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September Mourning

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Author: Charles Narasi M.D.

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The Year was 1964. Two young and bright medical graduates from India embark on a much dreamed long journey to the USA to pursue their goals of higher learning and advanced studies. They both succeed in their endeavors only to get caught in turmoils during personal struggles in their own lives. The great desire to assimilate in the cultural divide brings unexpected results. They will become the victims of selfishness and greed and one of them loses the fight to survive.

Antonieta

Beatiful written. Enjoy it a. Lot!


Adel

Very amateurish. Read like a high school English literature project.


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Charles Narasi M.D.

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