Sevda Kule is the daughter of the Turkish princess from The Flying Trunk by Hans Christian Andersen.
Sevda is short, with tan skin, long dark brown hair, and brown eyes. She wears a long pink gown.
Sevda is a very reserved girl. She does not like getting too much attention and prefers that others look away. She is fond of stories and likes listening to people tell stories. She can also be fickle and easily gets bored with things.
Parent's story - The Flying TrunkEdit
A young man squanders his inheritance until he has nothing left but a few shillings, a pair of slippers, and an old dressing-gown. A friend sends him a trunk with directions to pack up and be off. Having nothing to pack, he gets into the trunk himself. The trunk is enchanted and carries him to the land of the Turks. He uses the trunk to visit the sultan's daughter, who is kept in a tower because of a prophecy that her marriage would be unhappy. He persuades her to marry him. When her father and mother visit her tower, he tells them a story. They are impressed and consent to the marriage. To celebrate his upcoming marriage, the young man buys fireworks and flies over the land setting them off. Returning to the earth, a spark incinerates the trunk, and the young man can no longer visit the princess in the tower. Instead, he wanders the world telling stories.
How does Sevda come into it?Edit
Sevda's mother eventually married the son of a merchant. Sevda has two older brothers, Adnan and Mehmet. Her parents are divorced since her mother's marriage, true to the prophecy, was to be unhappy.