|Author:||Orhan Pamuk,Santillana USA|
|Title:||El libro negro (The Black Book)|
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|ePUB size:||1929 kb|
|FB2 size:||1640 kb|
|DJVU size:||1451 kb|
|Publisher:||Punto de Lectura; 1st edition (November 6, 2006)|
The Black Book (Kara Kitap in Turkish) is a novel by Turkish writer Orhan Pamuk. It was published in Turkish in 1990 and first translated by Güneli Gün and published in English in 1994. In 2006, it was translated into English again by Maureen Freely. The protagonist, an Istanbul lawyer named Galip, finds one day that his wife Rüya (the name means "dream" in Turkish) has mysteriously left him with very little explanation. He wanders around the city looking for his clues to her whereabouts.
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This page contains details about the Fiction book The Black Book by Orhan Pamuk published in 1990. This book is the 908th greatest Fiction book of all time as determined by thegreatestbooks. The Black Book is Orhan Pamuk's tour de force, a stunning tapestry of Middle Eastern and Islamic culture which confirmed his reputation as a writer of international stature. Richly atmospheric and.
68 quotes from The Black Book: ‘othing is as surprising as life. Yes, of course, except for writing, the only. Orhan Pamuk, The Black Book. Si, por supuesto, excepto la escritura, el único consuelo ― Orhan Pamuk, The Black Book.
The Black Book is Orhan Pamuk's tour de force, a stunning tapestry of Middle Eastern and Islamic culture which confirmed his reputation as a writer of international stature. Richly atmospheric and Rabelaisian in scope, it is a labyrinthine novel suffused with the sights, sounds and scents of Istanbul, an unforgettable evocation of the city where East meets West, and a boldly unconventional mystery that plumbs the elusive nature of identity, fiction, interpretation and reality. The Black Book is a gigantic work. And, in the way that I suspect most readers might understand the term, there is no plot. Suffice it to say that Galip wakes up one morning and his wife has disappeared.