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The Year Is 1992. Ka, A Poet And Political Exile, Returns To Turkey As A Journalist, Assigned To Investigate Troubling Reports Of Suicide In The Small And Mysterious City Of Kars On The Turkish Border. The Snow Is Falling Fast As He Arrives, And Soon All Roads Are Closed. Theres A Suicide Epidemic Amongst Young Religious Women Forbidden To Wear Their Headscarves. Islamis The Year Is 1992. Ka, A Poet And Political Exile, Returns To Turkey As A Journalist, Assigned To Investigate Troubling Reports Of Suicide In The Small And Mysterious City Of Kars On The Turkish Border. The Snow Is Falling Fast As He Arrives, And Soon All Roads Are Closed. Theres A Suicide Epidemic Amongst Young Religious Women Forbidden To Wear Their Headscarves. Islamists Are Poised To Win The Local Elections And Ka Is Falling In Love With The Beautiful And Radiant Ipek, Now Recently Divorced. Amid Blanketing Snowfall And Universal Suspicion, He Finds Himself Pursued By Terrorism In A City Wasting Away Under The Shadow Of Europe. In The Midst Of Growing Religious And Political Violence, The Stage Is Set For A Terrible And Desperate Act . . . Touching, Slyly Comic, And Humming With Cerebral Suspense, Snow Evokes The Spiritual Fragility Of The Non-Western World, Its Ambivalence About The Godless West, And Its Fury.

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The Year Is 1992. Ka, A Poet And Political Exile, Returns To Turkey As A Journalist, Assigned To Investigate Troubling Reports Of Suicide In The Small And Mysterious City Of Kars On The Turkish Border. The Snow Is Falling Fast As He Arrives, And Soon All Roads Are Closed. Theres A Suicide Epidemic Amongst Young Religious Women Forbidden To Wear Their Headscarves. Islamis The Year Is 1992. Ka, A Poet And Political Exile, Returns To Turkey As A Journalist, Assigned To Investigate Troubling Reports Of Suicide In The Small And Mysterious City Of Kars On The Turkish Border. The Snow Is Falling Fast As He Arrives, And Soon All Roads Are Closed. Theres A Suicide Epidemic Amongst Young Religious Women Forbidden To Wear Their Headscarves. Islamists Are Poised To Win The Local Elections And Ka Is Falling In Love With The Beautiful And Radiant Ipek, Now Recently Divorced. Amid Blanketing Snowfall And Universal Suspicion, He Finds Himself Pursued By Terrorism In A City Wasting Away Under The Shadow Of Europe. In The Midst Of Growing Religious And Political Violence, The Stage Is Set For A Terrible And Desperate Act . . . Touching, Slyly Comic, And Humming With Cerebral Suspense, Snow Evokes The Spiritual Fragility Of The Non-Western World, Its Ambivalence About The Godless West, And Its Fury.
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Title Snow Height 198 mm
Orhan Pamuk Width 129 mm
ISBN-13 9780571218318 Binding PAPERBACK
ISBN-10 0571218318 Spine Width 24 mm
Publisher Penguin Books Pages 448
Edition Availability In Stock

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