Turkish writer Orhan Pamuk, who won Turkey's first Nobel Prize in 2006, has revealed that his new book will be published on December 9.
Istanbul native Pamuk's latest work 'A Strangeness In My Mind' ("Kafamda Bir Tuhaflık Var" in Turkish) will be published in Turkish after a six-year break since his last novel, it was revealed on Monday.
Yapi Kredi Publishing also released a video in which Pamuk tells the story of his 480-page book.
"'Kafamda Bir Tuhaflık' is both an epic and a modern love story. I spent six years with the protagonist, Mevlüt, in my mind," Pamuk says.
"He sells boza - a popular fermented beverage in Turkey - on Istanbul's streets between 1969 and 2012.""The novel tells the story of the city's development, newcomers ... and the daily life of Istanbul," the 62-year-old novelist says.
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