An anthology of narrative essays about the religious conflicts, family traditions, and customs of Turkey throughout the past four decades is written by thirty-two women expatriates who established lives in the region for work, love, or adventure. Reprint.Foreign Women in Modern Turkey Jennifer Eaton GApkmen Anastasia M. Ashman. of Sadik, the eldest son in the family ... I repeat the instructions; my fear of doing something wrong is slightly irrational. Perhaps I am the only one who expects I ... Arzu, arrives with three-year-old Dogukan, who clutches toy 182 Catherine Yigit.
|Title||:||Tales from the Expat Harem|
|Author||:||Jennifer Eaton Gökmen|
|Publisher||:||Seal Press - 2006|