"Kezik Acar's story is not told with kettledrums and trumpets or on a highly dramatic level. The central stage of the novel is Duisburg. Quietly and almost incidentally, we hear about a fulfilled love in an Anatolian village community, in which we can imagine everything possible in our prejudices, such as forced marriage and violence in marriage, but not that two people find each other, who love each other deeply and passionately. And quite unlike typical romance novels, the story follows a different dramaturgy. The adventures do not exist before marriage, the adventures do not consist in two lovers finding each other. The story is that of a widow who draws strength for her whole life from her one and only love".
The Writing House
This Product was added to our catalogue on 15/02/2014.