?From the great beyond into the present? ? an interview with Jo Lendle

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from 10.04.2006

Berliner Zeitung: Frau Kelek, you have been accused of distorting and sensationalising Turkish immigrants in your books. What do you say to that?



Necla Kelek. Photo © Lebeck, courtesy Kiepenheuer & Witsch Verlag.

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