In The Sea, Amela Marin takes the universal story of Exodus and pares it down to a seemingly simple allegory, in which a mother places her two children in her pockets and attempts to leave her besieged city, walk across war-ravaged mountainsides, and reach the sea. What happens along the way makes The Sea an ode to the humanity inherent in us all, in our darkest moments.
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“Amela Marin has written a parable of war that has all the force of Brecht and all the subtlety of Beckett.”