İbrahim Zeki Burdurlu, a prolific writer of anthologies, local tales and legends relates us with his masterful pen the local stories he heard as a child as well as his own experiences. His voice comes from a poor, difficult childhood in the 50’s: It is an unknown world to the children of today. Still, social contradictions, discrimination, inequality as well as friendship, love and companionship are present today as well as in the stories of Burdurlu.
This collection of sensitive, friendly memories comes in two volumes. Children will read these warm and sincere stories in one go.
Short stories, 2005, Tudem, 112 pages
Themes: Childhood and teenage,
feelings, adventure, remembering
Written ByİBRAHİM ZEKİ BURDURLU
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