Halide Nusret Zorlutuna
Halide Nusret Zorlutuna (1901 – 10 June 1984) was a Turkish poet and novelist.
Zorlutuna was born in Istanbul, Ottoman Empire as the daughter of Mehmet Selim Bey, a journalist and political prisoner. Brought up in exile with her father, she later married and travelled with an army officer. A teacher of Turkish literature in schools, she took part in movements for the rights of women and children.
- Geceden Taşan Dertler (Sorrow Flooding Off Night, 1930)
- Yayla Türküsü (Song of the Plateau, 1943)
- Yurdumun Dört Bucağı (Every Place of My Country, 1950)
- Ellerim Bomboş (My Hands Are Empty, 1967).
- Küller (Ashes, 1921)
- Sisli Geceler (Misty Nights, 1922)
- Gülün Babası Kim (Who is the Father of Rose, 1933)
- Büyükanne (Grandmother, 1971)
- Aydınlık Kapı (The Bright Gate, 1974)
- Aşk ve Zafer (The Love and the Victory, 1978)
- Bir Devrin Romanı (Novel of an Age, 2004).
- Short stories
- Beyaz Selvi (The White Cypress, 1945).
- Hanım Mektupları (Lady Letters, 1923).
- Benim Küçük Dostlarım (My Little Friends, 1977).
- Biyografi.net - Biography of Halide Nusret Zorlutuna (Turkish)
- Republic of Turkey - Ministry of Culture and Tourism
- Works by Halide Nusret Zorlutuna at Open Library
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