House of sand and fog book

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house of sand and fog book

Andre Dubus III - Books: House of Sand and Fog

Under the gray sky we passed one-story houses with small grass lawns. But no matter, if the town is a stand-in, the emotions in this book are not. As a side note, check out this link to see a picture of the house they used in the movie, which is now for sale. He moves his wife, son and daughter to Berkeley, where Soriya will have a chance to marry well. She does and now Behrani must do something so that his year-old son, Esmail can go to college and the family can be comfortable.
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House of Sand and Fog book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. In this “page-turner with a beating heart” (Boston Globe),.. .

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