Monday, November 8, 2010

About Echoes from the Other Land


Ava Homa, a writer of diaspora, has been a journalist, translator, teacher and writer. As a resistance to the national and international oppressions, misrepresentations, and censorship of the Iranians, Echoes from the Other Land reveals some truth about a historically rich but betrayed land. On its universal scale, Echoes from the Other Land is the story of human’s alienation from self, escapism and wandering. This is a collection of thematically complicated short fiction written in a spare style and simple language implying volumes of unspoken knowledge, like the seven-eighths of an iceberg underwater

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