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Turks Fruit is a Dutch novel written by Jan Wolkers in Wolkers based the character Olga on his second wife Annemarie Nautahis third wife Karina Gnirrep and photographer and poet Ida Sipora. Turks Fruit begins with the unnamed sculptor lying 14 wolkers his bed and thinking about Olga, who has left him. He first met her when he was hitchhiking and she picked him up and succumbed to 14 wolkers charms. When they started driving again, they were in a non-lethal car 14 wolkers. Two months later they met again and married.
The sculptor describes her father and mother. Her father was a fat, funny man. He repeats the same jokes time after time. Her mother is her father's complete opposite. The sculptor hates her, and she hates him. She wants 14 wolkers destroy the relationship between him and Olga. She is the reason Olga's father died. He was on a dietbut she secretly fed him fat. The sculptor saw her doing it and considers it to be murder.
He never tells Olga or her father. Olga's mother also cheats and the fathers knows it, but 14 wolkers mind; one of her breasts was amputated because she had breast cancer. After the sculptor describes Olga's parents, he describes his sexual relations with her, which was very important. During a dinner, the sculptor witnesses Olga flirting with someone her parents know.
She goes to the bathroom with him, where he hits her. She leaves him and returns to her mother. After she leaves, the sculptor has short relationships with other women, but none as good as Olga. Olga has several relationships and marriages after the sculptor, but none equal the first.
Olga discovers she has an inoperable brain tumor and tells the sculptor. He visits her in the hospital nearly everyday for six months, until she dies. She slowly loses 14 wolkers hair and the sculptor buys her a red wig. She is afraid that her teeth will fall out, so she only eats Turkish delightexplaining the title. Olga dies on an early spring evening. She is cremated 14 wolkers wearing her wig. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
14 wolkers Hauer stars as the sculptor, and Monique van de Ven as Olga. In Dick Matena published a comic book adaptation of the novel, 14 wolkers in text comics format. Retrieved from " https: Dutch novels novels Novels set in the s Erotic romance novels Novels set in the Netherlands Dutch novels adapted into films Dutch novels adapted into plays Novels adapted into comics.