Yugoslavia Breaks: Cat Yugoslavia and Kosavar-Albanian Girl
yugoslavia breaks: Two snakes, according to Globe and Mail. Two narrators In 1980, a young Kosavar-Albanian girl, Emine, is engaged to the handsome Bajram, but their marriage is no fairy tale. This doubling another bridge, another river informs My Cat Yugoslavia, Pajtim Statovci's debut novel of Kosovo. Bajram proves violent just as Yugoslavia breaks apart. Gay, immigrant, Muslim his parents' dreams have no place for him and Bekim longs to not be asked where he is from. Decades later, after the family flees to Finland, their son Bekim is an outcast. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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