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Cutting for stone : [regular print book discussion kit] : a novel

Author: A Verghese; Kentucky. Department for Libraries and Archives,
Publisher: Frankfort, KY : Assembled by KY Dept. for Libraries & Archives, [2013]
Series: KDLA regular print book discussion kits for Kentucky public libraries.
Edition/Format:   Kit   Visual material : English
Database: WorldCat
Summary:
Ethiopia, 1954. Twin brothers Shiva and Marion Stone's Indian-nun mother dies during their birth and their British father abandons them. As revolution brews decades later, Marion, a surgeon, flees to America, where he eventually confronts his past. Some violence, some strong language, and some explicit descriptions of sex.
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Title: Cutting for stone : [regular print book discussion kit] : a novel /
Database Name: WorldCat
All Authors / Contributors: A Verghese; Kentucky. Department for Libraries and Archives,
ISBN: 9780375714368; 0375714367
Notes: Edition of book used: Vintage Books, 2010, ©2009.
Subtitle devised by cataloger.
Assembled by the Kentucky Department for Libraries and Archives.
For in-state use only. Requests must be submitted by Kentucky public libraries.
Description: 15 books (667 pages), 1 discussion guide ; in container.
Responsibility: Abraham Verghese.
Genre/Form: General fiction.
Domestic fiction.
Book discussion kit.
Fiction.
Year: 2013
Corporate Author: Kentucky. Department for Libraries and Archives,
Series: Regular print book discussion kits; Variation: KDLA regular print book discussion kits for Kentucky public libraries.
OCLC No.: 907023965

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Ethiopia, 1954. Twin brothers Shiva and Marion Stone's Indian-nun mother dies during their birth and their British father abandons them. As revolution brews decades later, Marion, a surgeon, flees to America, where he eventually confronts his past. Some violence, some strong language, and some explicit descriptions of sex.
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