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Black Milk.On Motherhood and Writing
Black Milk is the affecting and beautifully written memoir on motherhood and writing by Turkey's bestselling female writer Elif Shafak, author of Honour, The Gaze and The Bastard of Istanbul which was long-listed for the Orange prize.


Postpartum depression affects millions of new mothers every year, and- like most of its victims- Elif Shafak never expected to be one of them.

But after the birth of her first child in 2006, the internationally bestselling Turkish author remembers how 'for the first time my adult life . . . words wouldn't speak to me'.

As her despair finally eased, Shafak sought to resuscitate her writing life by chronicling her own experiences.

In her intimate memoir, she reveals how she struggled to overcome her depression and how literature provided the salvation she so desperately needed.


'An intimate, affecting memoir . . . Her passion for literature is contagious, and her struggle with postpartum depression and writer's block reinforces how carefully all of us must tread. Beautifully rendered, Shafak's Black Milk is an epic poem to women everywhere' Colleen Mondor


Elif Shafak is the acclaimed author of The Bastard of Istanbul and The Forty Rules of Love and is the most widely read female novelist in Turkey. Her work has been translated into more than thirty languages. She is a contributor for the Telegraph, Guardian and the New York Times and her TED talk on the politics of fiction has received 500,000 viewers since July 2010. She is married with two children and divides her time between Istanbul and London.


18,00 AZN
 
Cemile
Cemile, a love story, is speaking out the struggle of the poor for survival and resistance. Orhan Kemal is telling the story of the naive love between a Bosnian girl, Cemile who is a worker and a poor clerk Necati, emphasizing the power of solidarity and friendship against the poverty and hostility. With his straightforward style, Orhan Kemal is portraying Cemile as a striking painting.

Cemile, is among his unforgettable works. Orhan tail's titles are amongst those rare treasures one encounters in life. Only a few other authors can impress and shape the reader like he does. Orhan Kemal shows us the way to gain hope and be optimistic again.
8,90 AZN
 
Face to Face
"When I stayed at the farm over the weekends, Zelha's grandfather used to gather his grandchildren and myself around him regaling us with his memeories. Not only did he tell us the stories but the embellished them with appropriate folk songs. We girls preferred the stories involving love and the boys liked the war epics. These incredible unknown details would explain why the Kurds and the Turks both stayed together and confronted esch other."Excerpt from Backcover
9,30 AZN
 
Prayer
Special Agent Gil Martins investigates domestic terrorism for the Houston FBI. He is a religious man who is close to losing his faith; the very nature of his job has led him to question the existence of a God who could allow the things that Gil sees every day.
But Gil's wife Ruth doesn't see things the same way and his crisis of faith provokes a fracture in their marriage. Gil's world is breaking apart.
At the same time, Gil starts to investigate a series of unexplained deaths that bring this crisis of faith into uncomfortable focus.
When Esther, a disturbed woman, informs Gil that these men have been killed by prayer, Gil questions her sanity. But as the evidence mounts up that there might be something in what she says, his new-found atheism is severely challenged, more so as he finds his own life is next on the line.
16,80 AZN
 
The Girl from the Golden Horn
Set in 1928, Kurban Said’s classic novel of thwarted love, exile, and desire explores the clash of values between conservative prewar Istanbul and decadent postwar Berlin, as well as the tensions between Muslims and Christians. Ultimately, it is the story of one girl’s choice between two worlds.

Asiadeh Anbara and her father, once members of the Turkish royal court, have fled the collapse of the Ottoman empire to start a new life in Berlin. Years earlier Asiadeh had been engaged to a Turkish prince, but now, under the spell of the West, the nineteen-year-old Muslim girl falls in love and marries a Viennese doctor, an “unbeliever.” When the prince reappears, Asiadeh finds herself torn between the marriage she made in good faith and the promise made long ago. Written in 1938 and now translated into English for the first time, The Girl from the Golden Horn is a suspenseful and strikingly beautiful novel that remains powerful and moving today.
7,80 AZN
 
İskender
Su hayatta insan en cok sevdiklerini acitir...En derin yaralar ailede acilir, kabuk tutsa bile kanar hikaye, icten ice... . Aski aramadan evvel, düsün bir, ya benden nasil bir asik olur? Insanin sevdasi karakterinin yansimasidir. Sen kavgaci isen, ha bire öfkeli, aski da bir cenk gibi yasarsin. Gönlü pak olanin sevgisi de saf olur. Su hayatta insan en cok sevdiklerini acitir. En derin yaralar...
13,50 AZN
 
Earthly Joys
From the author of 'Fallen Skies' and 'The Little House', this is the story of the Tradescants, father and son, who, despite being humble gardeners, lived at the very centre of English political life in the seventeenth century.

12,30 AZN
 
Van Rijn
Pieter Blaeu, a young publisher from a family of famous cartographers, meets the aged, destitute painter, Rembrandt van Rijn, on a tour of artists' studios in 1667, and is quickly enticed into his theatre of life through a strange mixture of admiration and repulsion. As Pieter delves into this s...
16,80 AZN
 
Ali and Nino
A LOVE STORY
10,30 AZN
 
     

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