The Concubine, the Princess, and the Teacher: Voices from the Ottoman Harem
University of Texas Press, 01 նոյ, 2008 թ. - 314 էջ
Three women who lived in the Ottoman imperial harem between 1876 and 1924 describe the lifeways of the imperial famly, dispelling Western stereotypes of harem debauchery.
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There is nothing as authentic or enticing as reading the first hand accounts of imperial women who lived in the harem of the Ottoman Empire. So much of what women were like at that time is gleaned ... Read full review
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Abdülaziz Abdülhamid II apartments began Beşiktaş born Bosphorus brother buried carriage ceremony Cevher Ağa Çırağan Palace coffee concubine Consort of Sultan Daughter of Sultan died Dolmabahçe Palace door dress duty Efendi entered entourage equerries father Fourth Consort girls gözde Hanım harem eunuchs High Hazinedar Holy Quran Hüseyin Avni Pasha Imperial Consort imperial family Imperial Harem Istanbul Kadın Kadınefendi Kemaleddin kiss kuruş Lady Mother Mahmud Mahmud II married master Mehmed memoir Mistress monarch Mosque Procession Murad Nakşifend night Noble Litter Ottoman Padishah palace service Papa Papa’s Pasha Perestû prayer Prince Hamid Prince Salâheddin Prince Ziyaeddin Prince’s Princess Fatma Princess Hadice Princess Mother Ramadan rank reign salon Senior Consort Senior Kalfa sent served sister Sultan Abdülaziz Sultan Abdülhamid Sultan Abdülmecid Sultan Aziz Sultan Hamid Sultan Murad Sultan Reşad temenna throne took Topkapı Palace tray bearers Turkish Ünsiyar Usta villa women Yıldız Palace young