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Om Ash Garden
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! The Ash Garden is a 2001 novel by Canadian author Dennis Bock. It is Bock's first novel, following on from Olympia, a collection of short stories published in 1998. The book follows the stories of three main characters affected by World War Two: Hiroshima bombing victim Emiko, German nuclear physicist Anton Boell, and Austrian-Jewish refugee Sophie Boell. The narrative is non-linear, jumping between different times and places, and the point-of-view alternates between the characters; Emiko's story being written in the first person while Anton and Sophie's stories are written in the third person. Bock took several years to write the novel, re-writing several drafts, before having it published in August 2001 by HarperCollins (Canada), Alfred A. Knopf (USA) and Bloomsbury (UK).