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Pamuk's Second Novel Gets First Look In English

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Turkish novelist Orhan Pamuk's 1983 novel Silent House is being released in English for the first time this week. All Things Considered host Robert Siegel talks with the Nobel Laureate about what took so long to get the book translated and how he's changed as a writer since it was first published in Turkish nearly 30 years ago.
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