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Author Gromača, Tatjana, 1971- author.

Title Divine child / Tatjana Gromača ; translated by Will Firth.

Publication Info. South Portland, Maine : Sandorf Passage, [2021]
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 Nichols Adult Fiction-NEW  F GROMACA    AVAILABLE
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Description 218 pages ; 21 cm
Note Originally published in Croatian as: Bozanska dječica.
Summary In the early 1990s, as Yugoslavia begins to crumble, so too does a woman, known only as Mother. Ostracized by her Croatian neighbors because of her Serbian background, the bright cheer Mother brought to her role as a wife and mother is darkened by the onset of mental illness that devours an entire family. Seen through the acerbic and wry perspective of Mother’s eldest daughter, Divine Child paints a picture of the forces that batter an individual into shape in a time of economic crisis and rabid nationalism.
Subject Mothers and daughters -- Fiction.
Mental illness -- Fiction.
Families -- Yugoslavia -- 20th century -- Fiction.
Yugoslavia -- Fiction.
Added Author Firth, Will, translator.
Added Title Bozanska dječica. English.
ISBN 9789533513232 (paperback)
9533513233 (paperback)
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