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Into the Sunlight Life After the Iron Curtain by Roger Rapoport

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Published by Heyday Books .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Economic conditions,
  • Social conditions,
  • Europe, Eastern,
  • Social Situations And Conditions,
  • 1989-,
  • History,
  • Politics/International Relations

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages104
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8360526M
ISBN 100930588495
ISBN 109780930588496
OCLC/WorldCa23153341

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  Among his bestselling books are biographies of Bill Clinton, Barack Obama, Roberto Clemente, and Vince Lombardi, and a trilogy about the s—Rome ; Once in a Great City (winner of the RFK Book Prize); and They Marched into Sunlight (winner of the J. Anthony Lucas Prize and Pulitzer Finalist in History)/5(9). They Marched into Sunlight focused on two eventsone in Vietnam, one at UW-Madisonin October Since Maraniss finished his book and it was published in the early s, more scholars, journalists, and It took me a while to finish this book/5. A finalist for the Pulitzer Prize for History, They Marched into Sunlight won the J. Anthony Lukas Book Prize. The book jumps back and forth between three settings. The first is the Long Nguyen Secret Zone, an area of thick jungle where U.S. service members belonging to the 1st Infantry Division are led into a Viet Cong ambush. Stepping into Sunlight records Penny's heartbreaking journey back towards her normal self after she is involved in a violent crime. Each day is a struggle against depression, stress, fear and expectations as she tries to be the mother her son needs and a strong wife for her deployed husband/5.

The epic story of Vietnam and the sixties told through the events of a few gripping, passionate days of war and peace in October They Marched Into Sunlight brings that tumultuous time back to life while exploring questions about the meaning of dissent and the official manipulation of truth, issues as relevant today as they were decades ago. At its best, They Marched Into Sunlight is wonderful reporting. The military part, the story of the 2/28 (second battalion of the 28th infantry regiment) Black Lions walking into the ambush that day, recalls some of the very best nonfiction writing of the has added one more uncommonly readable book to what is already a rich literature of a difficult chapter in American life. David Maraniss' Vietnam War-era book, They Marched Into Sunlight, encompasses two days in October , weaving together the ambush of a battalion of American soldiers in Vietnam, an anti-war protest turned violent at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and the federal officials' response in Washington dance, Into Sunlight, premiered both at UW-Madison in , as well as at Hofstra. Among his bestselling books are biographies of Bill Clinton, Barack Obama, Roberto Clemente, and Vince Lombardi, and a trilogy about the s—Rome ; Once in a Great City (winner of the RFK Book Prize); and They Marched into Sunlight (winner of Released on: Octo

THEY MARCHED INTO SUNLIGHT. War and Peace, Vietnam and America--October by David Maraniss. BUY NOW FROM Each week, our editors select the one author and one book they believe to be most worthy of your attention and highlight them in our Pro Connect email : David Maraniss.   Into Sunlight Robin Becker’s dancers perform her piece, based on a book about an ambush in Vietnam and an antiwar protest at home, both in Credit Andrea Mohin/The New York Times.   The book’s title is taken from Bruce Weigl’s war poem “Elegy”: Into sunlight they marched, Into dog day, into no saints day, And were cut down. They marched without knowing How the air would be sucked from their lungs, How their lungs would collapse, How the world would twist itself, would Bend into the cruel angle. Into Sunlight – The Film combines the dance performance, historic events in Vietnam, and student protests on the University of Wisconsin campus into a powerful documentary. Director Ron Honsa weaves choreography and archival footage with interviews with Robin Becker, David Maraniss and key figures from the book.