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The New World

Dan Nicolai

Fiction, Literary Fiction, Science Fiction, History

Transcription of a dream I had in Amsterdam of one of the old family, walking the streets of a crazy mixed up city.

A group of immigrants land in one neighborhood of an indifferent & sometimes hostile city, trying to make life, money, relationships, in short, trying to figure out who they're supposed to be now.