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Nights of Plague

Orhan Pamuk
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Orhan Pamuk

Nights of Plague

In this Pamuk’s most comprehensive novel since the Nobel Prize-winning My name is red we follow the collapse of the multinational Ottoman order and the forming of Turkey as a nation state. There is a constant intertwining of Eastern tradition and Western modernity and a witty depiction of spontaneous changes of the independence fighters, who are leading the people. All this at the time of an epidemic, new rules, which are dictatorially imposed by the authorities. (AH)

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