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A golden age : a novel / Tahmima Anam
Bib ID 4266975
Format BookBook
Author
Anam, Tahmima, 1975-
 
Edition 1st U.S. ed. 
Description New York : HarperCollins, 2007 
276 p. : map ; 24 cm. 
ISBN 9780061478741
0061478741
Summary

As she plans a party for her son and daughter, Rehana Haque's life will be transformed in a story of one family caught in the middle of the 1971 Bangladesh War of Independence, as they face changes and decisions that will have a profound impact on their lives.

Subjects Single mothers -- Bangladesh -- Fiction.  |  Women -- Bangladesh -- Fiction.  |  Bangladesh -- History -- Revolution, 1971 -- Fiction.  |  Bangladesh -- History -- Fiction.

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