Articles by Nagihan Haliloğlu

June 9, 2017

Armchair Traveling Across the Russias 1

During my graduate studies at Oxford, I became friends with a group of people of Waughian tendencies, Russophiles to whom admitting that you spoke no Russian and had not ridden the Trans-Siberian Railway made you a pariah.

September 14, 2016

Freezing White Men for Posterity 8

What does it all amount to? A grotesque kind of nostalgia.

May 3, 2016

Portrait of the Artist as a Young Woman 0

The shifting landscapes are the first of many disorientations that Wood sets up for his reader in this haunting narrative.