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Correspondents is a literary fictional novel. It is written by Tim Murphy. Christodora is another marvelous fictional novel from Tim Murphy that deserves a mention here.
Rita sets herself on a highly ambitious path through Harvard. Her destination was one of the finest newspapers in the county. She is currently posted in cosmopolitan Beirut. She is also dating there a charming would-be activist from Palestine. But, when she got her assignment to cover the invasion of America in Baghdad in 2003, then she discovers herself quite unprepared for the warzone. Her only lifeline there was her interpreter, Nabil al-Jumaili. He was a highly restless and motivated young man.
All his dreams have been limited by a life in a deteriorating dictatorship. It should go without mention about all his improbable desires apparently. Just as the war caused extreme havoc in Iraq, the horrors of conflict and betrayal pushed Nabil and Rita to go right out of the country. This also caused them to twist many of their uncertain fates. What was in the pipeline for them to wait upon would never actualy upend both of their lives. They were left shattering their notions of something that they were entitled to in a very horrific unjust world.
The narration of Correspondents is done by the duo of Necar Zadegan and Assaf Cohen.
The novel is extremely epic in its scope and also heartbreaking and satirical. If we speak purely about the current moment of America, Correspondents is an extremely tumultuous tale about displacement from one’s very own roots. It is about violence that United States promotes both inside their home and abroad as well. It is a story about the resilience, which enable families to regather and remake themselves and to sustain the extremely shocking upheavals.