I, Anatolia and Other Plays
Talāt Sait Halman, Jayne L. Warner
Syracuse University Press, 2008 - Drama - 371 pages
Since the middle of the 20th century, Turkish playwriting has been notable for its verve and versatility. This two-volume anthology is the first major collection of modern Turkish plays in English, with subjects ranging from ancient Anatolian mythology and Ottoman history to contemporary social issues, and ribald comedy.
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