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Douglas Avenue by Sarkis Atamian
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Douglas Avenue

by Sarkis Atamian

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Douglas Avenue is the story of an immigrant Armenian family, the Stepanians, whose children grow up during the Great Depression. In the midst of their poverty, like so many other Armenians, the Stepanians cling to their hope for a better tomorrow and cherish their children above all else. It is a time of trials and triumphs as Dickron and Mariam struggle to make a home for their boys, Garo and Harry, on Douglas Avenue, in Providence, Rhode Island. Join Garo and Harry in their boyhood adventures during the Great Depression. Here are the stories of their pranks and escapades as they learn how to survive by overcoming the differences between two cultures.… (more)
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