In Albania, Mexico, China, Iraq, Israel, Wales, the US, Londonab people are on the move; migration and immigration are key issues of the twentieth and twenty-first century. The Keys of Babylon is a collection of 15 linked stories by award-wining poet and author Robert Minhinnick, giving voices to migrants around the globe. Both a fictional record of, and an exploration into their lives, the migrants and the people with whom they interact reflect a comprehensive mix of hope, success, failure, fear, indifference and passion. And the stories of each of the main characters are drawn together in a final narrative which surveys their situation on a particular day.Passing one of the cars I have to stop. Ita#39;s a Mazda RX8 and the registration is GAZ 101. ... The indicators start flashing a and therea#39;s sirennoise likethe ghost train makesand the couple outon the rocks glance up.Inthe twilight they startto run thisanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Keys of Babylon|
|Publisher||:||Seren - 2011-11-04|