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Zeyneb Sosi Arta is only seven years old when she is stoned by a group of village children, who taunt her with cries of “infidel.” This incident spurs her parents to move her to the safety of the city to stay with the Reijskinds, sympathetic friends. After all, though Sosi’s father is Turkish, her mother is Armenian, and although many years have passed, they haven’t forgotten the systematic extermination of Armenians at the hands of the Turks that began in 1915. rnrnThe realities of war, genocide and global immigration and their impact on susequent generations are revealed through the story of Sosi: a survivor, a traveller, a mother, an Armenian.

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