The Hemingway Book Club of Kosovo
by Paula Huntley

Drita with her students, May 2009.

With Granit 2, his wife Shqiponja and his parents at their home in Prishtina, May 2009.

February 17, 2009 - Leonard and Granit 2 celebrate the first anniversary in Kosova's independence.

Granit 2, Paula, Granit 1 at PAX Orientation in Long Island, August, 2003

Paula greets Granit 1 and Granit 2 as they arrive in the U.S. for their senior year of high school.

Fazile and Paula, Spring, 2001. In the classroom at the Cambridge School, Prishtina.

The Professor - in class, winter, 2001

Students Then and Now

Nora, left, in 2012 celebrating her brother Leonard's MBA degree with Leonard's wife, Dafina

Nora when I first met her, October, 2000.

Nora graduating from San Domenico School in San Anselmo, California, 2009

Leonard, Nora's proud brother, applauding her San Domenico graduation. With Leonard is his fiancee, Dafina.

Leonard, Nora and their parents, Mehdi and Zerife. 2000.

Baby Bora, the daughter of Granit 2 and his wife Shqiponja. The Gashis now live in Texas where Granit has begun work with a financial services company.

Ed with Leonard and Leonard's fiance, Dafina. Prishtina, May 2009.

Leutrim, Granit 2, Paula, Genti, Besart, Granit 1, reuniting in the spring of 2002

In the classroom, Spring 2001. Paula in pink sweater.

Granit 1 and Besart, in English class, Fall 2000

"Sometimes a small story tells a far larger one. Such is the case with The Hemingway Book Club of Kosovo. Paula Huntley shows us the common humanity that can heal even the most terrible wounds."
- Ambassador Richard Holbrooke

Published by Tarcher/Penguin.

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