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Keep forever gulag memoirs by Aleksandr Konstantinovich Sokolenko

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Published .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Politics and government,
  • Political prisoners,
  • Biography

Book details:

Edition Notes

Translation of: Khranit vechno.

StatementAleksandr Konstantovich Sokolenko ; translated from Russian by Alex Lane
ContributionsLane, Alex
The Physical Object
Pagination153 pages
Number of Pages153
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL27146326M
ISBN 101475246897
ISBN 109781475246896
OCLC/WorldCa845356278

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Keep Forever is an amazing book and very well written!! From the first chapter to the last chapter, I was very engaged. I loved reading about Elizabeth's story and how much strength she had throughout her life. It encouraged me to be a stronger women and to understand what people go through who have PTSD. If you know anyone who was in the 5/5(27).   Keep Forever Alexa Kingaard Published by: Acorn Publishing Publication date: March 28th Genres: Historical Romance, Women’s Fiction “Unlike some war stories that focus on intense, harsh and graphic depictions of post-combat trauma, this tale unfolds gently, like an Edna Ferber novel, spread across many decades, detailing the impact this soldier’s illness has on an entire family.   Reading Keep Forever by Alexa Kingaard is a bit like enjoying one of those warm fuzzy movies that dominate the TV channels at Christmas not because it’s centered on Christmas, but because it reminds us of those cherished, homey values and feelings that surface, for most of us, as we sit around the tree or Christmas table, the greatest of which is love. This story of Elizabeth, her siblings. Matched by similar tragedies at a young age, Elizabeth and Paul’s first meeting upon his return from Vietnam is the beginning of friendship and love that survives five decades. In an era when veterans refuse to speak of their pain and the government denies that thousands of soldiers are coming home irreparably damaged, Paul is left to deal with raising a family amidst the inconsistent.

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Title: Keep Forever Author: Alexa Kingaard Publisher: Acorn Publishing Publication Date: March 28th Print Length: pages Genres: Historical Romance, Women’s Fiction “Unlike some war stories that focus on intense, harsh and graphic depictions of post-combat trauma, this tale unfolds gently, like an Edna Ferber novel, spread across many decades, detailing the impact this soldier’s Author: All The Ups And Downs.   Julia Turshen’s book Small Victories is one of the most crowd-pleasing, reliable cookbooks you’ll find. It’s full of well-written, easy-to-follow recipes that are just one or two steps Author: Marian Bull.   Welcome to the book blitz for Keep Forever by Alexa Kingaard! Fans of historical romance are sure to be excited for this one. Fans of historical romance are sure to be excited for this one. Keep reading to learn more about the book and enter to win a $50 Amazon gift card.   Aleksandr Sokolenko wrote his four stories about USSR labor camps in the months before his death, in His granddaughter, Maria Feht, has now collected them under the title Keep Forever. Translated by Alex Lane.