She has met the works of Orhan Pamuk who is a Nobel Prize Literature winner in 2006, before starting her new life in California in 2002 with his book titled Snow. When she joins to the Turkish classes at the college as a guest student, White Castle which is Pamuk’s one of the notable works has made her first year in the state of California more enjoyable and interesting. It is a historical book described the seventeenth century Istanbul of the Ottoman Empire.
The book allows the reader to compare the divergence between worldviews of the East and the West. The pleasure of reading his aforementioned novel compelled her to read the other works of Pamuk: Hence she successively followed his writing adventures via his books titled My Name is Red, The New Life, Other Colors, The Museum of Innocence and Snapshots from the Life of Orhan Pamuk.
She especially is impressed by the books of Pamuk’s collected articles; the books included his opinions and understandings about things. These types of works involved the author’s views and ideas not only let readers to travel different zones of thoughts but also answer the questions of readers such as how to complete imperfections and how to supplement insufficient readings.
Taken as a whole, even though Orhan Pamuk is the most controversial Turkish author, he is accepted by a wide range of reader mass. He has well comprehended the perspectives of the East and the West; at least he enquires historical facts. The combination of complicated issues in his novels prepares readers an absorbing story.