Mother Land

Mother Land

Dmetri Kakmi


A minutely remembered description of a adolescence on an Aegean island, marked by means of the livid competition of opposed but neighboring cultures. it really is an account of ways a Greek boy born on a Turkish island attempts to make feel of the escalating pressure among Greek and Turk, Muslim and Christian, parents. It indicates with chilling readability how violence begets violence, in even the main unforeseen of individuals. it's also concerning the pains of exile and the invention of lengthy buried secrets and techniques that experience infected the passionate hatred that exists among the 2 groups.

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