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    Review ------ "Very readable...includes interesting information about Pamuk, reflections of himself in his books, the intertextual dialogues between his books, references to Western literature in Pamuk's works, and the impact of the translator and the importance of translation."--Roberta Metcalf, Boston University -Very readable...includes interesting information about Pamuk, reflections of himself in his books, the intertextual dialogues between his books, references to Western literature in Pamuk's works, and the impact of the translator and the importance of translation.---Roberta Metcalf, Boston University "Very readable...includes interesting information about Pamuk, reflections of himself in his books, the intertextual dialogues between his books, references to Western literature in Pamuk s works, and the impact of the translator and the importance of translation." Roberta Metcalf, Boston University" About the Author ---------------- Michael McGaha is the Yale B. and Lucille D. Griffith Professor of Modern Languages Emeritus at Pomona College. He has published fourteen previous books, including Coat of Many Cultures: The Story of Joseph in Spanish Literature, 1200-1492.
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