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. the Soul . of Istanbul. Istanbul, Chapter . 1—5 . Theme and Excerpts . The beauty of a landscape resides in its . melancholy– . Ahmet. . Rasim. . For . me it has always been a city of ruins and of end-of-empire melancholy. I’ve spent my life either battling with this melancholy or (like all .
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Vocabulary. Chapters 5-9. Holocaust Unit. Chapter 5 Vocabulary – 4 words . lament. . v. . to. . feel, show, or express grief, sorrow or regret. “. But now, I no longer pleaded for anything. I was no longer able to lament. On the contrary, I felt very strong” (Wiesel 68). .