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The Blagger's Guide To: Turkish Literature

Posted at 8:57AM Sunday 07 Apr 2013

The annual London Book Fair begins in a week's time, and this year the cultural market focus is on Turkey. It will be the largest single representation of contemporary Turkish writers and writing ever presented in the UK, and will give readers here a rare chance to meet the authors. Many Turkish writers are unknown in the English-speaking world, although they may be published in a dozen or more other languages.

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