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by Charles Fullerton

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ISBN:
0708900259
Author:
Charles Fullerton
Category:
Contemporary
Language:
English
Publisher:
Ulverscroft (July 1, 1977)
Pages:
431 pages
EPUB book:
1989 kb
FB2 book:
1427 kb
DJVU:
1325 kb
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Rating:
4.9
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343


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If Chance a Stranger. by Charles Fullerton. Michael Pritchard was captured by the Japanese in 1941; a period of imprisonment and brutality confirmed his conviction that there could be no understanding or sympathy between Oriental and Western minds. Then came the miracle of escape into the heart of aJapanese family which changed all his ideas. At the risk of their own lives they took him in, half dead, and nursed him back to life. A subtly moving, emotional story. Published by William Sloan Assoc, NY, 1958

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Michael Pritchard was captured by the Japanese in 1941; a period of imprisonment and brutality confirmed his conviction that there could be no understanding or sympathy between Oriental and Western minds. Then came the miracle of escape into the heart of aJapanese family which changed all his ideas. At the risk of their own lives they took him in, half dead, and nursed him back to life. A subtly moving, emotional story.