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Vague Souvenir by Claude Lambert, Dominique Elliott

Vague Souvenir: a WWII novel

Marine Leroy is a French child fiercely attached to her tutor. She will be betrayed: her family is divided between Fascists and Resistants and for some, the war turns division into opportunity. Lyman Hall, a young American economist and an envoy of President Roosevelt, dreams of methodologies that would bring world peace and end the Great Depression. These heroes' dreams are shattered, but will any good come out of the war, for us and for them?

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ISBN-13: 9780615335056
Publisher: May Scott Trade Press
Publication date: 05/08/2011
Pages: 332
Product dimensions: 5.06(w) x 7.81(h) x 0.69(d)
Age Range: 18 Years

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claudelambert More than 1 year ago
It is my book, I still like it! I don't always like my books: sometimes it does not come out the way you wanted. In this one, I entered the people I loved, like my first professor of Latin and Greek and of course a man I loved more than anything. And all the stories that my grandparents talked about during world war 2. Sometimes it was about the war, about the Nazis, about how much they loved McAuliffe. Many times it was about things long past. Time was not going as fast as today. Many conversations were more serious than they are in families today; I love TV and my computer, but I know they killed real conversation. Now we just communicate feelings, not ideas. It was not the case when I was a kid: more ideas were brought forth, and the feelings were carefully hidden. My parents were of the modern type, but my grandparents were born under Queen Victoria. My heroes travel from France to Spain and Portugal, to Ireland and Britain: that gives me an opportunity to present the local politics of the time and some politicians I met later in life. I did a lot of research to find the good hotels and restaurants of the time, describe the meals, the perfumes, the ideas. It is a labor of love. The Greatest Generation had his heroes and villains and some terrible temptations. It is there just as I remember it. And yes, there is a story. I wanted to describe what happens to three abused kids when they grow up, and there is a war. It is a different world than today. I hope you enjoy the trip.