Kertes, Joseph. () The afterlife of stars /MLA Citation
Kertes, Joseph. The Afterlife Of Stars. : . Print.
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The afterlife of stars /
|Published:||New York : Little, Brown and Company, 2017.|
|Edition:||First U.S. edition.|
|Topics:||Families - Fiction. | Family secrets - Fiction. | Hungarians - France - Fiction. | FICTION - Family Life. | FICTION - Jewish. | FICTION - Literary. | FICTION - Political. | Families - Fiction. | Family secrets - Fiction.|
|Regions:||Hungary - History - Revolution, 1956 - Fiction. | Paris (France) - Fiction. | France. | France - Paris. | Hungary.|
|Genres:||Domestic fiction. | Domestic fiction. | Domestic fiction. | Fiction. | History.|
|Author:||Kertes, Joseph, 1951-|
|Physical Description:||247 pages ; 25 cm
|Summary:||"When Russian tanks roll into the public squares of Budapest to crush the Hungarian Revolution, brothers Robert and Attila Beck flee with their family to the Paris townhouse of their great-aunt Hermina. The year is 1956 and as their country changes forever, these two boys transform as well, confronting danger and wonders previously unknown. As they travel through minefields both real and imagined, Robert and Attila grapple with sibling rivalry, family secrets and incalculable loss. Along the way they encounter mysterious fellow travelers, bewildering sights of a nation in transition and surprising hilarity, all in pursuit of the one place they thought they'd lost forever: home"--
|Subject:||Revolution (Hungary : 1956)|