A Beautiful, Wrenching Debut Chronicling The Life Of A Family Struggling For Survival During The Armenian Genocide In Turkey, In After Forty Years In Venice, Yerwant Is Planning A Long Awaited Reunion With His Family At Their Homestead In The Anatolian Hills Of Turkey But As Joyful Preparations Begin, Italy Enters The Great War And Closes Its Borders At The Same Time, In Turkey, The Young Turks, Determined To Rid Their Nation Of Minorities, Force His Family On A Brutal March Of Hunger And Humiliation We Follow Yerwant S Relatives As They Strain To Stay Alive And As Four Children Set Out On A Daring Course To Reach Yerwant And Safety In Italy A Novel As Lyrical And Poignant As A Fable
Antonia Arslan Armenian , born 1938 is an Italian writer and academic of Armenian origin.
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