the arrival of her grandchildren in her home outside Istanbul, bed-ridden widow Fatma shares memories and grievances with her late husband's illegitimate son until his nephew, a right-wing nationalist, involves the family in the Turkish military coup of 1980
Istanbul : memories and the city by Orhan Pamuk( Book )

75 editions published between 2003 and 2019 in 10 languages and held by 237 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

A portrait, by turns intimate and panoramic, of one of the world's great cities, by its foremost man of letters. Blending reminiscence with history; family photographs with portraits of poets and pashas; art criticism, metaphysical musing, and, now and again, a fanciful tale, Pamuk invents an ingenious form to evoke his lifelong home, the city that forged his imagination. He begins with his childhood, his first intimations of the melancholy awareness of living in the seat of ruined imperial glories, in a country trying to become "modern" at the crossroads of East and West. Against a background of shattered monuments, neglected villas, ghostly backstreets, and, above all, the fabled waters of the Bosphorus, he charts the evolution of a rich imaginative life, which furnished a daydreaming boy refuge from family discord and inner turmoil, and which would continue to serve the famous writer he was to become. --From publisher description
A strangeness in my mind : a novel by Orhan Pamuk( Recording )

14 editions published between 2015 and 2020 in English and held by 231 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"Mevlut, an Istanbul street vendor, has spent his whole life selling a local alcoholic drink. It is the 1990s, and although there were once thousands of boza vendors walking the frozen streets of the city, Mevlut now cuts a lonely figure on snowy winter nights. Falling deeply into debt, and desperate to marry off his incompetent son and satisfy his mistress, Mevlut turns to his old friend Ferhat, who collects payments on electric bills. The partners traverse the back streets of middle class neighbourhoods and shantytowns, venture into flats, shops and restaurants of the poor, relishing their power to punish cheaters and collect bribes. The dangers of Instanbul's underbelly eventually catch up with Mevlut, and he is attacked by a pack of dogs, hospitalized, robbed by bandits and beaten and threatened at every turn. Istanbul is exposed as a city with a rich and dynamic underground culture which seeps into its secular business centres and mainstream society. Mevlut serves as a flighty guide, occasionally attuned to the city's nuances, but with a wild imagination and insticts tainted by desperation."--
Istanbul : city of a hundred names by Alex Webb( Book )

8 editions published in 2007 in English and Dutch and held by 215 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"Straddling the Bosphorus, Istanbul is a place in which East literally meets West, the only major city in the world that actually exists on two continents. Connecting Europe and Asia, this much-fought-over trading center has had many names: Byzantium, Nova Roma, Constantinople, to name but a few. It has been the capital of two of history's most powerful empires - the Byzantine and the Ottoman - and now stands as the largest city of one of the few secular Muslim nations in the world, a state that hopes to enter the European Union. Women in Istanbul have taken to the streets to protest traditional Islamic laws regarding their rights while others, often dressed in chadors, remain faithful to the past." "In Istanbul: City of a Hundred Names, Webb's ability to distill gesture, color, and contrasting cultural tensions into a single, beguiling frame is used to full effect in presenting his vision of Istanbul: an urban cultural center rich with the incandescence of its past, a city of minarets and pigeons rising to the heavens during the dawn call to Muslim prayers, yet also a city of ATM machines and designer jeans. Turkish author Orhan Pamuk contributes a text excerpted from Istanbul, his critically acclaimed portrait of the city."--BOOK JACKET
The red-haired woman : a novel by Orhan Pamuk( Recording )

13 editions published between 2017 and 2020 in English and held by 203 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

On the outskirts of a town thirty miles from Istanbul a master well digger and his young apprentice are hired to find water on a barren plain. As they struggle in the summer heat, excavating without luck meter by meter, the two will develop a filial bond neither has known before, not the poor middle-aged bachelor nor the middle-class boy whose father disappeared after being arrested for politically subversive activities. The pair will come to depend on each other, and exchange stories reflecting disparate views of the world. But in the nearby town, where they buy provisions and take their evening break, the boy will find an irresistible diversion. The Red Haired women, an irresistibly alluring member of a travelling theatre company, catches his eye and seems as fascinated by him as he is by her. The young man's wildest dream will be realized, but, when in his distraction, a horrible accident befalls the well-digger, the boy will flee, returning to Istanbul. Only years later will he discover whether he was in fact responsible for his master's death and who the redheaded enchantress was. A beguiling mystery tale of family and romance, of east and west, tradition and modernity.--
Chip Kidd . 2007-2017 by Chip Kidd( Book )

1 edition published in 2017 in English and held by 178 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Chip Kidd: Book Two: Work: 2007-2017 picks up where Book One left off showcasing his impressive body of work from the past decade as well as new works yet to be seen this year. We see not just hundreds of his recent projects, but the working processes behind them--thoughts, sketches, revisions, scrapped drafts, and triumphant final versions
La vida nueva by Orhan Pamuk( )

22 editions published between 2002 and 2009 in Spanish and English and held by 165 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Novela ubicada en Turquía acerca de un grupo de estudiantes obsesionados con un libro. Uno de ellos aún ha abandonado sus estudios para hacer copias a mano para poder compartirlo con otra gente. Nunca se aclara el contenido el libro, pero aunque los jóvenes se entusiasman, sus ancianos creen que el contenido es degenerado, otro ejemplo de la influencia extranjera que está arruinando el país
 
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My name is RedThe museum of innocenceThe white castle : a novelThe black bookThe new lifeThe Paris review interviewsSnow : a novelThe museum of innocence
Alternative Names
Bāmūk, Ūrhān, 1952-

Bāmūq, Awrahān, 1952-

Bāmūq, Awrhān, 1952-

Bāmūq, Ūrhān 1952-

Ferit Orhan Pamuk

Ó̤-ī-hâng Pá-mŭk

Orhan Pamuk

Orhan Pamuk écrivain turc

Orhan Pamuk escritor turco

Orhan Pamuk escritor turco, vencedor do Prêmio Nobel de literatura de 2006

Orhan Pamuk escritor turco y Premio Nobel de Literatura

Orhan Pamuk novel·lista turc

Orhan Pamuk novelist turk

Orhan Pamuk romancier turc

Orhan Pamuk scrittore e saggista turco

Orhan Pamuk török író

Orhan Pamuk turecki pisarz, laureat Nagrody Nobla

Orhan Pamuk turecký spisovateľ

Orhan Pamuk Türgi romaanikirjanik

Orhan Pamuk Türk yazar; 2006 Nobel Edebiyat Ödülü

Orhan Pamuk türkischer Journalist und Schriftsteller

Orhan Pamuk türkischer Journalist und Schriftsteller; Literaturnobelpreisträger

Orhan Pamuk Turkish novelist

Orhan Pamuk Turkish novelist, screenwriter, and Nobel Prize in Literature recipient

Orhan Pamuk turkisk författare

Orhan Pamuk Turko a nobelista

Orhan Pamuk Turks schrijver

Orhan Pamuk tyrkisk skribent

Orhans Pamuks

Orxan Pamuk

Pamouk, Orchan, 1952-

Pamoýk, Orchán 1952-...

Pamuk.

Pamuk, Ferit Orha, 1952-

Pamuk, Ferit Orhan, 1952-

Pāmuk,Ōrān̲, 1952-

Pamuk, Orchan 1952-

Pamuk Orhan

Pamuk, Orkhan 1952-

Pʻamuk, Orŭhan, 1952-

Pamuk, Orxan 1952-

Pāmūk, Urhān 1952-

Pāmuk, Ūruhān, 1952-

Pāmuka, Orahāna, 1952-

Pamukas Orhanas

Pamuke 1952-

Pamuke, Aoerhan 1952-

Pàmùkè, Àohǎn, 1952-

Pamuks, Orhans 1952-

Pamuku, Oruhan, 1952-

Pamwk, Orxan 1952-

Uran Pamuk

Ορχάν Παμούκ

Παμούκ, Ορχάν, 1952-

Архан Памук

Орхан Памук

Орхан Памук 1952-

Орхан Памук турецкий писатель

Орхан Памуҡ

Пaмук, Оpхaн 1952-

Памук Орхан

Памук, Орхан 1952-

Памук, Орхан турецкий писатель

Փամուք, Օրհան, 1952-

Օրհան Փամուկ

אורהאן פאמוק

אורהאן פאמוק מחבר רומנים טורקי

פאמוק, אורהאן 1952-

פאמוק, אורחן

פאמוק, אורחן 1952-

اورحان پامک

أورخان باموق كاتب وروائي تركي فاز بجائزة نوبل للأداب سنة 2006

اورخان پاموک

اورخان پاموک ترک ناول نگار

أورهان باموق

أورهان باموق، 1952-

اورهان باموق، 1952 م-

اورهان باموك

اورهان پاموک

اورهان پاموک نویسنده اهل ترکیه

باموق، أورهان.

باموق، أورهان، 1952-

باموك، أورهان، 1952-

ئورخان پامۇك

ئۆرھان پاموک

پاموک، اُرهان، 1952-

پاموک، اورحان, 1952-

ओर्हान पामुक

ওরহান পামুক

ওরহান পামুক সাহিত্যে নোবেল পুরষ্কার বিজয়ী

ਓਰਹਾਨ ਪਾਮੁਕ

ஓரான் பாமுக்

ಫೆರಿಟ್ ಒರ್ಹಾನ್ ಪಾಮುಕ್

ಫೆರಿಟ್ ಒರ್ಹಾನ್ ಪಾಮುಕ್ ನೋಬೆಲ್ ಪ್ರಶಸ್ತಿ ವಿಜೇತ ಟರ್ಕಿ ಬರಹಗಾರ

ഓർഹാൻ പാമൂക്ക്

ഓർഹാൻ പാമൂക്ക് നോബൽ പുരസ്കാര ജേതാവായ ടർക്കിഷ് എഴുത്തുകാരനാണ്.

ออร์ฮัน ปามุก

ออร์ฮัน พามุค

ორჰან ფამუქი

말모극, 오한 1952-

오르한 파묵

오르한 파묵, 1952-

파모극, 오한 1952-

파무커, 아오한 1952-

파묵, 오르한 1952-

ኦርሃን ፓሙክ

オルハン・パムク

パムク, オルハン

パムク, オルハン, 1952-

奥尔汗·帕穆克

奥尔汗·帕穆克 土耳其作家、诺贝尔文学奖得主

奧罕 . 帕慕克, 1952-

奧罕帕慕克

帕慕克 1952-

帕慕克 奧罕, 1952-

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