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Fiction from one of Georgia's emerging young writers

By Mariam Bekauri   May 2012
















© Mariam Bekauri 2012

This story comes from a new collection of fiction from Georgia, published by Dalkey Archive. Mariam Bekauri is part of an emerging wave of young Georgian authors re-energising a long-established literary scene. Still only 22, Bekauri has already won several literary awards, and “Debi” was selected for Georgia’s annual “Best Short Stories” anthology in 2010. “Through her description of a series of seemingly minor losses, of experiences and interactions which characterise ‘normal’…

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