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Beyond the Orchard describes the trials and tribulations of building a house and starting a new life in a tiny Turkish village, she, an Englishwoman, and he, an Ottoman prince from the Osmanli dynasty, whose members had been exiled upon the founding of the Turkish Republic in 1923. The descriptions of her adventures and the people she meets are sympathetic, yet hilarious fun. Accompanying descriptive drawings add interest and detail.
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About the Author
Azize Ethem, who writes a regular columnVillage Voices for Cornucopia Magazine was born in England before moving to New Zealand with her family. She and her husband Selim now live on a farmlet just outside Iznik, the ancient city of Nicaea. The accompanying black and white ink line drawings are the work of American freelance artist, Trici Venola.