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The narrator observes through the window of her apartment. There are cities: Berlin, Amsterdam, Istanbul. Or a theatre.
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A train full of guest workers. The living room of an old man. The narrator is standing in the kitchen, on the phone, and watching life in the courtyard happen in her mirror. The mirror also holds all the dead.
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At the time 's , Istanbul is fraught with unrest. Her most recent work of prose, , is also her first prose to be written in Turkish. My favourite place is to sit on the train between the countries. The train is a beautiful home.
One is a guest and sits there; the other one works. Und auf die Frage: Was passiert dabei mit der Sprache?
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And I thought of the question: What happens to language then? This, however, came to an end with the Turkish military putsch of From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Archived from the original on Retrieved Women writers and National Identity. Campridge: Cambridge University Press. Adelson, Leslie A. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
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