Turkish Reflections: A Biography of a Place
After a twenty-year absence, Mary Lee Settle returns to the land she calls the happiest home she has ever known. A land of intersecting continents, cultures, and contradictions, Turkey beckons her on a cross-country journey, in search of the country's soul--a personal odyssey into history, legend, rumor, and myth. Excerpts appearing in Traveler, The New York Times Magazine and Travel and Leisure.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - janglen - LibraryThing
This is both informative and entertaining. It gives a real sense of present day Turkey and acts as a great introductory history to its convoluted past. Read full review
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Everyone, it seems, wanted a piece of this superior travelogue by the National Book Award-winning author of Blood Tie, The Beulah Quintet, and Celebration—which is why parts of it are slated to run ... Read full review