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Childhood Collections By ABILASH NARAYANAN
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Childhood Collections By ABILASH NARAYANAN
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A Flood of Memories By Kirti Pandey
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This is a collection of stories in the life of a girl of ten or so in the nineteen seventies, while growing up in India. It is a tale of the influences on beliefs, by the actions, presence or... More > intervention of certain family members and the story of life, in general. I am sure, this will interest anyone who cares about family life.< Less
'Round Our Way: Memories, 1935-1966 By Maureen D. Singh
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A memoir of the early life an English woman who grew up in the village of Yarwell, Northamptonshire during and after WWII, moved to London, traveled to India, married and started a family, before... More > settling in the United States.< Less
Footprints on the sands of my Life By Rajasekhar Akasapu
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'Footprints on the sands of my Life' is a family memoir of Rajasekhar Akasapu - a retired civil engineer from the Indian Railways. It is a simple journey with him into his past, his childhood, his... More > career and his projects.< Less
Petals and Thorns: A Memoir The round-the-world Journey of a Remarkable Man By Bhupat Doshi
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Bhupat (Bobby) Doshi is living proof that nice guys can finish first. Born in India but raised in Sudan, Bhupat was expected to fulfill family obligations—even if that meant giving up his dream... More > of becoming an avionics engineer and walking away from the girl he loved. Most would have resented making such sacrifices, but he always made the most of his circumstances. Running the family business during tumultuous political upheaval, he stayed one step ahead of competitors while navigating political minefields. With a positive attitude and dogged determination, he always went the extra mile—whether it was to the shocking nightlife of the Paris underground, the boardrooms of Japan, or to Beirut on the eve of war By the time he immigrated to the United States of America to chase the American Dream, he had two healthy children, a wife he loved, and was ready to start a whole new adventure.< Less
Petals and Thorns: A Memoir The round-the-world journey of a remarkable man By Bhupat Doshi
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Bhupat (Bobby) Doshi is living proof that nice guys can finish first. Born in India but raised in Sudan, Bhupat was expected to fulfill family obligations—even if that meant giving up his dream... More > of becoming an avionics engineer and walking away from the girl he loved. Most would have resented making such sacrifices, but he always made the most of his circumstances. Running the family business during tumultuous political upheaval, he stayed one step ahead of competitors while navigating political minefields. With a positive attitude and dogged determination, he always went the extra mile—whether it was to the shocking nightlife of the Paris underground, the boardrooms of Japan, or to Beirut on the eve of war By the time he immigrated to the United States of America to chase the American Dream, he had two healthy children, a wife he loved, and was ready to start a whole new adventure.< Less
Petals and Thorns: A Memoir The round-the-world journey of a remarkable man By Bhupat Doshi
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Bhupat (Bobby) Doshi is living proof that nice guys can finish first. Born in India but raised in Sudan, Bhupat was expected to fulfill family obligations—even if that meant giving up his dream... More > of becoming an avionics engineer and walking away from the girl he loved. Most would have resented making such sacrifices, but he always made the most of his circumstances. Running the family business during tumultuous political upheaval, he stayed one step ahead of competitors while navigating political minefields. With a positive attitude and dogged determination, he always went the extra mile—whether it was to the shocking nightlife of the Paris underground, the boardrooms of Japan, or to Beirut on the eve of war By the time he immigrated to the United States of America to chase the American Dream, he had two healthy children, a wife he loved, and was ready to start a whole new adventure.< Less
Things We Found During the Autopsy By Kuzhali Manickavel
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Things We Found During the Autopsy is South Indian writer Kuzhali Manickavel's second collection of short fiction, in which she presents a dizzying array of apocalyptic visions and fractured... More > childhood memories. These stories contain the following: a dragon; angels; Indian culture; one Christmas story for children; no Indian culture whatsoever; men; poor people; voluntarily homeless youths; women; drugs; sex; Indian dads in cold foreign countries; vomit; boys; girl's hostels; girls; future tense; the Tropicool Icy-Land Urban Indian Slum; ash, and the people who eat ash; authentic village life written from a privileged English-speaking perspective; homosexuals; white people; references to Rajinikanth; non-italicized Tamil words; whores; brain aneurysms; Western dance in South Indian women's colleges; Pazhani; floods; shapeshifters; men named Kathir; minty-fresh non-cola cola; and wannabe Naxalites.< Less
The Rainy Bread: Poems from Exile By Maja Trochimczyk
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“The Rainy Bread: Poems of Exile” includes 30 poems about forgotten stories of Poles living in the Eastern Borderlands of Kresy, who were killed, deported, imprisoned, or oppressed after... More > the invasion of Poland by the Soviet Union on September 17, 1939. Some of these brief portraits capture the trauma and resilience, ordeals and miraculous survival stories of the author’s immediate family. Their experiences of displacement, hunger, cold, and poverty during the war are typical of Polish civilians. These fictionalized memories are coupled with depictions of survival of other Poles deported to Siberia, the Arctic Circle, or Kazakhstan; who left the Soviet Union with the Second Corps of the Polish Army under the command of General Władysław Anders; were transported to refugee camps in India or Africa; and ended up in Argentina, Canada, Australia or the U.S. The book is a companion to “Slicing the Bread” (2014), with which it shares some poems, including vignettes from the author’s childhood in Warsaw.< Less

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Our World Our World By Deleah Payne
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