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"In 2015, the Nobel Prize-winning author pamuk'>Orhan Pamuk gave a talk on the future of museums in Milan. It was essentially a manifesto, and the long and short of it was that he felt that the home is our default museum," says art curator Farah Siddiqui Khan.

“From tiny experiences we build cathedrals.” —Orhan Pamuk

Happy 68th birthday pamuk'>Orhan Pamuk. Turkish author Pamuk, born on 7 June 1952 in Istanbul, was awarded the 2006 Literature Prize with the motivation: "who in the quest for the melancholic soul of his native city has discovered new symbols for the clash and interlacing of cultures."

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“A novelist impresses us not by his demonic and romantic vision, but by his patience.” —Orhan Pamuk

In Opinion "Throughout human and literary history what makes pandemics alike is not mere commonality of germs and viruses but that our initial responses were always the same," writes pamuk'>Orhan Pamuk.

"The initial response to the outbreak of a pandemic has always been denial. National and local governments have always been late to respond and distorted facts and manipulate figures to deny the existence of the outbreak," says pamuk'>Orhan Pamuk.

👇Some thoughtful observations in this pamuk'>Orhan Pamuk essay on plagues, past and present. #COVID19 

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'I read a book one day and my whole life was changed.' pamuk'>Orhan Pamuk#WednesdayWisdom 

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Celebrating #MotherLanguageDay ! Did you know the #NobelPrize  in Literature has been awarded to laureates writing in a total of 25 different languages including Bengali, Hungarian and Turkish, the native language of pamuk'>Nobel Laureate Orhan Pamuk, whose manuscript is pictured here.

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Here's the manifesto: Fight for Europe – or the wreckers will destroy it | Bernard-Henri Lévy, Milan Kundera, Salman Rushdie, Elfriede Jelinek and Orhan Pamuk

"We have to fight against scientific truths vanishing." pamuk'>Literature Laureate Orhan Pamuk questions the nature of truth today.

Happy 67th birthday pamuk'>Orhan Pamuk! Turkish author Pamuk, born on 7 June 1952 in Istanbul, was awarded the 2006 Literature Prize with the motivation: "who in the quest for the melancholic soul of his native city has discovered new symbols for the clash and interlacing of cultures".

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Celebrating #MotherLanguageDay ! Did you know the #NobelPrize  in Literature has been awarded to Laureates writing in a total of 25 different languages including Bengali, Hungarian and Turkish, the native language of pamuk'>Orhan Pamuk, whose manuscript is pictured here.

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"We have to fight against scientific truths vanishing." pamuk'>Literature Laureate Orhan Pamuk questions the nature of truth today.

#JNURow : 86 academicians including Noam Chomsky, pamuk'>Orhan Pamuk extend support to students

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