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Reşat Nuri Güntekin

Turkish writer

Died when: 67 years 18 days (804 months)
Star Sign: Sagittarius

 

Reşat Nuri Güntekin

Resat Nuri Güntekin (Turkish pronunciation: [?e'?at nu?'?i ?ynte'cin]) (25 November 1889 – 7 December 1956) was a Turkish novelist, storywriter, and playwright.

His best known novel, Çalikusu ("The Wren", 1922) is about the destiny of a young Turkish female teacher in Anatolia.This work is translated into Persian by Seyyed Borhan Ghandili.

His other significant novels include ("From the Lips to the Heart", 1925), and Yaprak Dökümü ("The Fall of Leaves", 1930).

Many of his novels have been adapted to cinema and television.Because he visited Anatolia with his duty as an inspector, he knew Anatolian people closely.

In his works he dealt with life and social problems in Anatolia; reflects people in the human-environment relationship.


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