The Black Book (1990 novel) - I Am Not a Mental Case, Just One of Your Loyal Readers - Not the Storyteller, the Story Summary & Analysis

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Galip wakes up after sleeping for the first time in a couple days in “I Am Not a Mental Case, Just One of Your Loyal Readers.” He receives a phone call, this time from a woman. The woman, Emine, reveals that she is Jelal’s former lover. She believes that Jelal was calling out to her in his articles, so she left her husband, Mehmet, for him. Galip explains that the articles she thought were calling to her were republished from twenty years ago, and that there was no intention to send her a message. The woman begs to meet with him, but before he can give the address, she reveals her husband is listening in. The phone is ripped away from the woman, and Mehmet, the...

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