Feeding the Doves

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Feeding the Doves

31 Short and Very Short Stories, and Haibun
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Greece has been in the headlines for a very long time. Since ancient times, her philosophers, historians, mathematicians, shipbuilders, traders, and artisans have been making the news – and, indeed, history. So, amidst the country’s most difficult years in recent times, many people believe that they know Greece and the Greeks.

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Against this backdrop, the stories – short and very short – collected in “Feeding the Doves” explore recurrent elements of the Greek psyche, tracing them back to challenges posed by the country’s history and environment. The widow, the old loner, the refugee, the immigrant, the writer, the expatriate tell us their stories, touching upon themes at the heart of Greek being, as well as our common humanity: love and loss, war, civil war, immigration and diaspora, emigration, poverty, religion, history, and above all, the will to survive.

Cover Design:
Rob Ward, Freelance Animator

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Fruit Dove Press
Email: admin@fruitdovepress.com

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[The title story “Feeding the Doves” and the cover image were inspired by a photo taken by Robert Geiss, titled “Feeding Doves” and posted on his (sadly, no longer active blog) “Daily Athens Photo.”]

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