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by Osman Sahin

eBook Tales From the Taurus download ISBN: 9756193492
Author: Osman Sahin
Publisher: Bogazici Universitesi Yayinevi (2017)
Language: English
Pages: 180
ePub: 1946 kb
Fb2: 1638 kb
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Home . Details for: Tales from the Taurus . By: Şahin, Osman, 1938-. Contributor(s): Efe Carpenter, Jean Boğaziçi Üniversitesi. Details for: Tales from the Taurus /. Normal view MARC view ISBD view. Material type: Bookİstanbul : Boğaziçi Üniversitesi, 2006Description: vi, 170 s. 13 c. ontent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9756193492. Subject(s): Türk hikayeleri - Toroslar Turkish story - Taurus. Tags from this library: No tags from this library for this title. Genel Koleksiyon, Main Collection.

Tales From The Taurus. Author: Şahin, Osman. Publisher: Bogazici Universitesi Yayinevi. Publication Date & Place: 2006, İstanbul. An anthology of thirteen stories by the Turkish author Osman Sahin, the 'last of the Yörüks', - as he styles himself - a direct descendent of the nomadic tribes that plied the region of the Taurus Mountains in what is today southern and southeastern Turkey. The collection offers the reader varied and vivid insights into the traditions and folklore of the region, brought to life through the stirring narrative and poetic descriptions of Sahin. 170 pp, pb, in English.

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Today I read Osman Şahin´s "Mahşer(Last Judgement). There are two short and one long story that includes 8 sub-stories. The title of the book is "Tales From The Taurus" You can get it if you want. Have a nice day. Note: Huma is also name of a legendary bird. When you look at the stories in general, you see a smooth and fabulous telling with great pastoral images. The long story(Last Judgement) that gave its name to book is reminding me "One Thousand And One Nights" tales. In this story the teller whose name is Huma was stuck in a cave with his dead husband and three bandits and she told folk tales to distract them because she could get raped.

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The book is gorgeously designed, the stories are evocative and mysterious, and every page of Tan's paintings - I can't bring myself to call them mere illustrations - commands long moments of study. - Cleveland Plain Dealer. Praise for The Bird King: An Artist's Notebook. He received the Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award in 2011 and won an Academy Award for the adaptation of his picture book The Lost Thing (from Lost & Found: Three by Shaun Tan). Shaun lives in Melbourne, Australia.

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An anthology of thirteen stories by the Turkish author Osman Sahin, the "last of the Yoruks", as he styles himself - a direct descendent of the nomadic tribes that plied the region of the Taurus Mountains in what is today southern and southeastern Turkey. The collection offers the reader varied and vivid insights into the traditions and folklore of the region, brought to life through the stirring narrative and poetic descriptions of Sahin.