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Fanai, Joseph Reza.

Published by Multicultural Bahar Books and Literatures., Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. (1991)

ISBN 10: 0969563108 ISBN 13: 9780969563105

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About this Item: Multicultural Bahar Books and Literatures., Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada., 1991. Soft Cover. Condition: Very Good +. PHOTO Cover! (illustrator). PBO (Paperback Original) True First Ed. 496 pages. "Begins with a birth at the Caspian Sea. It takes shape in the cities of Iran, the cities of Germany, France, England, Switzerland, Austria and of Pakistan and culminates in Canada. The storyteller, Joseph Reza Fanai, escaped to Pakistan in 1982. There, as a refugee, he extracted the first draft of this story in FARSI out of a 3000 page diary. He arrived in Canada in 1984, learned English and began the English manuscipt. There has never been such a firsthand account by a refugee manifesting the transforming power and grace of the multicultural spirit in humity. From Middle East is the story of fall and rise, of hate and love. It is the story of pain and joy in the discovery of a richer life after the dissolution of each prejudice. The story is full of people with blond hair and blue eyes and other colours. The growiing economic and cultural interdependence of first and third countries is reflected in the mosaic of its characters. It is a lively portrayal of people transcending their regional minds from moncultural biases to a treasury of mulricultural thoughts. From Middle East enriches the reader's life. It explores the realms of human bondage not mentioned in daily news. It casts light on the often overlooked sources of deep contentment and happiness. The story immerses the reader in a journey from one part of theworld to others, from one culture to other cultures, form one self to many selves and from the borders of nationalism to borders-free multiculturalism. It is frank indictment of today's institutions of religion, marriage, eduation and other international affairs. Such multicultural literature binds nations as love binds hearts."; Book Weight = 400 Grams; Size: 12mo - over 6" - 7" Tall. Mass Market Paperback. Seller Inventory # 7257-4

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Fanai, Joseph Reza.

Published by Multicultural Bahar Books and Literatures., Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. (1991)

ISBN 10: 0969563108 ISBN 13: 9780969563105

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About this Item: Multicultural Bahar Books and Literatures., Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada., 1991. Soft Cover. Condition: FINE+, Near New. PHOTO Cover! (illustrator). PBO (Paperback Original) True First Ed. 496 pages. "Begins with a birth at the Caspian Sea. It takes shape in the cities of Iran, the cities of Germany, France, England, Switzerland, Austria and of Pakistan and culminates in Canada. The storyteller, Joseph Reza Fanai, escaped to Pakistan in 1982. There, as a refugee, he extracted the first draft of this story in FARSI out of a 3000 page diary. He arrived in Canada in 1984, learned English and began the English manuscipt. There has never been such a firsthand account by a refugee manifesting the transforming power and grace of the multicultural spirit in humity. From Middle East is the story of fall and rise, of hate and love. It is the story of pain and joy in the discovery of a richer life after the dissolution of each prejudice. The story is full of people with blond hair and blue eyes and other colours. The growiing economic and cultural interdependence of first and third countries is reflected in the mosaic of its characters. It is a lively portrayal of people transcending their regional minds from moncultural biases to a treasury of mulricultural thoughts. From Middle East enriches the reader's life. It explores the realms of human bondage not mentioned in daily news. It casts light on the often overlooked sources of deep contentment and happiness. The story immerses the reader in a journey from one part of theworld to others, from one culture to other cultures, form one self to many selves and from the borders of nationalism to borders-free multiculturalism. It is frank indictment of today's institutions of religion, marriage, eduation and other international affairs. Such multicultural literature binds nations as love binds hearts."; Book Weight = 400 Grams; Size: 12mo - over 6" - 7" Tall. Mass Market Paperback. Seller Inventory # 7257-2

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Fanai, Joseph Reza

Published by Multicultural Bahar Books and Literature, Winnipeg (1991)

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About this Item: Multicultural Bahar Books and Literature, Winnipeg, 1991. Wraps. 8vo, wraps, pp vi, 496. Signed by the author, with presentation inscription. Very good condn. Autobiography of a refugee. Seller Inventory # ABE91463

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Fanai, Joseph Reza

Published by Multicultural Bahar Books and Literatures, Winnipeg

ISBN 10: 0969563108 ISBN 13: 9780969563105

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From: Burton Lysecki Books, ABAC/ILAB (Winnipeg, MB, Canada)

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About this Item: Multicultural Bahar Books and Literatures, Winnipeg. [0-9695631-0-8] [1991]. (Mass market paperback) Very good. 496pp. Signed by the author. The front cover is splayed. (Canada, Iranian Canadians, Multiculturalism--Canada). Seller Inventory # 141001

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Fanai, Joseph Reza

Published by Multicultural Bahar Books And Literatures | Privately Printed, Winnipeg, Manitoba (1991)

ISBN 10: 0969563108 ISBN 13: 9780969563105

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From: Black's Fine Books & Manuscripts (Winnipeg, MB, Canada)

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About this Item: Multicultural Bahar Books And Literatures | Privately Printed, Winnipeg, Manitoba, 1991. Softcover. Condition: Near Fine. First printing. pp. 496. Small 8vo. Illustrated card covers. Black and white map, illustrations. Lightest rubbing to covers, contents bright, clean and unmarked with tight, sound binding; fine. Affixed to rear verso cover is a type-written note from the author explaining the origins of his efforts to have his memoirs privately printed. The biography recounts the life story of Iranian-Canadian Joseph Reza Fenai who escaped his homeland for Pakistan in 1982. Settling in Canada in 1984 he began the difficult process of assimilating with Canadian society. He describes his struggles to integrate, his efforts at learning English. From the preface: "The story immerses the reader in a journey from one part of the world to others, from one culture to other cultures, from one self to many selves and from the borders of nationalism to border-free multiculturalism. It is a frank indictment of today's institutions of religion, marriage, education and other international affairs. Such multicultural literature binds nations as love binds hearts.". Seller Inventory # 1135

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