Pin on Books Worth ReadingNermin Bezmen's novel about her grandfather, a Crimean soldier, during the Russian Revolution, was published in Turkey several years ago and eventually became the basis of the popular Netflix series, Kurt Seyit ve Sura. After much urging by English speaking fans of the series, Nermin published her book again.. And it is called Kurt Seyt and Shura. Nermin who lives in New Jersey, has started a book tour and Willow and Thatch , the period drama blog, was part of that tour. We found this excellent author's interview with Nermin where she answers readers' questions about the true story of her grandfather, Kurt Seyit.
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Kurt Seyt & Shura
It is not a direct adaptation of Kurt Seyt ve Murka which is the second novel in the series, nor of Shura which is the third novel. Nermin Bezmen, the writer of the novel is the granddaughter of Kurt Seyit. The show, Seyit ve Sura is based on a true story where a handsome army major falls in love with a Russian girl. It is the journey of their love. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources.
Set during WWI in St. Their relationship deals with meddlesome friends, disapproving families, Bolshevik revolutionaries, and total upheaval of their lives during the revolution. Second, here is a list of suggested reading based on various parts of the TV show. Author Nermin Bezmen used her own family history as her framework for the story, which she originally published as a book in Be sure to check the translation language!
To help keep this site running: Willow and Thatch may receive a commission when you click on any of the links on our site and make a purchase after doing so. Welcome, Nermin! Nermin Bezmen: Thank you for giving me the chance to share my thoughts with your readers. Thank you for answering the following questions submitted by our readers, and to Tolga Savaci, who played the character Yahya Bey in the period drama, and answers a question as well. Reader question: I saw the series on Netflix and I am currently reading the book.
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Petersburg then Petrograd and takes the viewer on a tumultuous journey to Alushta, Crimea all the way to British-occupied Istanbul. A few episodes in, I was already hooked and had to know more about this story. After finishing the series, I managed to correspond with Nermin Bezmen regarding this wonderful story. Nermin Bezmen: Since my childhood my goal in life was about not going to live and die like a savannah grass but become somebody who would leave a positive trace behind. Imagination has always been my wings and designs, colours and words my friends to fly away from the harshness of reality. Being a very passionate, sentimental and refined detail craving person in life, every aspect of lived past, living present and dreamed future is in my interest area. I always loved learning, trying, challenging my self with new projects sometimes just to see how far I could go and how perfect I could be in the new adventure… the goal leaving a trace behind.