Green, Red, Blue: A review by Gulabuddin Sukhanwar | Khaama Press Afghan News

Green, red, blue; a novel written by Afghan writer and novelist Arif Farman, describing customs, traditions, love, difficulties and struggle in life.

Mr. Farman is well-known for his previous novel AFGHANI, which is written with a very clear and simple language style and talks in a fascinating way about the true experience of Afghan refugees’ lives and suffering in Iran.

The Green, Red and Blue, is a story of life in the east and west (Afghanistan and Sweden), two dramatically different countries, cultures and climates.

The main characters of the book are a man from Afghanistan, Shah Wali, and a woman from Sweden called Anna Karin.

Click here to read more Green, Red, Blue: a review – Khaama Press (KP) | Afghan News Agency.

Gulabuddin SukhanwarGulabuddin Sukhanwar is a well known Ismaili Muslim poet, writer and a researcher from Afghanistan, now based in Norway: Most of his works are in his native language.


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