A Life at Noon

by Talasbek Asemkulov

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Tags: Set in Kazakhstan Male author

A Life at Noon

"Azhigerei is growing up in Soviet Kazakhstan, learning the ancient art of the kuy from his musician father. But with the music comes knowledge about his country, his family, and the past that is at times difficult to bear. Based on the author's own family history, A Life at Noon provides us a glimpse into a time and place Western literature has rarely seen as the first post-Soviet novel from Kazakhstan to appear in English"--

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Country: Kazakhstan flag Kazakhstan
Language: EN
Genre: Cultural

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