Playwright (b. 10 February 1884, İstanbul - d. 15 March 1913). Ruhsan Nevvare is a pen name for the writer. Her real name was Hadiye Ebüzziya. Her father’s name was Selimoğlu. She was the wife of Talha Ebüzziya, and the mother of Ziyad Ebüzziya, the journalist and writer. She graduated from İstanbul Teacher Training School. She learned English and French at private courses. Her three-act play Jön Türk (The Young Turk) was staged at the Osmanlı Theater of Mınakyan Efendi in the same year it was written (2 October 1908).
She established the first women’s foundation, the Association of Women, together with Halide Edip Adıvar. Halide Edip was the chairwoman of the association and Nevvare became the secretary (1909). She died of tuberculosis at a very young age. She is buried in the family graveyard in Bakırköy.
Jön Türk (The Young Turk, in collaboration with Tahsin Nahid, 1908; staged at the Osmanlı Theater of Manakyan Efendi in the same year), Sanatkârlar (Artists, 1908), Aşkımız (Our Love, prose, not published).