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In this poignant and moving sequel to THE STAR-FLOWER OF BOSPHORUS, Thodoris Papatheodorou takes his readers back to Istanbul in 1941. Panagiotis, a Greek living in the beautiful Turkish city, and Ferah, a young Turkish woman, fall in love during a time of political strife and cultural turmoil; during a time when history and its events make no discretions, consider no feelings or emotions, and carry each and everyone along in their path through time. A novel about man and woman, about love and loss, about people who are joined by love but separated by history…
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Publication date Jun 9, 2008
Series Greek literature
Age 18+
SKU 09107
Regular Price €12.77 Special Price €11.49
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The Author
THODORIS PAPATHEODOROU was born in Dikaia, Evros, and lives in Athens. He has published eleven novels for adults, one short story for young readers and two books for school children, while he has contributed to two short story collections. He also writes plays and film scripts. His novel THE SEVEN HEAVENS OF HAPPINESS received the Contemporary Greek Novel Award, while THE STARFLOWER OF BOSPORUS received the Best Commemoration Work Award 2003-2004 in the context of the 20th Pan-Hellenic Syposium of Poetry and Prose. His novel THE DAUGHTERS OF OBLIVION was nominated for the Readers’ Award - EKEVI [National Book Centre of Greece] in 2010.
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