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Pamuk, Orhan

Orhan Pamuk is the winner of the 2006 Nobel Prize for Literature. His novels, including The White Castle, My Name is Red, The Black Book, Snow, and most recently the non-fictional Istanbul, have been translated into over forty languages.

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1.  Speech | 12/06/2007


For Orhan Pamuk, the idea of "neighbourliness" is double-edged: in international relations, it signals peace and cultural engagement, but in society, particularly in the Turkish tradition, it implies provincialism and suspicion. » more

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1.  Gazeta Wyborcza - Poland | 10/06/2013

Orhan Pamuk on the authoritarian ignorance of the Turkish government

The cause for the protests in Turkey is the authoritarian ignorance of the government, the Turkish literature Nobel laureate Orhan Pamuk writes in a commentary ... » more

2.  Corriere della Sera - Italy | 16/10/2007

Orhan Pamuk against poltical agendas in literature

In an article posted on Global Viewpoint, the director of the prestigious New York Public Library, Paul Holdengraber, interviews Orhan Pamuk, winner of the 2006 ... » more

3.  L'Express - France | 03/05/2007

Orhan Pamuk considers that Turkey can join Europe

Asked by François Busnel about Turkey's capacity to be integrated in Europe, Orhan Pamuk, the Turkish writer and 2006 Nobel Prize winner for literature, answers ... » more

4.  Die Welt - Germany | 08/12/2006

Orhan Pamuk on fair distribution of simpleness and stupidity

In his acceptance speech for the Nobel Prize, Turkish author Orhan Pamuk stressed his love for his father and his home city of Istanbul. At ... » more

5.  El País - Spain | 24/09/2006

Orhan Pamuk on the East's need for freedom

The Turkish writer, Orhan Pamuk, examines the rift between western and eastern societies in an interview with the journalist and writer Rosa Montero. "My idea ... » more

6.  The Guardian - United Kingdom | 03/04/2006

Orhan Pamuk on the Turkish paradox

Turkish novelist Orhan Pamuk, cleared of charges of insulting the Turkish nation earlier this year, talks to journalist Aida Edemariam. He attempts to describe the ... » more


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