Exit west / by Mohsin Hamid.
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|Kendallville PL - Kendallville Main Branch||LARGE.PRINT FICTION HAMID (Text)||37516002029823||Adult Large Print Fiction||Available||-|
|Lincoln Heritage PL - Dale Main Library||LP HAM (Text)||70743000152718||Large Print||Available||-|
|Perry Co PL - Tell City Main Library||LP F HAM (Text)||70621000213883||Adult - Large Print Fiction||Available||-|
|Shelby Co PL - Shelbyville Main Library||LP HAM (Text)||78731000500556||New Fiction||Available||-|
|Zionsville PL - Hussey-Mayfield Memorial Branch||LP FIC HAMID, MOHSIN (Text)||33946003217564||Large Print . 2nd Floor||Available||-|
- ISBN: 9781410499486
- ISBN: 1410499480
- Physical Description: 263 pages ; 23 cm.
- Edition: Large print edition.
- Publisher: Waterville, Maine : Thorndike Press, a part of Gale, Cengage Learning, 2017.
- Copyright: ©2017
|Summary, etc.:|| Hamid's (The Reluctant Fundamentalist, How to Get Filthy Rich in Rising Asia) trim yet poignant fourth novel addresses similar themes as his previous work and presents a unique perspective on the global refugee crisis. In an unidentified country, young Saeed and burqa-wearing Nadia flee their home after Saeed's mother is killed by a stray bullet and their city turns increasingly dangerous due to worsening violent clashes between the government and guerillas. The couple joins other migrants traveling to safer havens via carefully guarded doors. Through one door, they wind up in a crowded camp on the Greek Island of Mykonos. Through another, they secure a private room in an abandoned London mansion populated mostly by displaced Nigerians. A third door takes them to California's Marin County. In each location, their relationship is by turns strengthened and tested by their struggle to find food, adequate shelter, and a sense of belonging among emigrant communities. Hamid's storytelling is stripped down, and the book's sweeping allegory is timely and resonant. Of particular importance is the contrast between the migrants' tenuous daily reality and that of the privileged second- or third-generation native population who'd prefer their new alien neighbors to simply disappear.
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