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Orhan Pamuk sees the world

The Turkish writer's work serves as a literary bridge between East and West

By Mark Feeney
Globe Staff / October 11, 2004

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NEW YORK -- Who knew George W. Bush had a taste for Turkish literature? Yet there he was in Istanbul last June, quoting Turkey's most famous novelist, Orhan Pamuk (pronounced OR-han PAH-mook). (Full Article: 1555 Words)

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