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Rot ist mein Name - My Name Is Red

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Man schreibt das Jahr 1591, Istanbul ist vom Schnee bedeckt. Ein Toter spricht zu uns aus der Tiefe eines Brunnens. Er kennt seinen Mörder, und er kennt auch die Ursache für den Mord: ein Komplott gegen das gesamte Osmanische Reich, seine Religion, seine Kultur, seine Tradition. Darin verwickelt sind die Miniaturenmaler, die beauftragt sind, für den Sultan zehn Buchblätter zu malen, ein Liebender und der Mörder, der den Leser bis zum Schluß zum Narren hält. Ein spannender Roman, der, als historischer Krimi verkleidet, immer wieder auch auf die gegenwärtige Spannung zwischen Orient und Okzident verweist


It is the year 1591, Istanbul is covered with snow. One dead speak to us from the bottom of the well. He knows his killer, and he also knows the cause of the murder: a plot against the entire Ottoman Empire, its religion, its culture, its traditions. This involved the miniaturist who are commissioned to paint ten Buchenblätter for the Sultan, a lover and the murderer who keeps the reader to the end for a fool. An exciting novel, which, disguised as a historical thriller, always also refers to the current tension between East and West

Item details

Author(s):
Pamuk, Orhan
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
2007
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-13:
9783866155022
Number of pages:
583
Publisher:
Süddeutsche Zeitung

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Man schreibt das Jahr 1591, Istanbul ist vom Schnee bedeckt. Ein Toter spricht zu uns aus der Tiefe eines Brunnens. Er kennt seinen Mörder, und er kennt auch die Ursache für den Mord: ein Komplott gegen das gesamte Osmanische Reich, seine Religion, seine Kultur, seine Tradition. Darin verwickelt sind die Miniaturenmaler, die beauftragt sind, für den Sultan zehn Buchblätter zu malen, ein Liebender und der Mörder, der den Leser bis zum Schluß zum Narren hält. Ein spannender Roman, der, als historischer Krimi verkleidet, immer wieder auch auf die gegenwärtige Spannung zwischen Orient und Okzident verweist


It is the year 1591, Istanbul is covered with snow. One dead speak to us from the bottom of the well. He knows his killer, and he also knows the cause of the murder: a plot against the entire Ottoman Empire, its religion, its culture, its traditions. This involved the miniaturist who are commissioned to paint ten Buchenblätter for the Sultan, a lover and the murderer who keeps the reader to the end for a fool. An exciting novel, which, disguised as a historical thriller, always also refers to the current tension between East and West

Author(s):
Pamuk, Orhan
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
2007
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-13:
9783866155022
Number of pages:
583
Publisher:
Süddeutsche Zeitung

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