Noontime in Yenisehir (Turkish Literature) by Sevgi Soysal,Amy Spangler

By Sevgi Soysal,Amy Spangler

Seemingly disparate lives are introduced jointly in a smart, prism-like plot during this award-winning novel. the tale relies on 3 people—Ali, Dogan, and Olcay—and vividly depicts the fight among the older new release who have been content material with the recent (post-Ottoman) Turkey and who're disturbed by means of adjustments sought and taken on by means of the rebellious younger iteration. during this unforgettable, epic portrait of Nineteen Sixties Turkey, the private and political are intertwined in a wondering of what constancy means—to sibling, lover, state, and cause.

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