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From the Publisher"In this imaginative and original study, devoted to the literature of
Turkish migrants in post-1989 Germany, Leslie Adelson shows how sociological as well as cultural generalizations about "the Turks" and
"the Turkish migrants" are caught in narratives exacerbating otherness.
She pleads for moving beyond the trope of migrant literature "caught between two worlds" to examine the "touching tales" of intertwinement,
affection and affiliation voiced in this new Turkish literature."—Seyla Benhabib, Yale University