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ISBN:0823924408
Author: Rupa Viswanath,R Viswandath,Viswanath R
ISBN13: 978-0823924400
Title: Teenage Refugees and Immigrants from India Speak Out (Teenage Refugees Speak Out)
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Language: English
Category: Americas
Publisher: Rosen Publishing Group; 1st edition (January 1, 1997)
Pages: 64

Teenage Refugees and Immigrants from India Speak Out (Teenage Refugees Speak Out) by Rupa Viswanath,R Viswandath,Viswanath R



Author : R. Viswandath,Rupa Viswanath,Viswanath R. Publisher : Rosen Publishing Group. Powerful, Award-Winning Oral Histories A perfect addition to your multicultural and social studies collection, Teenage Refugees Speak Out educates teens about the lives of their peers from other countries. American teens of all ethnic backgrounds can gain insight and understanding into the lives of teens who live around the world, as they examine their own lives as Americans.

Teenage refugees and immigrants from India speak out Close. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Teenagers from India discuss why their families left that country and how they have adjusted to life in the United States. Includes bibliographical references (p. 62) and index.

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Kasinathuni Viswanath is One of The Great Directors of Indian Cinema. He is Basically from Guntur. He was Graduated from Hindu College. sound designer turned director and actor known for his works in Telugu Cinema, and Bollywood. He is the recipient of five National Film Awards, five Nandi Awards, ten Filmfare Awards South, and a Bollywood Filmfare Award. Viswanath's Hindi films include Sargam, Kaamchor, Sanjog, Jaag Utha Insan, Eeshwar, Sur Sangam, Shubh Kaamna, Sangeet and Dhanwaan. Teenage Refugees and Immigrants from India Speak Out (1997). Viswanath is a fiction writer and graduate of Mew York University's Creative Writing.

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