Do Angels Cry? by Matko Marusic
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Do Angels Cry?
By Matko Marusic

Do Angels Cry?

Tales of the War

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Translated by Graham McMaster See other recent books by Graham McMaster
Format: Paperback / softback

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Do Angels Cry? by Matko Marusic

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The soul of Croatia and its people overcome the savageries of war through the innocence of children, the laughter of families, and the determination of soldiers. From romance in a bomb shelter to a 45-year-old man struggling to contribute to the defense of his country, the stories of Do Angels Cry? illuminate the love and dedication of the Croatian people. Author Matko Marusic has a unique perspective on the images of the war gained from his service documenting the civilian experience during the 1990s. Do Angels Cry? was originally published in Croatia and Great Britain.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9781932010237
ISBN-10: 1932010238
Format: Paperback / softback
(227mm x 154mm x 10mm)
Pages: 159
Imprint: Ooligan Press
Publisher: Ooligan Press
Publish Date: 1-Dec-2008
Country of Publication: United States


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