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Pa·muk

 (pä-mo͞ok′), Orhan Born 1952.
Turkish writer noted for such novels as The White Castle (1985) and Snow (2002). He was awarded the Nobel Prize for literature in 2006.
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Pamuk

(ˈpæmək)
n
(Biography) Orhan. born 1952, Turkish novelist and writer; author of The Black Book (1990), My Name is Red (1998), Snow (2002), and Istanbul: Memories of a City (2003). Nobel prize for literature 2006
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