Servants Of Shame

Nurettin Taşkesen

Servants Of Shame



Turkey is one of the most fascinating countries in the world. Its magnificent geography has aroused the appetite of invading forces throughout history, and as a result, we have never been able to rid ourselves of trouble. Our constant struggle with seven enemies is because of this. Turkey is also at a crossroads culturally. It is right in the middle of the East and West. Although we are oriented towards the West, we never abandon our Eastern identity. Üstün İnanç wrote the novel “Shameful Fellows” about these quests, contradictions, and confusion. In the novel, we follow the story of Füsun, an intellectual woman who searches for her identity and embraces the values she discovers. The master novelist, who presents “What Serpil Told” alongside “You Are Not Alone,” also shares Füsun’s life journey, the bitter and sweet events she experiences, in “Shameful Fellows.” The author draws attention to the quagmire that intellectuals who have fallen into different ideologies find themselves in the novel and provides solutions by showing them the right path to salvation. You will read Füsun’s journey from feminism to Islamic thought in one breath.

  • Publisher: Mihrabad Publishing
  • Type:Non-Fiction
  • Genre:Adult
  • Author(s):Nurettin Taşkesen
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  • Pages: 256
  • Size:13,5x21cm
  • Cover:Paperback
  • Barcode : 9786056667893
  • Original Name:Ayıp Uşakları
  • Original Language:Turkish

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