Istanbul: Memories and the City - Chapters 9 through 12 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 9 through 12 Summary and Analysis

Chapter 9 is called Another House: Cihangir. Sometimes Pamuk's parents disappeared together, so his brother stayed with the other family members who lived in their apartment building while the author was taken to an aunt's home in another part of the city. The experience there was very different from his own home. He didn't feel that he was taken seriously and felt like he didn't belong. At one point, he mistakenly got the idea that the Turkish Prime Minister was his uncle, and this was the beginning of other wrong beliefs and assumptions that would continue into adulthood. His neighborhood was home to many actors in the Turkish film industry and because they usually played the same kinds of role over and over, those who played bad men would often be chased in the streets. Once a week, his aunt...

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