The Time Regulation Institute: A Novel

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Turko-Tatar Press, 2001 - Fiction - 330 pages
Roman, der skildrer det gamle Istanbuls aristokrati, tehuse, fornemme eller beskedne moskeer og familierelationer, venskaber og spændingerne, der opstår i mødet mellem traditionelle livsmønstre og moderne tendenser fra Europa

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THE TIME REGULATION INSTITUTE

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A Turkish novel published more than 50 years ago is now translated into English for the first time.Tanpinar's style hearkens back to the great 18th-century English writers Laurence Sterne and Jonathan ... Read full review

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Spectacular Turkish modernist novel, with all the ingredients: ennui, noia, boredom, bourgeois desperation, Viennese psychoanalysis, Kafkaesque bureaucracy, paranoia about internationalization ... Read full review

Contents

Great Expectations
27
Towards Dawn O
171
Every Season Has An End P
305
Copyright

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