Madonna in a Fur Coat

De (autor) Traducere de Maureen Freely, Alexander Dawe
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Now in paperback, this is a Turkish classic first published in 1943. It follows the story of a young man who leaves his home in rural Turkey to learn a trade and discover life in 1920s Berlin.

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ISBN-13: 9780241293850
ISBN-10: 0241293855
Pagini: 176
Dimensiuni: 129 x 198 x 13 mm
Greutate: 0.17 kg
Editura: Penguin Books
Colecția Penguin Classics
Locul publicării: London, United Kingdom

Notă biografică

Sabahattin Ali (Author)
Sabahattin Ali was born in 1907 in the Ottoman town of Egridere (now Ardino in southern Bulgaria) and was killed on the Bulgarian border in 1948 as he attempted to leave Turkey. A teacher, writer, and journalist, he owned and edited a popular weekly newspaper called Marko Pasa and was imprisoned twice for his political views.


A heart-breaker . . . it has the kind of indefinably powerful impact of The Great Gatsby
'Moving and memorable, full of yearning and melancholy ... reading it is like taking a literary minibreak.
A poignant coming-of-age tale, drenched in disillusionment. The gap between hope and reality, art and ordinary life, has been explored in many other novels, but rarely with the unaffected simplicity of Madonna in a Fur Coat.
A gorgeously melancholic romance . . . a cautionary tale certain to beguile
A tale of young love and disenchantment, of missed opportunities and passion's elusive, flickering flame . . . reminiscent of Turgenev's First Love, with a hero every bit as gauche, and a twist every bit as bitter
Recreates a vanished era and dramatises a doomed relationship, and does so with verve, depth and poignancy. A miniature masterpiece.