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( Tales from the Expat Harem: Foreign Women in Modern Turkey Turkish: ) is a nonfiction Türkçe Sevmek anthology by 32 expatriate women about their lives in modern Turkey, published by Seal Press in North America (2006, ISBN 1-58005-155-3) and Doğan Kitap in Turkey (2005, ISBN 975-293-381-5 Turkish edition, ISBN 975-293-372-6 English edition).
Anastasia M. Ashman and Jennifer Eaton Gökmen, two American writers based in Istanbul, it was an English language #1 national bestseller in Turkey in January 2006 . Its Turkish edition, , contains a foreword written by the Turkish novelist Türkçe Sevmek: Türkiye'de Yaşayan Yabancı Kadınların Gözüyle Türkler Elif Shafak.
In May 2008, the book and its editors were featured on
NBC's , on its occasional travel segment Today Where in the World is Matt Lauer? [1 ]
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Ana Carolina Fletes
Anastasia M. Ashman
Jennifer Eaton Gokmen Pat Yale
Annie Prior Ozsarac
Rhonda Vander Sluis
Catherine Salter Bayar
Susan Fleming Holm
Kathleen Hamilton Gundogdu
Maria Yarbrough Orhon
Wendy J. Fox
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