A year of two summers

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Five Leaves, 2005 - Fiction - 185 pages
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"A Year of Two Summers moves between South Africa, Israel, New York, and London. Shaun Levin's stories introduce us to an array of characters as they negotiate identity, migration, belonging, and the things that get lost in transition. A new recruit fantasises about a fellow soldier during Israel's invasion of Lebanon; a young gay man experiments with cross-dressing; a father worries about protecting his son during the bombing of Tel Aviv; a South African woman and her Syrian boyfriend tiptoe around each other as they look after their unexpected baby." "The stories in A Year of Two Summers keep alive the elements of both Jewish and gay traditions of storytelling."--BOOK JACKET.

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Contents

Everything Is Like Sweets
9
The Opposite of Home
21
A Year of Two Summers
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Copyright

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