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Pamuk: a bibliography

This is the bibliography from Michael McGaha's Autobiographies of Orhan Pamuk: The Writer in his Novels, which professor McGaha has graciously allowed me to reprint here. I am hoping to extend it as time goes by, and to keep the links up to date. Contributions in the comments section are of course welcome.

Note: I have added some entries that are not in McGaha's bibliography. To differentiate these I have enclosed anything I add in square brackets.

Adil, Alev. Review of Istanbul: Memories of a City, by Orhan Pamuk. Independent, April 8, 2005.

Alanyali, Iris. Interview with Orhan Pamuk. Die Welt, October 20, 2005.

Almond, Ian. "Islam, Melancholy, and Sad, Concrete Minarets: the Futility of Narratives in Orhan Pamuk's The Black Book." (access to online version is restricted.) New Literary History 34, no. 1 (Winter 2003); 75-90.

Altinel, Şavkar. "Putting a Tangible Shape on Time." Times Literary Supplement 4567 (October 12, 1990): 1087.

Andrews, Walter G. "The Black Book and Black Boxes: Orhan Pamuk's Kara Kitap." Edebiyat 11 (2000): 105-29.

Andrews, Walter G. "Ottoman Lyrics: Introductory Essay" in Ottoman Lyric Poetry: An Anthology, edited by Walter G. Andrews, Najaat Black, and Mehmet Kalpaklı, 3-23. Austin: University of Tèxas Press, 1997.

"Another Charge Filed Against Writer Orhan Pamuk." Turkish Daily News, February 19, 2005.

Arsu, Sebnem "Court Drops Charges against Author for 'Insulting' Turkey." New York Times, January 23, 2006.

Arsu, Sebnem "Turkish Laureate Criticizes French Legislation." New York Times, October 14, 2005.

Aytaç, Gürsel. "Cevdet Bey ve Oğulları." In Orhan Pamuk'u Anlamak, edited by Engin Kılıç, 28-44. Istanbul: İletişim, 2000.

Bailey, Paul. "A Cold Front in Anatolia." Independent, May 14, 2004.

Bakhtin, Mikhail. Problems of Dostoevsky's Poetics, Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1984.

Bayrakceken, Aylin and Don Randall. "Meetings of East and West: Orhan Pamuk's Istanbullite Perspective." Critique 46, no. 3 (Spring 2005): 191-204.

Belge, Murat. "Portrait of a Writer: Orhan Pamuk." Privateview (Winter 1996): 65.

Belge, Murat. "'Love me, or leave me?' The strange case of Orhan Pamuk." OpenDemocrace.net, October 17, 2005.

Berman, Paul. "Young Turk." New Republic, September 9, 1991, 36-39.

Bernstein, Nina. "His Room with a View." New York Times, November 26, 2006.

Biddick, Kathleen. "Coming Out of Exile: Dante on the Orient(alism) Express" American Historical Review 105, no. 4 (October 2000) 1234-49.

Bowley, Graham. "EU Unveils Draft Rules for Talks on Turkey" International Herald Tribune, June 30, 2005.

Boyagoda, Randy. "A Writer above Politics." New York Times, October 14, 2006.

Brottori, Jerry. "Dangerous Perspective." Cornucopia 25 (2005)

Çapar, Bengü. "Functional Literacy and Information Retrieval in Turkey." Paper presented at the Proceedings of the 61st International Federation of Library Associations General Conference, August 20-25, 1995.

Caryl, Christian. "The Schizophrenic Sufi." New York Review of Books 52, no 8 (May 12, 2005): 26-28.

Cemal, Hasan. "Orhan Pamuk üc!" Milliyet, March 31, 2005.

Cervantes, Miguel de. Don Quixote, Translated by Edith Grossman. New York: HarperCollins, 2003.

Choudhury, Chandrahas. Review of Snow, by Orhan Pamuk. Tehelka: The People's Paper, July 24, 2004.

Chua, Amy. "Two Faces of Globalization: A World on the Edge." Wilson Quarterly 26, no. 4 (Autumn 2002): 62-67.

Çiçekoglu, Feride. "Difference, Visual Narration, and Point of View in My Name is Red." (Access to online version is restricted.) Journal of Æsthetic Education 37, no. 4 (2003): 124-37.

Çiçekoglu, Feride. "A Pedagogy of Two Ways of Seeing: A Confrontation of 'Word and Image' in My Name Is Red." (Access to online version is restricted.) Journal of Æsthetic Education 37, no. 3 (Fall 2003): 1-20.

Coleman, Sarah. Review of My Name Is Red, by Orhan Pamuk. San Francisco Chronicle, December 7, 2001.

"Controversial Turkish Author Risks Second Court Case." Middle East Times, October 28, 2005.

"A Conversation with Orhan Pamuk" Borzoi Reader Online.

Davis, Dick. "Murder and Joy" (Access to online version is restricted.) Times Literary Supplement 5136 (September 7 2001): 6.

Eberstadt, Fernanda. "The Best Seller of Byzantium", New York Times Magazine, May 4, 1997, 33-37.

Ecevit, Yıldız. Orhan Pamuk'u Okumak: Kafası Karışmış Okur ve Modern Roman. Istanbul: İletişim 2004.

Eder, Richard. "A Blizzard of Contradictions in Modern Turkey." New York Times, August 10, 2004, B6.

Eder, Richard. "Heresies of the Paintbrush." New York Times Book Review, September 2, 2001, 7.

Emck, Katy. "Turkish Delight." (Access to online version is restricted.) New Statesman 126 (October 31, 1997): 44-45.

Erdim, Esim. "The 'Survival' of a Literary Text: The Transformation of Images from the Sublime to the Picturesque in Güneli Gün's Translation of Orhan Pamuk's Kara Kitap." PhD. diss. Kent State University, 1999.

Erel, Nursun. "Pamuk: Object of Love and Hate." New Anatolian, October 18, 2006.

Esen, Nüket, ed. Kara Kitap Üzerine Yazılar. Istanbul: İletişim, 1996.

Ever, Mustafa. "Adlar ve Kitaplar." In Kara Kitap Üzerine Yazılar edited by Nüket Esen, 115-37. Istanbul: İletişim, 1996.

Feeney, Mark. "Orhan Pamuk Sees the World." Boston.com, October 11, 2004.

Finkel, Caroline. Osman's Dream: The Story of the Ottoman Empire, 1300-1923. London: John Murray, 2005.

Freely, Maureen. "A Conversation with Orhan Pamuk." Granta 93 (Spring 2006) 105-28.

[Freely, Maureen. "Orhan Pamuk's Translator Discusses Her Work". Washington Post, Friday, March 22, 2009.]

Freely, Maureen. Review of My Name is Red, by Orhan Pamuk. New Statesman 130 (August 27, 2001): 41.

Frischmuth, Barbara. "Looking over the Fence." (Access to online version is restricted.) World Literature Today 69: 459-61.

"From the Columns." Turkish Daily News, October 14, 2006.

Galip, Seyh. Beauty and Love, Translated by Victoria Rowe Holbrook. New York: Modern Language Association of America, 2005.

Glossop, Sarah. "Languages in My life: Maureen Freely." Linguist 15, no. 4 (2006): 52-60.

Göknar, Erdağ "My Name Is Re(a)d: Authoring Translation, Translating Authority." Translation Review 68 (2004); 52-60.

Gommlich, Klaus, and Esim Erdim. "Evolving Imagery in the Translation of Orhan Pamuk's Kara Kitap." (Access to online version is restricted.) Across Languages and Cultures 2, no.2 (2001): 237-49.

Goytisolo, Juan. "El libro negro de Orhan Pamuk: Constantinopla constantinopolizada." Quimera 2007-8 (2001): 193-200.

Gün, Güneli "Something Wrong with the Language." (Access to online version is restricted.) Times Literary Supplement 5006 (March 12, 1999): 14.

Gün, Güneli "The Turks Are Coming; Deciphering Orhan Pamuk's Black Book." (Access to online version is restricted.) World Literature Today 66 (Winter 1992): 59-63

Hakan, Ahmet. Orhan Pamuk: Kırmızı ve Kar. Istanbul: Birey Yayıncılık, 2002.

Halkin, Talya. "The Voice from Istanbul." RAHA: World Independent Writers' Home, May 29, 2004.

Halman, Talat Sait. "Turkish Literature in the 1960's." Literary Review 15, no. 4 (1972): 387-402.

Halman, Talat Sait. The Turkish Muse: Views and Reviews, 1960's-1990's. Edited by Jayne L. Warner. Syracuse: Syracuse University Press, 2005.

Halman, Talat Sait, ed. Contemporary Turkish Literature. Rutherford, NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 1982.

[Hansen, Suzy. "Letter from Istanbul: Mr. Pamuk's Neighborhood." New York Times Book Review, November 28, 2009.]

Hitchens, Christopher. "Mind the Gap." Atlantic Monthly 294, no. 3 (October 2004): 188-93.

Holderlin, Friedrich. Hyperion and Selected Poems. Edited by Eric L. Santner. New York: Continuum, 2002.

Houston, Robert. "The Lady Vanishes." New York Times Book Review, January 15, 1995: 20, 22.

Iannelli, Eric J. Review of My Name Is Red, by Orhan Famuk. Rain Taxi Online, 2001.

Inness, Charlotte. "Istanbul Expressed." Nation, March 17, 1995: 425-28.

Irwin, Robert. "Tales of the City." Times Literary Supplement 4814 (July 7, 1995): 21.

Israel, Martin. "Angels: Messengers of Grace."

["Is Japan Closer to Western Society than Turkey?": conversation between Kenzaburo Oe and Orhan Pamuk. New Perspectives Quarterly, June 20, 2008.]

Kakmi, Dmetri. Review of Istanbul: Memories of a City, by Orhan Pamuk. Age, June 4, 2005.

[Karp, Jacqueline. "A Tale of Two Paintings: Orhan Pamuk and Turkey's Troubled Identity." AGNI Online, June 2007.]

Kılıç, Engin, ed. Orhan Pamuk'u Anlamak. Istanbul: İletişim, 2000.

Kim, Sooyong. "Master and Disciple: Sufi Mysticism as an Interpretive Framework for Orhan Pamuk's Kara Kitap." Turkish Studies Association Bulletin 17, no.2 (Fall 1993): 23-42.

Kinross, Lord Patrick. The Ottoman Centuries: The Rise and Fall of the Turkish Empire. New York: Morris Quill Paperbacks, 1977.

Kinzer, Stephen. Crescent and Star: Turkey between Two Worlds. New York: Farrar, Straus, and Giroux, 2001.

Koçak, Orhan. "Aynadaki Kitap/Kitaptaki Ayna" In Kara Kitap Üzerine Yazılar, edited by Nüket Esen. Istanbul: İletişim, 1996.

Koestler, Arthur. The Sleepwalkers:A History of Man's Changing Vision of the Universe. Harmondsworth: Penguin Books, 1979.

[Lea, Richard. "Orhan Pamuk on the Museum of Innocence." The Guardian, April 22, 2010.]

Lewis, Geoffrey. The Turkish Language Reform: A Catastrophic Success. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2002.

[Leonard, Tom. Interview with Orhan Pamuk. Telegraph, January 01, 2010.]

Lyman, Rick. "A City of Many Pasts Embraces the Future." New York Times, September 25, 2005.

Mango, Andrew. "Orhan Pamuk at the Heart of Turkish Sadness." Cahiers d'études sur la Méditerranée orientale et le monde turco-iranien 20 (July-December 1995): 351-60.

"Manifiesto en favor de Orhan Pamuk" El Boomeran(g): El blog literario latinoamericana, December 13, 2005.

Mannes-Abbott, Guy. New Statesman and Society 8, no.360 (July 7, 1995): 41.

McGaha, Michael. "The Poetry of Defiance." Los Angeles Times Book Review, August 15, 2004, R4.

McGaha, Michael. "Turkish Nobel Winner Pamuk Expands His Palette." San Francisco Chronicle, September 33, 2007, M4.

Meixler, Louis. "Turkey Caught in Bind over Novelist Trial." Guardian Unlimited, December 17, 2005.

Montero, Rosa. "Este hombre raro." El País, October 13, 2006, 43.

Moore, Matt, and Karl Ritter. "Turkish Writer Orhan Pamuk Wins Nobel." SFGate.com, October 12, 2006.

Moran, Berna. "Üstkurmaca Olarak Kara Kitap." In Kara Kitap Üzerine Yazılar, edited by Nüker Esen, 80-9O. Istanbul: İletişim, 1996.

Morris, Jan. "A Map of the Heart." Guardian, April 2, 2005.

Munthe, Turi. "An Istanbul Anatomy." Al-Ahram Weekly Online

National Endowment for the Arts. "2004 Grant Awards: Literature Fellowships for Translation Projects in Prose."

"Nobel 'a Great Honor, a Great Pleasure' Says Pamuk." Turkish Daily News, October 14, 2006.

"Orhan Pamuk: Un écrivain turc à succès" Les Turcs connus en France.

"Orhan Pamuk Accused Once Again." Zaman, October 26, 2005.

Ozgün, Ayse. "Orhan Pamuk vs. Michael Moore." Turkish Daily News, February, 2005.

Ozinian, Alin. "Who Is Orhan Pamuk?" Part 1 and Part 2. New Neighbors. December 30, 2005.

Pamuk, Orhan. "The Anger of the Damned." New York Review of Books 48, no. 18 (November 15, 2001).

Pamuk, Orhan. Benim Adım Kırmızı. Istanbul: İletişim, 2003.

Pamuk, Orhan. Beyaz Kale. Istanbul: İletişim, 2004.

Pamuk, Orhan. The Black Book, Translated by Maureen Freely. New York: Vintage International, 2006.

Pamuk, Orhan. The Black Book, Translated by Güneli Gün. New York: Vintage International, 1996.

Pamuk, Orhan. "The Boy Who Watched the Ships Go By." Granta 61 (Spring 1998): 69-82.

Pamuk, Orhan. Cevdet Bey ve Oğulları. Istanbul: İletişim, 2000.

[Pamuk, Orhan. "The Collector." The Guardian, October 18, 2008.]

Pamuk, Orhan. "Famous People," Translated by Erdağ Göknar. Granta 68 (Winter 1999): 69-92. [This story was also published in a translation by Maureen Freely, as "To Look Out the Window", included in Other Colors.]

Pamuk, Orhan. "Freedom to Write." New York Review of Books 53, no. 9 (May 25, 2006).

Pamuk, Orhan. Gizli Yüz: Senaryo. Istanbul: İletişim, 2002.

Pamuk, Orhan. "In Kars and Frankfurt," Translated by Maureen Freely.

Pamuk, Orhan. Interview with Nuriye Akman. Zaman, January 21, 2004.

Pamuk, Orhan. Interview with Alex Beam. On Connection, WBUK, Boston, March 21, 2003.

Pamuk, Orhan. Interview with Jeffrey Brown. On NewsHour with Jim Lehrer, PBS, October 12, 2006.

Pamuk, Orhan. Interview with Aida Edemariam. Guardian, April 3, 2006.

Pamuk, Orhan. Interview with Elizabeth Farnsworth. On News Hour with Jim Lehrer, PBS, November 20, 2002.

Pamuk, Orhan. Interview with Nathan Gardels. New Perspectives Quarterly 22, no. 1 (Winter 2005).

Pamuk, Orhan. Interview with Ángel Gurría-Quintana. Paris Review 175 (Fall-Winter 2005): 115-41. (Reprinted in Other Colors with a note by Gurría-Quintana.)

Pamuk, Orhan. Interview with Angie Koiro. On Forum, KQED, San Francisco, September 24, 2004.

Pamuk, Orhan. Interview with Jorg Lau Sign and Sight (April 15, 2005).

Pamuk, Orhan. Interview with Steve Paulson. On To the Best of Our Knowledge, Public Radio International, July 27, 1997.

Pamuk, Orhan. Interview with Alexandra Rockingham. Believer 4, no. 4 (May 2006): 74-78.

[Pamuk, Orhan. Interview with The Yomiuri Shimbun. Daily Yomiuri Online, January 17, 2009.]

Pamuk, Orhan. Interview with Michael Skafidas. New Pespectives Quarterly 20, no.1 (Winter 2003).

Pamuk, Orhan. Interview with Der Spiegel, October 21, 2005.

Pamuk, Orhan. Interview with Alexander Star. New York Times, August 15, 2004.

Pamuk, Orhan. Interview with Miguel Ángel Villena. El País, September 24, 2005.

Pamuk, Orhan Interview with Lila Azam Zanganeh. El País, May 21, 2006.

Pamuk, Orhan. Istanbul: Hatıralar ve Şehir. Istanbul: Yapı Kredi, 2003.

Pamuk, Orhan. Istanbul: Memories and the City, Translated by Maureen Freely. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 2005.

Pamuk, Orhan. Kar. Istanbul: İletişim, 2002.

Pamuk, Orhan. Kara Kitap. Istanbul: İletişim, 2003.

Pamuk, Orhan. "Listen to the Damned." Guardian Unlimited, September 20, 2001.

Pamuk, Orhan. La maison du silence, Translated by Münevver Andaç. Paris: Gallimard, 1988.

[Pamuk, Orhan. Manzaradan Parçalar. Istanbul: İletişim, 2010.]

[Pamuk, Orhan. "Monsieur Flaubert, c'est moi!" Acceptance speech for honorary doctorate at University of Rouen, March 17, 2009.]

Pamuk, Orhan. "My Father's Suitcase." Nobel lecture, translated by Maureen Freely.

Pamuk, Orhan. My Name Is Red, Translated by Erdağ Göknar. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 2001.

[Pamuk, Orhan. "My Turkish Library". The New York Review of Books 55, no. 20 (December 18, 2008).]

Pamuk, Orhan. The New Life, Translated by Güneli Gün. New York: Vintage International, 1998.

Pamuk, Orhan. "The Old Meaning Speaks Out," Translated by Maureen Freely. In Without Boundary: Seventeen Ways of Looking, edited by Fereshteh Daftari, 28-29. New York: Museum of Modern Art, 2006.

Pamuk, Orhan. "On the Periphery." Times Literary Supplement 4923 (August 9, 1997): 34.

Pamuk, Orhan. Öteki Renkler: Seçme Yazılar ve Bir Hikaye. Istanbul: İletişim, 1999.

Pamuk, Orhan. Other Colors: Essays and a Story, Translated by Maureen Freely. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 2007.

Pamuk, Orhan. "Personal History: The Pamuk Apartments," Translated by Maureen Freely. New Yorker, March 7, 2005, 34-41.

Pamuk, Orhan. "A Private Reading of André Gide's Public Journal." Social Research 70, no. 3 (Fall 2003): 1001-14.

Pamuk, Orhan. Sessiz Ev. Istanbul: İletişim, 2003.

Pamuk, Orhan. Snow, Translated by Maureen Freely. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 2004.

[Pamuk, Orhan. "The Souring of Turkey's European Dream." The Guardian, December 23, 2010.]

Pamuk, Orhan. "The Talk of the Town: Orhan Pamuk on Facing Trial," Translated by Maureen Freely. New Yorker, December 19, 2005, 33-34.

Pamuk, Orhan. "What We Think of America." Granta 77 (Spring 2002): 64-66.

Pamuk, Orhan. The White Castle, Translated by Victoria Holbrook. New York: Vintage International 1998.

Pamuk, Orhan. "The White Sea Is Azure." Mediterraneans 10 (Vinter 1997-1998): 487-91.

Pamuk, Orhan. "Why I Write," Translated by Maureen Freely. Guardian, October 25, 2006. h

Pamuk, Orhan. Yeni Hayat Istanbul: İletişim, 2002.

Parini, Jay. "Pirates, Pashas, and the Imperial Astrologer." New York Times Book Review, May 19, 1991, 3.

Parla, Jale. "Roman ve Kimlik: Beyaz Kale." In Orhan Pamuk'u Anlamak, edited by Engin Kılıç, 85-98. lstanbul: İletişim, 2000.

Parla, Jale. "Sanat ve Yaşam Paradoksunda Bir Genç Adamın Sanatçı Olarak Portresi: Yeni Hayat." In Orhan Pamuk'u Anlamak, edited by Engin Kılıç, 265-75. Istanbul; İletişim, 2000.

Parla, Jale. "Why The Black Book Is Black." World and I 6 (1991): 447-53.

Pedro'nun Zorunla İstanbul Seyahati, Translated by Fuad Carim. Istanbul: Güncel Yayıncılık, 1961.

Pope, Hugh, and Nicole Pope. Turkey Unveiled: A History of Modern Turkey. Woodstock, N.Y.: Overlook Press, 2000.

Pemnick, David. "Letter from Istanbul: the Experiment." New Yorker, November 18, 2002, 50-55.

[Pourgouris, Marinos. "The Addiction of our Time: Orhan Pamuk and the Nobel Prize". Free Associations, November 3, 2006.]

Rilke, Rainer Maria. Ahead of All Parting: The Selected Poetry and Prose of Rainer Maria Rilke, Edited and translated by Stephen Mitchell. New York: Modern Library, 1995.

Rodriguez, Emma. "Es un galardón contra el choque do culturas" El País, October 13, 2006, 52.

Rojo, José Andrés. "Orhan Pamuk: 'Vemos el mundo coma nos enseñan a verlo los pintores.'" El País, October 12, 2003, 34.

Rumi, Jelal ud-Din. The Mathnawi, Translated by E. H. Whinfleld. London: Watkins Publishing, 2002.

[Shatz, Adam. "Wanting to Be Something Else." The London Review of Books Vol. 32 No. 1 (January 7, 2010): 15 - 17.

Schleifer, Yigal. "In Turkey, Taboo Lifts Over Past Treatment of Armenians." The Christian Science Monitor, March 17, 2005.

Schwartz, Lynne Sharon. "In the Beginning Was the Book." New Leader 84, no. 5 (September-October 2001): 23-25.

Secretariat General for EU Affairs. "Brussels European Council Presidency Conclusions." December 16-17, 2004.

[Seyhan, Azade. "Seeing Through the Snow." Al-Ahram Weekly 817 (19 - 25 October 2006).]

Short, Ramsay. "Defiant Turkish Writer Says 'Genocide' Taboo an Obstacle to EU Entry." Daily Star, October 19, 2005.

Shulpyakov, Gleb. "Istanbul's Chronicler." World Press Review 48, no. 6 (June 200l): 41.

SignandSight.com: Let's Talk European. "Orhan Pamuk to Win Friedenspreis." June 22, 2005.

Skafidas, Michael. "Turkey's Divided Character." New Perspectives Quarterly 17, no. 2 (Spring 2000): 20-22.

Smith, Alex Duval. "Nobel Split Delays Book Prize." Observer International, October 9, 2005.

Smith, Joan. "Joan Smith Reports on Orhan Pamuk's Trial Hearing." English PEN, January 9, 2006.

Smith, Wendy. "Orhan Pamuk: Outspoken Turk." Publishers Weekly, August 23, 2004, 34.

Solmaz, Yusuf. Orhan Pamuk'un Cevdet Bey ve Oğulları Romanında Anlam Arayışı. Ankara: Phoenix, 2003.

Stevens, Kristen. "Nobel in Hand, Pamuk Exits Political Stage." Turkish Daily News, December 11, 2006.

Stocke, Joy E. "The Melancholy Life of Orhan Pamuk." Wild River Review 1, no. 1 (2006).

Stokes, Martin. "Beloved Istanbul: Realism and the Transnational Imaginary in Turkish Popular Culture." In Mass Mediations: New Approaches to Popular Culture in the Middle East and Beyond, edited by Walter Armbrust, 224-42. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, 2000.

Stone, Judy. "Orhan Pamuk: 'Enigma Is Sovereign'." Publishers Weekly, December 19, 1994. 36-37.

Stone, Leonard. "Minarets and Plastic Bags: The Social and Global Relations of Orhan Pamuk." (Access to online version is restricted.) Turkish Studies 7, no. 2 (June 2006): 191-201.

Teuwsen, Peer. "Der Meistgehasste Türke." Tages-Anzeiger, February 5, 2005.

Thomas, D. M. "Crash." New York Times Book Review, April 6, 1997, 8.

[Traube, Rainer. "Orhan Pamuk: Winning the Nobel Prize Made Everything Political."Deutsche Welle, September 8, 2008. ]

"Turk Writer's Insult Trial Halted." BBC News, December 16, 2005.

Uluengin. Hadi. "Nobel konuşmasını Türkçe yapacağim" Hürriyet, November 24, 2006.

Updike, John. "Anatolian Arabesques." New Yorker, August 30, 2004, 98-99.

Updike, John. "Murder in Miniature: A Sixteenth-Century Detective Story Explores the Soul of Turkey." New Yorker, September 3, 2001, 92.

Updike, John. "Vagueness on Wheels, Dust on a Skirt." New Yorker, September 23, 1991, 102-5.

Viaje de Turquía (la odisea de Pedro de Urdemalas), Edited by Fernando Salinero, 46.

Wallace, Arminta. "Looking into the Soul of Istanbul." Irish Times, April 1, 1999

Wratislaw, Wenceslas. Adventures of Baron Wenceslas Wratislaw of Mitrowitz, Translated by A. H. Wratislaw. London: Bell and Daldy, 1862.

Wright, Ronald. "From a Breeze-Block Istanbul." Times Literary Supplement 4932 (October 10, 1997): 23.

Wroe, Nicholas. "Occidental Hero." Guardian, May 8, 2004.

Yılmaz, Melike. "A Translational Journey: Orhan Pamuk in English." Master's thesis, Boğaziçi University, 2004.

Zürcher. Erik J. Turkey: A Modern History. London: I. B. Tauris, 2003.

posted morning of Wednesday, June 25th, 2008
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The list books on Pamuk is informative.Please mail me more references.

posted morning of November 27th, 2009 by nisha

very informative, I like very much for studies. thanks a lot to all of this site persons.

posted morning of May 13th, 2016 by nawaz

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