A Stranger Among Us: Stories of Cross Cultural Collision and Connection
OV Books, 2007 - Fiction - 393 pages
Thirty acclaimed writers of international fiction explore the stranger in tales of cultural clashes and bonds. These stories of disparate experience travel beyond politics and multicultural manners to become an essential discussion of otherness.
Contributors include Nathan Englander, Laila Lalami, Ana Menendez, Josip Novakovich, Wanda Coleman, Tony d'Souza, Samrat Upadhyay, Mary Yukari Waters, Luis Alfaro, and Amanda Eyre Ward, as well as other accomplished writers from Azerbaijan, Bangladesh, Iran, Israel, Pakistan, and Zimbabwe, some published for the first time in the United States.
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Review: A Stranger Among Us: Stories of Cross Cultural Collision and ConnectionUser Review - Tom - Goodreads
This is a book of 30 stories about various countries, their people and their cultures. The book was educational, the writing and stories below average to average. I gave it 3 stars. Read full review
Review: A Stranger Among Us: Stories of Cross Cultural Collision and ConnectionUser Review - Becky - Goodreads
This is an amazing collection of short stories of international fiction. Each story is about people of different cultures coming together. With settings from Nairobi, to the India/Pakistan border, to ... Read full review