Orhan Pamuk’s novels translated into 60 languages

Orhan Pamuk’s widely acclaimed novels Snow and My Name Is Red will be published in Kannada language by Peak Platform. With Kannada, Pamuk’s books will be translated into 60 languages including; English, French, German, Dutch, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, Finnish, Russian, Ukrainian, Estonian, Lithuanian, Latvian, Hungarian, Polish, Czech, Slovakian, Romanian, Bulgarian, Serbian, Albanian, Bosnian, Slovenian, Croatian, Macedonian, Greek, Italian, Spanish, Icelandic, Catalan, Galician, Basque, Portuguese (European), Portuguese (Brazilian), Castilian, Korean, Chinese, Taiwanese, Japanese, Thai, Indonesian, Vietnamese, Romani, Persian, Kurdish (Sorani), Kurdish (Kurmanji), Arabic, Hebrew, Armenian, Azerbaijani, Georgian, Uyghur, Malayalam, Tamil, Bengali, Hindi, Urdu, Marathi and Mongolian.

Pamuk had first met his international readers with the French translation of The Silent House, which was awarded “Prix de la découverte européene”.  Since then, his books have been sold in 60 languages with over 11 million copies.

According to Cecilia Tiberg’s article on Swedish broadcaster SVT’s website, Orhan Pamuk is the best-selling Nobel Prize winner author in Sweden. Pamuk’s books have broken a record and sold over 200 thousand copies after he won 2006 Nobel Prize for literature.

Yapı Kredi Culture and Art Publishing hosts an exhibition of photographs taken by Orhan Pamuk from his balcony of his home in Istanbul between the dates of December 2012 and April 2013. Curated by the famous German publisher Gerhard Steidl, “ORHAN PAMUK
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Orhan Pamuk accepts Honorary Doctorate from University of Crete.
Museum of Innocence gets Milan display from 19th of January till 24th of June 2018
After 2010 Nobel Prize winner Mario Vargas-Llosa (2015) and well-known Italian novelist Claudio Magris (2016), Orhan Pamuk receives 2017 Literary Flame Prize from Montenegro.
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Orhan Pamuk receives the Budapest Grand Prize on the opening day of the 24th Budapest International Book Festival in Budapest, Hungary on April 20, 2017
Pamuk’s stage adaptation of Snow by Blandine Savetier is on the tour in France.
Orhan Pamuk Accepts Honorary Doctorate From St. Petersburg University
January 2017 Orhan Pamuk receives doctorate from the Accademia di Bella Arti di Brera (Italy)
Orhan Pamuk receives "Milovan Vidaković Prize" in Serbia
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The Museum of Innocence received the European Museum of the Year Award.
I keep my radical thoughts to my novels
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Orhan Pamuk is awarded the 2012 Sonning Prize
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Museum of Innocence News
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Orhan Pamuk’s Nobel Speech
Horace Engdahl’s Nobel Prize announcement 2006
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