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Orhan Pamuk

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Orhan Pamuk

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Ferit Orhan Pamuk (born 7 June 1952), popularly known as Orhan Pamuk, is a Turkish novelist. He teaches Humanities (comparative literature and writing) at Columbia University.   Pamuk has sold over eleven million books in 60 languages. He has...

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Orhan Pamuk writes all his books in the Turkish language. Some of his popular works (six until now) have been translated by Maureen Freely into English.

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White Castle by: Orhan Pamuk (ISBN : 0571164668)

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The White Castle, Orhan Pamuk's celebrated first novel, is the tale of a young Italian scholar...More Details
The Museum Of Innocence by: Orhan Pamuk (ISBN : 0571236995)

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A rich and humorous love story from the bestselling author of Snow and My Name is Red The Museum..More Details
Other Colours by: Orhan Pamuk (ISBN : 0571236871)

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What happens within us when we read a novel? And how does a novel create its unique effects, so..More Details
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July 17th 2012,7:36 AM

Nobel Prize On 12 October 2006, the Swedish Academy announced that Orhan Pamuk had been awarded the 2006 Nobel Prize in Literature, confounding pundits and oddsmakers who had conclu... More details
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July 17th 2012,7:32 AM

Orhan Pamuk Quotes At first my publisher had reservations about publishing it in the form you are familiar with. Orhan Pamuk I really don't want to portray the ... More details
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Orhan Pamuk's Bio page

Notable Works:

Snow,Istanbul: Memories and the City,My Name Is Red

Awards Won:

Nobel Prize in Literature