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by Yeshim Ternar

Author: Yeshim Ternar
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Vehicule Pr (August 1, 1994)
Pages: 180 pages
Category: Politics
Rating: 4.8
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The Book & the Veil book. The Book and The Veil takes the form of a dialogue between Ternar and. The Book and The Veil takes the form of a dialogue between Ternar and turn of the century English writer Grace Ellison who befriended the two sisters Zeyneb and Melek Hanoums in the Palace of Istanbul. Facing persecution by the sultan, the two sisters made their escape to the West where each made their own mark as writers.

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The Book and the Veil: Escape from an Istanbul Harem, by Yeshim Ternar. 180 pages, b&w photos, notes, bibliography. Montréal: Véhicule Press, 1994.

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The Book & The Veil is, indeed, an important.

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Yeshim Ternar's scientific contributions. The Book and the Veil" is an experimental ethnographic study that presents a feminist critique of Orientalist discourse as it relates to Istanbul at the turn of the twentieth century.

Facing persecution by the sultan, the two sisters made their escape to the West where each made their own mark as writers. Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserve. more). No current Talk conversations about this book.

13 Yeshim Ternar, The Book and the Veil: Escape from an Istanbul Harem, Vehicule Press, Montreal, 1994, p. 113. 14 Ibid. However, their transformation from political exile to harem escapee and the Orientalist imagery that drips from their pens might easily have been the work of Ellison simply reworking their letters and adding new ones of her own creation as needed.

Istanbul is already a city with international stature and has been from the first day it was founded," said Yeshim Ternar, the Turkish-born author of The Book and the Veil Escape from an Istanbul Harem. It has always been a nexus; a wonderful mix of everything that fuels culture. There is no other city in the whole world that disorients a traveller and where any effort at reorientation brings you somewhere you had never imagined was possible. For some it was high time the Middle East looked to Turkey for a fresh approach to solving the region's problems.

The Book and The Veil takes the form of a dialogue between Ternar and turn of the century English writer Grace Ellison who befriended the two sisters Zeyneb and Melek Hanoums in the Palace of Istanbul. Facing persecution by the sultan, the two sisters made their escape to the West where each made their own mark as writers.