A Single, Numberless Death Single, Numberless Death MOBI

A Single, Numberless Death Single, Numberless Death MOBI

A Single, Numberless Death Single, Numberless Death ❴Read❵ ➯ A Single, Numberless Death Single, Numberless Death Author Nora Strejilevich – Larringtonlifecoaching.co.uk Nora Strejilevich was a young woman when her brother and other family members and friends disappeared at the hands of the military junta that held power in Argentina from to Ostensibly part of a sys Nora Strejilevich was Numberless Death PDF/EPUB Â a young woman when her brother and other family members and friends disappeared at the hands of the military junta that held power in Argentina fromtoOstensibly part of a systematic campaign to eliminate left wing A Single, eBook ✓ terrorism, the violence perpetrated by the junta far exceeded anything the leftists ever dreamed of, enveloping not only the violent left but other dissidents and innocent civilians as well, and particularly targeting the Jewish population A desaparecida herself, Strejilevich Single, Numberless Death ePUB ☆ survived kidnapping and torture to speak of her experience with a dignified voice and a clear eyed realism that extends from one end of the political spectrum to the otherIn the first English translation of her elegant fictional memoir Una sola muerte numerosa, Strejilevich combines autobiography, documentary journalism, fiction, magical realism, and poetry to express the choir of voices of the than , souls who were imprisoned and abused She engages the reader in the history of a bloody military coup and state sanctioned anti Semitism, exploring themes of exile, identity, and violence Above all, A Single, Numberless Death is Nora Strejilevich s gripping story of survival.


10 thoughts on “A Single, Numberless Death Single, Numberless Death

  1. Hannah Hannah says:

    I WROTE MY THESIS ON THIS BOOK en espanol


  2. Emily Emily says:

    How do you say you like this book that fills the mind with images of horror that the author experienced at the hands of the military How do you like a story that continues its horror to present day This story reads like flowing water so lyrical, so beautifully written It is a startling contrast to the story itself with its pain and terror This one will stay with me a long time.


  3. Joel Randeblad Joel Randeblad says:

    Incredibly touching testimony, and I heavily recommend it It doesn t follow a linear plot, but that also serves the story It raises a lot of questions about the patriarchy, identity, the role of memory, and cultural amnesia One of my favorites


  4. Marisela Marisela says:

    This is an amazing book.The author Nora Strejilevich was one of thousands kidnapped during Argentina s dirty war She was taken to a secret concentration camp and for some reason was eventually released.It s estimated that there are 300,000 desaparecidos disapeared whose bodies have never been recovered When Nora fled her country she began to speak out and inform world leaders exactly what was happening in Argentina political genocide.It s a very good book.


  5. Tori Tori says:

    What s better than this book is hearing the author speak about her progression of writing it My class got to speak with Nora a few weeks ago, and it s amazing how her sole purpose of writing this book was to give a voice to the voiceless For what she s gone through, she s a very optimistic woman


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