A large part of this is due to Aylin herself. Aylin, as I figured, was so much full of love that it was impossible for her to contain all of it within. She always tried to find a way to let it flow and reach people in need, in which she almost always succeeded if romantic love is kept out of limit. Being the youngest daughter, she got her share of motherly love even from her sister; as expected she set out on a different path than one was defined for her by rules of society. Every time she was refused of love from her companion, she poured her heart out for patients, not so healthy househelp, her niece, her step children and even colleagues, though it was never sufficient for her as heart never really understands compromises. Though the book gives a glipmse of all that the woman had suffered, Ayse has cleverly left details to be imagined by readers.
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Adı Aylin (Ayşe Kulin)
Adı Aylin - Ayşe Kulin