My Father’s Song

My Father’s Song

The dreams of childhood: kids wearing jumpers, in which they overgrown, leaping over the wrecked wall, lads putting flowers behind their ears, beetles, the voices of women hanging wet clothes and swinging a basket down to their neighbors, local coffee houses that play Müslüm unceasingly in the background, authentic slices of life from Anatolia… In short, it is a book that embraces all of us.

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The dreams of childhood: kids wearing jumpers, in which they overgrown, leaping over the wrecked wall, lads putting flowers behind their ears, beetles, the voices of women hanging wet clothes and swinging a basket down to their neighbors, local coffee houses that play Müslüm unceasingly in the background, authentic slices of life from Anatolia… In short, it is a book that embraces all of us.

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