Asmahan by Edda Tassi

Asmahan book promotion Edda Tassi

My dear Syrian friend working at Red Cross, thanks for the story of the unhappy princess. Thanks for the story of the silly wife too. I used both to connect apparently distant countries of the world. Similar in the desire to break down more or less real walls that power builds to divide people, when it's in difficulty. A Syrian history, a Lebanese story, a Russian-Italian story, some wall, some statue, many dreams.

It doesn't matter when the histories of love and of freedom happen exactly , especially now that our calendar turned towards past dark centuries.

Luckily in the ancient times too there were the just the wise, the enlightenment, some free woman, in the middle of wars of the powerful in delirium.

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