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Yaşar Kemal, 1922 or 1923-2015

LC control no.n 79106138
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LC classificationPL248.Y275
Personal name headingYaşar Kemal, 1922 or 1923-2015
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Variant(s)Kemal, Yaşar, 1922 or 1923-2015
Göğceli, Yaşar Kemal, 1922 or 1923-2015
Yashar Kemal, 1922 or 1923-2015
Kemal, Yachar, 1922 or 1923-2015
Yachar Kemal, 1922 or 1923-2015
Kemal, Yashar, 1922 or 1923-2015
Gökçeli, Kemal Sadık, 1922 or 1923-2015
Kemal Sadık, 1922 or 1923-2015
ياشار كمال
Birth date[1922,1923]
Death date20150228
Place of birthHemite (Turkey)
Place of deathIstanbul (Turkey)
Profession or occupationAuthors
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Found inAuthor's Ince Memed, 1958.
His Entretiens avec Alain Bosquet, c1992: t.p. (Yachar Kemal)
Anatolian tales, c1968: (Yashar Kemal)
Memed my Hawk, c1961: (Yashar Kemal)
Röportaj yazarlığında 60 yıl, 2011: t.p. (Yaşar Kemal) unnumbered prel. p. (original name: Kemal Sadık Gökçeli; b. 1926 in Hemite village, Osmaniye, Adana; family originally from Ernis (Günseli) village near Van in Eastern Turkey)
New York times (online), viewed Mar. 3, 2015 (in obituary published Feb. 28: Yasar Kemal; b. Kemal Sadik Gokceli, Hemite (now Gokcedam), southern Turkey; d. Saturday [Feb. 28, 2015], Istanbul; his age was uncertain, because no one kept records in the isolated village where he grew up, but he was born in 1922 or 1923; Anadolu reported his age as 92, but other news agencies said he was 91; master storyteller who repeatedly clashed with the Turkish state while emerging as his country's first novelist of global stature)
Guardian (online), viewed Mar. 3, 2015 (Yaşar Kemal; b. Oct. 6, 1923, Hemite (now renamed Gökçedam); named Kemal Sadık, after his father; in 1934 the family took the surname of Gökçeli; in 1951 he went to Istanbul, was given a job as a reporter on the Cumhuriyet newspaper, and adopted the pen name of Yaşar Kemal; d. Feb. 28, 2015; Turkish writer best known for his novel Memed, my hawk)
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