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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.

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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B; Sevket Pamuk New York: Cambridge University Press, 1987.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- Nobel Prize-winning Turkish author Orhan Pamuk will sign copies of his latest novel, "Kyrmyzy Sacly Kadyn" (The Red-Haired Woman), this weekend in ystanbul.
Un final es una declaracion de principios, como nuestro epitafio", dijo en una entrevista el escritor turco Orhan Pamuk de 62 anos, Nobel 2006.
But I am in no hurry," Pamuk had told me in an interview.
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Orhan Pamuk attended an activity in Cologne, Germany in which his novel named "Cevdet Bey ve Ogullari" (Cevdet Bey and His Sons) was promoted.
Depends on the penetration," Pamuk said, when asked if philosophical love was deeper than sexual love
Summary: ISTANBUL: From his Istanbul window, the Nobel-winning Turkish author Orhan Pamuk sees a city in flux.
Vibor Handzic, head of the caucus of Our Party in the Sarajevo City Council said in a press statement today that the decision to annul the awarding of "Honorary Citizen of Sarajevo" prize in the case of Turkish author Orhan Pamuk testifies to the scope of shame that Sarajevo has had to endure thanks to the city authorities.
LAHORE: Orhan Pamuk the Turkish Nobel Prize-winning author is, of course, familiar to most people interested in world literature.
For over two decades, Orhan Pamuk has given us the courage to remember the distant and the recent past, in signifiers and colors invisible before.