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    Publisher: Charco Press

    Theatre of War

    This is a story narrated from the point of view of a nine-year old girl, called Tamara, who takes in the intricacies of the survival strategies of the world she inherits, marked by poverty, unspeakable trauma, and inescapable scenarios.
    ISBN: 9781916465657
    AuthorAndrea Jeftanovic
    Pub Date10/11/2020
    Availability: In Stock
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