Translated by Emily Jeremiah & Fleur Jeremiah
Aki Ollikainen in his White Hunger goes deep into the scarred face of the famine of 1867, that hit Finland. Marja is the wife of a local farmer, who, caught in the famine decides to travel south like many of the people suffering in the famine.
St.Petersburg becomes a town synonymous with the availability of bread.This bread is even made of lichen or pine bark. Runni, is also a boy who is desperately searching for food.
How much will you have to pay for survival? A taut novella it is, get hold of it now!
|Publisher:||Peirene Press Ltd||Publishing Year:||2015|
|Cover:||Paperback||No. Of Pages:||128|
|MRP:||Rs 1003||Buy From:||Flipkart.com
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