Turkish author Cezmi ErsE[micro]z's 2001 book published in English.
Published this month by the ystanbul-based Ecitlembik Publications, the book was translated into English by Leyla TonguE* Basmacy.
The ystanbul-born ErsE[micro]z, 63, is among Turkey's most prolific and best-selling authors. His style, both in his poems and novels, is marked by a romantic but pessimistic outlook that often highlights the dark aspects of love and life.
Love and betrayal are the central themes in "Confessions of a Love Come Undone," a long-standing young-adult favorite among Turkish readers. The epistolary novel, set in modern-day ystanbul, follows the story of two lovers who are torn apart by their own mental demons.
The 144-page book is among works of Turkish literature that have been deemed worthy of support by the Ministry of Culture and Tourism as part of its long-running literary translation subvention program called TEDA. The paperback volume is priced TL 15. (Cihan/Todays Zaman) CyHAN
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|Date:||Jul 15, 2012|
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