The Virgin's Knot

The Virgin's Knot

Book - 2002
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She is called Nurdane, the famed weaver of Mavisu. From her remote mountain village in southwestern Turkey, she creates dowries for young brides: dazzling rugs that are marvels of shape and color, texture and light. For her unique rugs possess remarkable healing qualities that have inspired local legend. But it is her hands that are at the heart of her mystery. An artist's hands. A virgin's hands.

An extraordinary series of events drives Nurdane to question the limitations of her faith and culture as she is caught between the cost of remaining pure in body and spirit...or risking everything for the chance to live a loving life. Shimmering with the history and lore of Turkish culture and tradition, this is a richly woven, brilliantly hued novel about a young woman who travels from innocence to knowledge, from loneliness to love. In this luminous debut, The Virgin's Knot heralds the arrival of a gifted new voice in literary fiction.
Publisher: New York : Dutton, [2002]
Copyright Date: ©2002
ISBN: 9780525946571
0525946578
Branch Call Number: F
Characteristics: viii, 303 pages ; 22 cm

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stevie22
Sep 12, 2013

This is a good book but I didn't care for the end. It was interesting how the author did not use quotes when people were speaking. That took a little while to get used to. It was difficult to understand some of the motives behind some of the characters actions i.e. the father.

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