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Memoirs of little brother

Neressa Kahn

Memoirs of little brother

an elegy, 1994-1995

by Neressa Kahn

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Published by Royal Book Co. in Karachi .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Novel.

Statementby Neressa Kahn.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMLCS 98/01601 (P)
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 106 p. ;
Number of Pages106
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL517801M
LC Control Number98930166

Driven by a slim promise of safety plus the hope of finding his older brother Mang, year-old orphan Muong Vithy makes his way across hundreds of miles of war-torn Cambodia to the Thai border, relying on his wits and the kindness of strangers to stay alive, evading the dreaded Khmer Rouge, and finding at last a chance for a new life in a distant country. Having passed through modern Phnom. An older brother taught Westover to read, using Little Bear Goes to the Moon as her primer. A few books lay around the house, but lessons and tests were nonexistent. She grew up studying the Book of Mormon, the Bible and essays by 19th-century Mormon prophets. Westover emphasizes that her story is not about Mormonism.

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