Fish won't die describes the lives of four Italian nuns who live as missionaries running a multi-national elementary school in the city of Khorramshahr, a city or port in southern Iran (the Persian Gulf Region). Sister Francesca who was the school's principal and oldest of all sisters, had left Italy in the hopes of helping others, especially children, to learn, to grow and to believe. She wants to help without becoming attached to anyone or anywhere, but others believe differently. This book is the story of many different emotions which begins in 1963. The emotions of children from different parts of the world who become to know each other in a city called khorramshahr.
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