Life After ebook
by Mario Susko
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Literature & Fiction Books Poetry Books. ISBN13: 9780938999140.
by. Suško, Mario, 1941-. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.
After each she'd kiss me and say softly, Adesso dormi e fai un bel sogno. My mother was to arrive by a late train, so I had to sleep at my place
I slept on the sofa she in a high white bed. She died when I was thirteen years ol. .After each she'd kiss me and say softly, Adesso dormi e fai un bel sogno. My mother was to arrive by a late train, so I had to sleep at my place. I stood guard, the major in the third room, requisitioned for war veterans by the commissariat, listening to patriotic airs.
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Life After Life is a 2013 novel by Kate Atkinson. It is the first of two novels about the Todd family. The second, A God in Ruins, was published in 2015. The novel has an unusual structure, repeatedly looping back in time to describe alternative possible lives for its central character, Ursula Todd, who is born on 11 February 1910 to an upper-middle-class family near Chalfont St Peter in Buckinghamshire. In the first version, she is strangled by her umbilical cord and stillborn
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Mario Susko and I, like so many, are the products of two very different ideological wars. We both live and work effectively in exile, especially in the political contexts of our previous lives. 20/20 is an intimate and deeply personal story of two very different poets, each of whom were privileged to walk away from their respective war zones.