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There is dark Necla at the counter stirring sugar cubes into her tea and spinning spools of hair around one finger.
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It seems almost like there is a silent struggle between old world values and modem views, much like the struggle between Aydan's traditional way of life and the bolder perhaps even slightly revolutionary way of thinking that invades the minds of Necla and Nihal, who believe that such snobbery is dated and out of fashion.
Sonay Aldirmaz(1), Esra Yucel (1), Ayca Kiykim(2), Haluk Cokugras(1), Necla Akcakaya(1), Yildiz Camcioglu (1)
For the next three and a half hours, we will be on a philosophical/psychological journey in this ancient setting with the protagonist, an actor-cum-landowner-cum-writer named Aydin, and his entourage, his beautiful young wife Nihal and his sister Necla, recently divorced.
I am most grateful to Professor Necla Tschirgi for advising me on some of the pertinent literature in this field.
The author would like to thank Henk-Jan Brinkman, Frauke de Weijer, and Necla Tschirgi for their insightful comments on the manuscript.
This phenomenon becomes even more evident in the realm of bestselling autobiographies such as Die fremde Braut (The foreign bride) by Necla Kelek.
La escritora germano-turca Necla Kelek declaro: <<Alguien me pregunto en cierta ocasion si consideraba a Alemania mi patria.
The well-known Turkish-German writer Necla Kelek reports on Muslim families in Europe who, supported by the native taxpayers, live totally separate from the native population.