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Ali and Nino

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  • ""Ali Khan and Nino Kipiani live in the cosmopolitan, oil-rich capital of Azerbaijan which, at the beginning of the twentieth century, is a melting-pot of different cultures. Ali is a Muslim, with his ancestors' passion for the desert, and Nino is a Christian Georgian girl with sophisticated European ways. Despite their differences, the two have loved each other since childhood and Ali is determined that he will marry Nino as soon as she leaves school. But there is not only the obstacle of their different religions and parental consent to overcome. The First World War breaks out. As the Russians withdraw, the Turks advance, and Ali and Nino find themselves swept up in Azerbaijan's fight for independence." -- Back cover."
  • "There is currently no description available for this title at this time."@en
  • "On the eve of World War I, Ali Khan Shirvanshir, a Muslim schoolboy from a proud, aristocratic family, falls in love with Nino, a Christian girl, and in order to be together, the couple must overcome blood feuds, scandal, and the violence of war."
  • "A reprint of a love story of two childhood friends, a Muslim warrior and a Christian girl, during the Russian Revolution. Set on the Caspian Sea, the novel symbolizes the clash of cultures between East and West. It was first published in German in 1937."
  • "A reprint of a love story of two childhood friends, a Muslim warrior and a Christian girl, during the Russian Revolution. Set on the Caspian Sea, the novel symbolizes the clash of cultures between East and West. It was first published in German in 1937."@en
  • "Ali Khan is an Islamic boy from Azerbaijan with his ancestors\' passion for the desert and warrior legends. His lover, Nino, a beautiful Christian girl from Georgia, has a more European sensibility. They spend their days in Baku on the Caspian Sea, where Orient and Occident collide, and are inevitably caught up in the events of the First World War and the Russian Revolution. First published in Vienna in 1937, Ali and Nino has been hailed as one of the enduring romantic novels of the century."

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  • "Fiction"@en
  • "Fiction"
  • "History"
  • "Love stories"
  • "Vertalingen (vorm)"
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  • "Fiction."
  • "Fiction."@en
  • "Romans (teksten)"
  • "History."
  • "History."@en
  • "Love stories."@en
  • "Love stories."

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  • "Ali and Nino"
  • "Ali and Nino"@en
  • "Ali and Nino : a love story /"
  • "Ali & Nino"
  • "Ali & Nino"@en
  • "Ali and Nino."
  • "Ali & Nino /"@en
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  • "Ali & Nino /"
  • "Ali and Nino a novel"
  • "Ali and Nino [a Gab bag for book discussion groups] : a love story /"
  • "Ali and Nino /"
  • "Ali & Nino;"
  • "Ali & Nino;"@en
  • "Ali and Nino /"@en
  • "Ali and nino : [a love Story] /"
  • "Ali & Nino."@en
  • "Ali & Nino."
  • "[Ali und Nino.] Ali & Nino; translated by Jenia Graman."
  • "Ali en Nino"
  • "Ali and Nino : [a novel] /"

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