Growing up in a tough neighborhood on the outskirts of Toronto, Omer Aziz struggled to find his place as a first-generation Pakistani Muslim boy. In Brown Boy, Aziz wrestles with the contradiction of feeling like an Other and his desire to belong to a Western world that never quite accepts him. The result is an uncompromising interrogation of identity, family, religion, race, and class.
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