Orhan Pamuk in 2009.

Nobel Prize winner Orhan Pamuk (born June 7, 1952 in Istanbul) is a Turkish author and a professor of comparative literature. He was the first Turkish person to receive the Nobel Prize (2006).



  • Cevdet Bey and his Sons (1982)
  • The Silent House (1983)
  • The White Caste (1985)
  • The Black Book (1990)
  • The New Life (1995)
  • My Name is Red (1998)
  • Snow (2002)
  • The Museum of Innocence (2008)
  • A Strangeness in Mind (2014)
  • The Red-Haired Woman (20160


  • Other Colors: Essays and a Story (1999)
  • Istanbul: Memories and the City (2003)
  • My Father's Suitcase (2007)
  • Manzaradan Parçalar (2010)
  • The native and the Sentimental Novelist (2011)
  • The Innocence of Objects (2012)


  • The Secret Face (1992)

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