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and the Ottoman Empire regarding Southeastern Europe throughout the centuries of Ottoman rule. If Southeastern Europe is the puma in Pavić’s analogy, the two men holding the ropes are western Europe and the Ottoman Empire during the nineteenth and beginning of the twentieth century. Their roles as

In: Journal of World Literature

the political agenda with ensuing construction or restoration. In this sense the Ottoman Empire is often evaluated as the most innovative and practical of the Islamic dynasties. Over time one of the largest components of the non-Muslim population of the Ottoman Empire was settled in Galata on the

In: East Central Europe

and permanency were also important. 1 A great wave of migration took place in the Ottoman period before World War I when the empire was beginning to dissolve as populations resettled after the establishment of many new states. During the Ottoman Empire, many Anatolian cities became political