The Box of Dreams

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A 14 year old Tajikistan/Russian girl, living in Russia is orphaned by the death of her mother and father in a fatal automobile crash and is sent to her only relative, a Tajikistan shepherd/farmer to live until she reaches her majority and recovers her inheritance. The story revolves on how she manages to overcome the deprivations in a poor village without electricity, phones or modern plumbing and goes on to educate herself and return to the same village to help bring some of the modern amenities to her people.

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The Box of Dreams

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Mamoun aisheh

Published on 2020-01-01 09:08:38

A 14 year old Tajikistan/Russian girl, living in Russia is orphaned by the death of her mother and father in a fatal automobile crash and is sent to her only relative, a Tajikistan shepherd/farmer to live until she reaches her majority and recovers her inheritance.

The story revolves on how she manages to overcome the deprivations in a poor village without electricity, phones or modern plumbing and goes on to educate herself and return to the same village to help bring some of the modern amenities to her people.

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