Harem

“Harem“ is a romantic historical novel set in Topkapi Palace of the Ottoman empire, written by Benjamin Franklin Award-winning author Asli Sancar. It is an epic story of adventure that makes for a true Turkish delight. Weaving together the tales of an Ottoman princess and a young girl in the Ottoman harem, they travel through joy and hardship, overcome adversity and discover their true selves. More

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Published by Timas Yayin Grubu
Published: Jan. 24, 2011
Words: 59,410
Language: English
ISBN: 9786051144115
About Asli Sancar

Born and raised in the USA, Aslı Sancar graduated from Ohio State University with a major in English Literature. In 1978, their third child was born in Ankara. Having moved to Istanbul in 1984, Sancar began writing articles on women and the family for the newly published ‘Kadın ve Aile’ magazine. In 1986 she wrote a small book about her journey to Islam, entitled 'Islam'ın Işığına Uyanmak'. Sancar eventually wrote another book entitled, 'Osmanlı Toplumunda Kadın ve Aile.' which was published in 1999.
Wishing to share her findings on Ottoman women in English, Sancar wrote ‘Ottoman Women: Myth and Reality’. Her book won the 2008 Benjamin Franklin Award in the politics/history category given by the IBPA, the largest association of independent book publishers in America. In March, 2009, Sancar's book was published in Turkish under the title, 'Osmanlı Kadını: Esfane ve Gerçek’.

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