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Last Night I Dreamed of Peace : The Diary of Dang Thuy Tram - 07 edition

Last Night I Dreamed of Peace : The Diary of Dang Thuy Tram (ISBN10: 0307347370; ISBN13: 9780307347374)
ISBN13: 978-0307347374
ISBN10: 0307347370

Edition/Copyright: 07
Cover: Hardback
Publisher: Harmony Books
Published: 09/11/2007
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2007 Hardcover New in New dust jacket 9780307347374. New book and dust jacket. No marks. In 1970, while sifting through war documents in Vietnam, Fred Whitehurst, an American lawyer serving with a m ...show moreilitary intelligence dispatch, found a diary no bigger than a pack of cigarettes, its pages handsewn together. Written between 1968 and '70 by Tram, a young, passionate doctor who served on the front lines, it chronicled the strife she witnessed until the day she was shot by American soldiers earlier that year at age 27. Whitehurst, who was greatly moved by the diary and smuggled it out of the country, returned it to Thuy's family in 2005; soon after, it was published as a book in Vietnam, selling nearly half a million copies within a year and a half. The diary is valuable for the perspective it offers on war-Thuy is not obsessed with military maneuvers but rather the damage, both physical and emotional, that the war is inflicting on her country. Thuy also speaks poignantly about her patients and the compassion ...show less
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