Pamuk Orhan

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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love story MUSEUM OF INNOCENCE by Orhan Pamuk ORHAN Pamuk's first novel after a six-year hiatus, Museum of Innocence tells the story of 30-year-old Kemal, scion of one of Istanbul's wealthy families, and his moving albeit miserable affair with his beautiful 18-year-old cousin, Fusun, a "common shop girl".