Paradise Found, and Lost: Odyssey in Chile

Eva Krutein's adventure continues with the family's nine years in Chile, where they are warmed by the beauty of the land and the openness of the people. Eva is sensitive to social injustice and machismo, and senses the pending violence of revolution and counter-revolution. As in part 1 of the Krutein memoir, "Eva's War," we see important world events from a new perspective. More

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Available 2014-08-15
$8.99 USD

Published by Amador Publishers
Words: 74,230
Language: English
ISBN: 9780938513476
About Eva Krutein

Eva Krutein, a native of Danzig (now Gdansk), has been a music teacher, opera coach, composer (piano and harpsichord), writer, concert and book reviewer. She and her family emigrated from Germany to Chile, and later from there to California, where she continues to reside.

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