This collection of stories, both short and long, by Canadian-Armenian writer and scholar Lorne Shirinian finds its inspiration in Armenian themes from yesterday and today, including the genocide, the story of the Georgetown Boys in Canada, and contemporary subjects. As the author writes in his prologue, “When you are dispossessed, you constantly move from city to city. You keep yourself off balance and take comfort in disquiet. Your stories come from your oblique perspective: the sun is always at half mast. Fiction has become the last refuge.”
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History of Armenia and Other Fiction, Lorne Shirinian (softcover)