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The Africa Museum in Tervuren and Orhan Pamuk’s White Gloves
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The Africa Museum in Tervuren and Orhan Pamuk’s White Gloves

(Koen Peeters) The Low Countries - 2018, № 26, pp. 118-127

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The train with the Turkish writer Orhan Pamuk was 20 minutes late. I waited patiently. Circumstances had led to me being asked to accompany the Nobel Prize Winner for a visit to the Royal Museum for Central Africa, or Africa Museum, in Tervuren. Pamuk was coming from Düsseldorf and would travel on to Istanbul the same evening. I was his chauffeur for the day, his guide, his travelling companion.

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