Cultural Horizons Vols I & Ii
Jayne L. Warner, Talât Sait Halman
Syracuse University Press, 2001 - History - 824 pages
An expansive tribute to the life and achievements of this internationally renowned Turkish scholar and culturalist Cultural Horizons recognizes the extraordinary achievements of Talat Sait Halman throughout his multifaceted career as Turkey's Minister of Culture, Ambassador for Cultural Affairs, professor, poet, translator, literary author and critic, newspaper columnist, and public speaker. Seventy-two distinguished scholars, journalists, translators, and creative writers from around the world have written for this work. Contributions include poetry, essays, a play, and articles.
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INTRODUCTION There Are a Thousand Paths for the Intellect by Jayne L Warner
GİRİŞ Aklın Yolu Bindir by Jayne L Warner
Doğan Hızlan Çok Yönlü Kültür Adamı Talat S Halman
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