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The innocence of memories

Pamuk, Orhan, 1952-2018
Books, Manuscripts
The Innocence of Memories is an important addition to the oeuvre of Nobel Prize-winning author Orhan Pamuk. Comprised of the screenplay of the acclaimed film by Grant Gee from 2015 (by the same name), a transcript of the author and filmmaker in conversation, and captivating colour stills, it is an essential volume for understanding Pamuk's work. Drawing on the themes from Pamuk's best-selling books, The Museum of Innocence, Istanbul and The Black Book, this book is both an accompaniment to the author's previous publications and a wonderfully revelatory exploration of Orhan Pamuk's key ideas about art, love, and memory.
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The innocence of memories / by Orhan Pamuk ; translated by Ekin Oklap.
London : Faber & Faber, 2018.
x, 123 pages : illustrations (some colour) ; 22 cm.
Originally published in Turkey by Yapi Kredi Yayinlari in 2016.Translated from Turkish.
Machine generated contents note: Innocence of Memories (Screenplay) -- Novel, Museum, Film... -- Cukurcuma -- Beyond Nisantasi -- The East- West Novel -- The Changing Street -- The Transformation of Istanbul -- Aristotle and Time -- Proust and Conscious Remembrance -- Life-Happiness: The First and Last Sentences -- Collecting Objects -- Novel-Museum -- Istanbul in Old Films -- The Hilton Hotel in Istanbul -- Istanbul and Walking -- Art-Melancholy -- Dogs and the City -- Writing by Hand -- Cigarettes and Suggestive Hand Gestures -- On Fusun -- Art-Literature: Am I Kemal? -- Visiting the Museum.
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