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A powerful, monumental story of an Armenian family, this account spans 100 years, five countries, and several generations. A family fragmented by genocide, exile and emigration, but which, through extraordinary acts of courage and compassion, is eventually brought together again—albeit utterly changed.
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About the Author
Marcella Polain is a lecturer in the writing program at Edith Cowan University. She was a founding editor for the national poetry journal Blue Dog, has been poetry editor for Westerly, and was inaugural editor for the journal Indigo. Her first poetry collection, Dumbstruck, won the Anne Elder Prize; her second, Each Clear Night, was short-listed for the West Australian Premier’s Poetry Prize.