Pamuk


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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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Como ya hemos mencionado, la mayor influencia de Borges en El libro negro se observa en la manera en que Pamuk maneja el tema del caos y el motivo del laberinto.
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Summary: In the seven years since he won the Nobel Prize for literature, Turkish novelist Orhan Pamuk has made the news mostly for two books he published on either side of a museum opening in Istanbul.
Mr Kemal Pamuk, who was once an attache at the Turkish Embassy in London, is scandalously suggested to have been engaged in an illicit liaison with Lady Mary when he suffered cardiac failure.
The Nobel Prize laureate Orhan Pamuk (2006 literature) has been skeptical of Turkey's state-led modernization project from early in his career.
Maybe such an idea is just an invention of Pamuk and other writers, maybe it's overly romantic.
(Reporting by Saleh Al-Shaibany, Writing by Humeyra Pamuk)
"History is something we make together," Orhan Pamuk said to me.
Although Pamuk is a celebrated author, it was an interview with a Swiss newspaper in 2005, in which he referred to the "taboo" subjects of the killing of Armenians during World War 1 that rose his profile considerably.
2010, the Nobel laureate Orhan Pamuk of Turkey acknowledged that he was in a relationship with Indian writer and Man Booker-winner Kiran Desai.