The bridge of the golden horn by emine sevgi ozdamar translated by martin chalmers 258pp serpents tail gbp1099 in a foreword to this novel john berger says the authors voice changes age . The bridge of the golden horn is a witty picaresque account of a precocious teenager refusing to become wise and the story of a young woman who is obsessed with theater poetry and left wing politics emine sevgi ozdamar was born in turkey and now lives in berlin where she has directed in the theater and written plays. Die brucke vom goldenen horn the bridge of the golden horn 1998 this autobiographical novel which covers the decade from 1966 to 1975 is divided into two parts part one begins in 1966 as the unnamed sixteen year old narrator moves from istanbul to west berlin. The bridge of the golden horn is a witty picaresque account of a precocious teenager refusing to become wise of a hectic four lying about her age she gets work on an assembly line in west berlin making radios and lives in a womens factory hostel
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