One Hundred Seventeen Days (Voices of Resistance)

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Monthly Review Press
South Africa, Political prisoners, Biography & Autobiography / General, First, Ruth, SOUTH AFRICA_BIOGRAPHY, SOUTH AFRICA_JUVENILE LITERATURE, SOUTH AFRICA_RACE RELATIONS, SOUTH AFRICA_SOCIAL CONDITIONS, Political Repression, 1925-1982, Biography, First, Ruth,, Biography/Autobiog
ContributionsAlbie Sachs (Foreword), Tom Lodge (Afterword)
The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8284601M
ISBN 100853457891
ISBN 139780853457893
OCLC/WorldCa20167607

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Constitution Translated for Kids by Cathy Travis is a "non ideological translation of Author: Rusty Browder. Description. The debut novel of mathematician, author, and Oulipo member Michèle Audin, One Hundred Twenty-One Days retraces the lives of French mathematicians over several generations during World Wars I and II.

The narrative oscillates stylistically from chapter to chapter, sometimes resembling a novel, at others a fable, historical research, or a diary. It isn't Fair I'll never have a normal life. It's not fair I'll never have a normal family or a house to come to. It's not fair that I'll never have normal friends.

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The time is liberation, but the dehumanizing effects of the war are depicted as Mireille seeks word of André. Though short, the chapter had a powerful effect on this reader. The rest of the book delves deeper into the practice.The first draft of a book—even a long one—should take no more than three months the length of a season.—Stephen King.

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