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Unrooted Childhoods by Faith Eidse, Nina Sichel

Unrooted Childhoods

Description : A fusion of voices and deeply personal experiences from every corner of the globe, Unrooted Childhoods presents a cultural mosaic of today’s citizens of the world. In 20 stirring memoirs of childhoods spent packing, writings by both world-famous and first-time authors make universal the story of growing up without the opportunity to ever feel rooted. Isabel Allende, Carlos Fuentes, Pat Conroy, Pico Iyer and Ariel Dorfman contribute powerful and deeply personal accounts.

Subtitle : Memoirs of Growing Up Global

Authors : Faith Eidse, Nina Sichel

Published Date : 2011-11-18

Publisher : Nicholas Brealey Publishing

ISBN : 9781857889710

Page : 332 Pages

Categories : Social Science

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Filesize: 2 MB

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