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Nobody's Son

by Mark Slouka

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The son of Czechoslovakian parents who were smuggled out of their country to escape the Nazis, only to endure postwar Communist purges, traces the experiences of the war's refugees and the author's own efforts to reconnect with his mother through a labyrinth of trauma, displacement, and denial.

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'Nobody's Son': A Memoir Of Childhood, Immigration And A Mother's Love

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