Summary

"The Fragrant Lady" is a tale that brings to life the recollections of an old gentleman in the back seat of Yalcin's cab. The man tells of the time he spent with an enviable French woman named Floré during the silver age of Istanbul. His too-good-to-be-true story unravels with rich illustrations by Ergün Gündüz, which are throwbacks to the days of urban glamor in Beyoglu, in stark contrast with the current state of the district.

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V1 Taxi Tales

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"The Fragrant Lady" is a tale that brings to life the recollections of an old gentleman in the back seat of Yalcin's cab. The man tells of the time he spent with an enviable French woman named Floré during the silver age of Istanbul. His too-good-to-be-true story unravels with rich illustrations by Ergün Gündüz, which are throwbacks to the days of urban glamor in Beyoglu, in stark contrast with the current state of the district.

V2 Taxi Tales

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"I didn't say a thing... because I knew he'd turn anything I said into a pretense to beat me." Ergün Gündüz takes a sober and simple look at the citizens of the Istanbul metropolis, by inserting slivers of life experience into the backseat of a taxi. With each passenger, this two-part volume of Taxi Tales pulls the reader into the dramatic moments of a new life, deftly exploring humanity's darker and lighter sides.

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