The distinct path of the construction of an alternative female subjectivity against the traditional male representations of women in contemporary Turkish literature has been an issue of literary debate(s)since the emergence of postmodernist techniques relating to literary formation of the female self. However, there has been still a lack of profound analysis of possible feminist novels engendering a solid female resistance and thus alternate female subjectivity against the social and literary patriarchal constraints. Therefore this book offers a close reading of Dear Shameless Death by Latife Tekin and it offers multi-dimensioned notable literary perspectives- Foucault’s similitude epistime, metafiction, magical realism and thus feminine practice of writing, which we may all together call as feminine magical realism. Thus with the close readings of the novel based on aforementioned literary perspectives the way of female resistance against the silenced and victimized representations will be displayed. This will obviously lead to a greater understanding of Dear Shameless Death in contemporary Turkish fiction in terms of subverting the male authority and thus phallocentric language.