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    Ashes in the Air
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    $24.95
    Binding
    Paperback
    ISBN13
    9780702238727
    Pages
    108
    Dimensions
    229 x 153mm
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    Alizadeh finds grace, wit and fire in this latest volume of poetry which explores themes such as fatherhood and migration. It ranges from the Tehran of Alizadeh's childhood to the Australian coast of his teenage years. From the opening poem's hymn to mobility and renewal to the elegiac ending, Ashes in the Air sparks with wisdom and energy.

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