Last Night I Dreamed of Peace: The Diary of Dang Thuy Tram

Last Night I Dreamed of Peace: The Diary of Dang Thuy Tram


“Remarkable. . . . a present from a heroine who used to be killed at twenty-seven yet whose voice has survived to remind us of the humanity and decency that suffer amid—and despite—the horror and chaos of war.”
—Francine Prose, O, The Oprah Magazine

Brutally sincere and wealthy intimately, this posthumously released diary of a twenty-seven-year-old Vietcong girl health care provider, stored from destruction via an American soldier, offers us clean perception into the lives of these combating at the different facet of the Vietnam warfare. it's a tale of the fight for one’s beliefs amid the melancholy and grief of warfare, yet such a lot of all, it's a tale of desire within the so much dire circumstances.

“As a lot a drama of emotions as a drama of war.”
—Seth Mydans, New York Times

“A publication to be learn by means of and incorporated in any path at the literature of the warfare. . . . an immense contribution.”
Chicago Tribune

“An illuminating photograph of what existence used to be like one of the enemy guerrillas, specially within the clinical community.”
—The VVA Veteran, reliable e-book of Vietnam Veterans of the US

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