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The walnut tree is a bitter tree and the shadow it casts is heavy. If anyone tries to rest below its branches, he is in danger of being lost…

As young children, Thalia and Demos meet under a walnut tree in a mountain village of Eurytania. Their families, the government, but also their destiny have endowed them with heavy burdens. Desperate, and seeing their dreams crumble, they make the worst of choices. As adults, they will meet again in Toronto, Canada, bearing deep scars that may never heal.

A journey through the difficult years of 1908-1958, where the reader will experience the social and political turbulence of the time, wars, the Occupation, the Civil War, the struggle for survival in isolated areas of the country and the attitudes of their inhabitants, and immigration through the dramatic story of two families and the surprising tale of a wounded romance.
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Publication date Jun 8, 2017
Thematic Category Social
Series Greek literature
Age 18+
Pages 384
Circulation (in thousands) 8
ISBN 978-618-01-2055-4
SKU 19208
Dimensions (width x height) 14 x 21 cm
Weight 0.494 kgr
Binding Μαλακό εξώφυλλο
ISBN e-book 978-618-01-2056-1
E-book Code 19209
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  1. Κλειώ Τσαλαπάτη
The Author
Yota Fotou was born in Larissa. She studied at the Educational Academy of Larissa and received her degree in Educationfrom the University of Thessaly. She went on to receive her postgraduatedegree from the Aristoteleion University of Thessaloniki. Today she worksas a School Advisor in Larissa. She has participated as a speaker at many seminars and conferences regarding educational matters, while she has also published articles in educational journals. INVISIBLE PAUL was awardedwith the Prize for Fiction by the Women's Literary Society and her novelfor teens, A PIN AND TWO CARS, received an honorable mention by the Women's Literary Society. Yota Fotou is a talented writer who approachessubjects of global appeal with tact, responsibility and literary innovation.
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