5 edition of A lovely little war found in the catalog.
A lovely little war
A. M. Lorenzen
|Statement||by Angus M. Lorenzen.|
|Genre||Personal narratives, British, Biography|
|LC Classifications||D805.5.S28 L67 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 231 p. :|
|Number of Pages||231|
|LC Control Number||2008926741|
Visually powerful and emotionally potent, Such a Lovely Little War is both a large-scale and intimate study of the Vietnam war as seen through the eyes of the Vietnamese: a turbulent national history interwined with an equally traumatic familial one. Marcelino Truong is an illustrator, painter, and author. Born the son of a Vietnamese diplomat Brand: Arsenal Pulp Press, Limited. Book Reviews Such A Lovely Little War: Saigon () Humor, canny recollections, and keen insight make Truong’s illustrated memoir of Vietnam a fascinating, if cordial, journey.
Such a Lovely Little War (2 books) by. Marcelino Truong, David Homel (Translation) avg rating — ratings. Samoura /5(). Such a Lovely Little War, a graphic memoir, tells the story of the early years of the Vietnam war as seen through the eyes of a young boy name Marco, the son of a Vietnamese diplomat and his French wife.. The Best We Could Do is an intimate look at one family's journey from their war-torn home in Vietnam to the new lives in first novel illuminates what it means to be a refugee and.
Lovely account of men, women, and racial experiences in WW1 Many books I’ve read about WW1 and WW2 have been focused on women OR men. This novel creates a full picture of the war’s effects on women, men, race, and nationalism. A Lovely Little War is Angus Lorenzen's own story told through his childhood eyes. He was a seven-year-old child of privilege born from a setting of comfort and thrust into a Japanese World War II internment camp. Viewed through a prism that distorted the harsh light of wartime reality into a colorful spectrum of childish fantasy.
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"A Lovely Little War" by Angus Lorenzen is one of the best books I have read about children who are prisoners of war. In his book, Mr. Lorenzen, describes his experiences as a child who was a POW held by the Japanese during WWII at Santo Tomas in the Philippines/5(14).
A Lovely Little War by Angus Lorenzen, History Publishing Company. This is a great season for fresh new books with adventures of war and intimate tales of personal intrigue.
In a Japanese prison camp in the Philippines. captured through a young child's eyes, a personal story unfolds from a small boy, Angus Lorenzen/5(14). Visually powerful and emotionally potent, Such a Lovely Little War is both a large-scale and intimate study of the Vietnam war as seen through the eyes of the Vietnamese: a turbulent national history interwined with an equally traumatic familial one.
Marcelino Truong is an illustrator, painter, and author. Born the son of a Vietnamese diplomat /5(15). Such a Lovely Little War: Saigon is a graphic novel written and illustrated by Marcelino Truong and translated by David Homel. It is an autobiographical graphic novel of the early years of the Vietnam War through the eyes of a child, as rendered by the graphic artist he became/5.
-Book Riot. Such a Lovely Little War is a remarkable graphic novel that engages both heart and head, and Truong's artwork provides an abstracted realism that perfectly reinforces both the viewpoint of a six year-old, and the edge-softening effect of memory.
Such a Lovely Little War is a remarkable graphic novel that engages both heart and head, and Truong's artwork provides an abstracted realism that perfectly reinforces both the viewpoint of a six year-old, and the edge-softening effect of memory.
Lovely War is a YA historical fiction novel set during World War I and told from the perspectives of various Greek gods, Aphrodite, the goddess of love, among them.
The book focuses on two couples, Hazel & James, and Collette & Aubrey/5(K). "Julie Berry pens an utter delight in Lovely War, an effervescent confection of a novel filled with humor, tragedy, romance, and one of the best novels I have read all year!" —Kate Quinn, New York Times bestselling author of The Alice Network "This fascinating, gorgeously written novel of World War I will grip you and remind you that the greatest danger is closing our hearts to /5().
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The inspiration for it was my trip to Manila for the 60th anniversary of the Liberation. Lovely War weaves love, loss, jazz, war, Greek gods, and so much more together with relatable and unforgettable characters, against the backdrop of sweeping changes in the lives of millions.
Framing the two epic love stories with Aphrodite pleading her case to Hephaestus adds a timeless quality to the sweeping wartime romance. Visually powerful and emotionally potent, Such a Lovely Little War is both a large-scale and intimate study of the Vietnam war as seen through the eyes of the Vietnamese: a turbulent national history interwined with an equally traumatic familial one.
Marcelino Truong is /5(). : Such a Lovely Little War: Saigon eBook: Truong, Marcelino, Homel, David: Kindle Store/5(15).
A Lovely Little War Life in A Japanese Prison Camp Through the Eyes of A Child (Book): Lorenzen, Angus: Baker & TaylorThe author offers a memoir of his three years in the nortorious Japanese Santo Tomas internment camp in the Philippines where he was sent, at the age of seven, with his mother and sister during World War nt Trade Books IncLife in a World War II Japanese internment.
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Such a Lovely Little War, Marcelino Truong’s memoir of his life as a young boy in Saigon, is a notable contrast. In his alt-comics-style retelling, we’re offered a ringside seat to the conflict with the Viet Cong in the North and the growing American military presence in the South.
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A vivid full-color graphic novel that depicts Saigon in the early years of the Vietnam war () through the eyes Brand: Arsenal Pulp Press. Vancouver, B.C. Arsenal Pulp Press.
pages. Marcelino Truong’s newly translated graphic memoir, Such a Lovely Little War: Saigon –63, the first of two volumes, is a story of events in Saigon in the early s as experienced by the author’s binational family: a French mother, a Vietnamese father, and their four h this occasionally bumpy translation from the.
SUCH A LOVELY LITTLE WAR She continues, “destroying a culture’s books is sentencing it to something worse than death: It is sentencing it to seem as if it never happened.” The author also examines the library’s important role in the city since and the construction of the historic Goodhue Building in Orlean visited the Author: Marcelino Truong.
Marcelino Truong’s new book Such a Lovely Little War illustrates his childhood and family life during the early years of the Vietnam War. His father (a Vietnamese diplomat) and his French mother moved the family to Saigon inwhere his father became President Ngo Dinh Diem’s personal interpreter.
Marcelino (a self taught illustrator) sat down with Ricepaper to explore the .