Tilkidom and the Ottoman Empire the Letters of Gerald Fitzmaurice to George Lloyd, 1906-1915
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Temin süremiz 1 - 3 iş günü
1906, 9 September "I'm off to town to hang around the Council of Ministers" 13 September "Elchi's dovecot has been fairly fluttered" 23 September "Rottenness and flabbiness ... has grown around the nation's heart" 29 September "Theoretical ravings ... [about] ... home life" 1907, 1 February "Chok-chok lonely oldum since the two tilkis left" 4 February "1906-7 has been a red-letter year to me ... I had fallen and you saved me" 27 February "I often feel very very lonely and miss much" 12 March "Get photo'ed and send me one to see what a biyikli Yavri looks like" 11 May "Turks are more reliable than some British Ambassadors" 20 May "You will be sorry to learn that poor Onik Effendi died rather suddenly last week" 21 June "Condemned to everlasting waiting at the everlasting Porte" 15 July "And, Tilki, let me tell you a dead secret" 15 August "I met Miss Bell and was delighted tho' somewhat timid and humble" 5 November "I went to St Sophia the night of Power ... I felt the throb of Islam more than I ever did before" 26 November "The beast must go" 8 December "I may get into A.H.'s political harem yet" 21 December "In an autocratic country like this being sound at the core or in the fish's head matters more" Glossary of Turkish words, abbreviations, and private words and phrases used in the letters and end matter, List of persons mentioned in the letters, List of works cited, Index