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He was just ending his sixth e-book of nonfiction, A Book About Spies for the Curious. A week earlier, he had resigned from his job as editor of the Hürriyet Daily News, the English-language arm of Hürriyet, considered one of Turkey’s largest and most important dailies. “At least we experienced what it meant to be a journalist,” Yetkin mentioned. “I feel sorry for these young people who couldn't and can't.” Hürriyet was one of the many Turkish newspapers just lately purchased and summarily dismantled by probably the most distinguished household in Turkish media, the Demirörens. The Online Bibliography of Ottoman-Turkish Literature, a free and in depth database of references to theses, books, articles, papers and initiatives relating to research into Ottoman-Turkish tradition. Please visit

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