Anatolian story. Where the wild roses bloom



This is a story about people whose love and hatred, it would seem, once and for all are set by national identity in a shaky world where not only the future, but also the past are instantly changing. The story is about how easily abysses emerge between people and how difficult it is to build bridges across them. Here, personal fates unfold against the backdrop of the genocide, the Sumgayit massacres, the activities of various terrorist organizations, but in the end what matters are people with their longing, loneliness and search for support. After all, in the place where the story unfolds, it really could have happened to almost anyone.
Author(s) Mark Aren
Language(s) Russian
Publisher(s) Zangak
Year 2019
Pages 225
Binding paperback
Size 13 x 20 cm
ISBN 9789939687582

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