14 Books by Women in Translation 2019 (Novels & Short Stories)

Does this sound like you? If so, look no further; we have compiled a list of the 20 best book blogs to follow in 2020. The blogs below specialize in genres and topics of all sorts, and there is sure to be something on this list for every kind of book enthusiast. Without further ado, check out Scribendi’s updated list of the 20 best book blogs to follow in 2020!

10 Gorgeous book blogs to follow. Pleasing aesthetics, amazing recommendations, clean and easy to navigate designs—perusing these is equivalent to bookstore browsing

Anna Monthie

If you’re anything like us, then your passion for reading and writing doesn’t end with the novels on your shelf or the scrawls in your notebook—you’re always interested in what’s going on in the literary world, from the latest publishing news to interviews with authors and writing advice columns.

WHAT’S HOT BLOG

Laura is one of my oldest friends on Instagram and I love how wonderfully she juggles her career as a lawyer with travel, café hops and truckloads of books. She is also one of the sweetest and most helpful people out there, always willing to give out advice, help you when you are stuck for inspiration or even to have a quick chat about a book.

BOOK AND BAO

I discovered Juliet’s stunning blog recently. I was very much drawn by her beautiful, well styled pictures. If you need a crash course on book photography.

  • Light comes from the sky.
  • Smart phones are a massive energy drain.
  • Buy ContentBerg for your blog.

Spend a few minutes browsing her photos. Minutes will turn into hours, I warn you from experience. Juliet is a part time editor who loves books, and quietness of cities. She enjoys exploring the neighbourhood for good coffeeshops

IMAGE SHOULD BE DARK

I first came across The Ardent Biblio when I was featured along with them in Blogosphere-Issue 19. I immediately fell in love with the clean, minimal website and striking.

  1. The image should be dark, and not have a lot of contrast-y edges.
  2. The text has to be white — I dare you to find a counter-example that’s clean and simple. Seriously. Just one.
  3. Test it at every screen/window size to make sure it’s legible.

breath taking pictures where the books look so good that you can almost eat them. For example LOOK at this Fall publishing preview 2020 (have you ever seen anything more gorgeous? Good food and shiny, new books?). 

IMAGE SHOULD BE DARK

Don’t forget about Scribendi’s very own blog, which provides writers with all the guidance and tools they need to perfect their writing. Our articles cover every stage of the writing process, from planning and drafting any type of academic document to revising and finalizing it. Whether you’re looking for grammar tips, writing resources, or advice on any facet of the written word, Scribendi’s blog is the place for writers to perfect their craft.

Happy reading!

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Of buildings and cultural nuances — two excellent novels set in India

Does this sound like you? If so, look no further; we have compiled a list of the 20 best book blogs to follow in 2020. The blogs below specialize in genres and topics of all sorts, and there is sure to be something on this list for every kind of book enthusiast. Without further ado, check out Scribendi’s updated list of the 20 best book blogs to follow in 2020!

10 Gorgeous book blogs to follow. Pleasing aesthetics, amazing recommendations, clean and easy to navigate designs—perusing these is equivalent to bookstore browsing

Anna Monthie

If you’re anything like us, then your passion for reading and writing doesn’t end with the novels on your shelf or the scrawls in your notebook—you’re always interested in what’s going on in the literary world, from the latest publishing news to interviews with authors and writing advice columns.

WHAT’S HOT BLOG

Laura is one of my oldest friends on Instagram and I love how wonderfully she juggles her career as a lawyer with travel, café hops and truckloads of books. She is also one of the sweetest and most helpful people out there, always willing to give out advice, help you when you are stuck for inspiration or even to have a quick chat about a book.

BOOK AND BAO

I discovered Juliet’s stunning blog recently. I was very much drawn by her beautiful, well styled pictures. If you need a crash course on book photography.

  • Light comes from the sky.
  • Smart phones are a massive energy drain.
  • Buy ContentBerg for your blog.

Spend a few minutes browsing her photos. Minutes will turn into hours, I warn you from experience. Juliet is a part time editor who loves books, and quietness of cities. She enjoys exploring the neighbourhood for good coffeeshops

IMAGE SHOULD BE DARK

I first came across The Ardent Biblio when I was featured along with them in Blogosphere-Issue 19. I immediately fell in love with the clean, minimal website and striking.

  1. The image should be dark, and not have a lot of contrast-y edges.
  2. The text has to be white — I dare you to find a counter-example that’s clean and simple. Seriously. Just one.
  3. Test it at every screen/window size to make sure it’s legible.

breath taking pictures where the books look so good that you can almost eat them. For example LOOK at this Fall publishing preview 2020 (have you ever seen anything more gorgeous? Good food and shiny, new books?). 

IMAGE SHOULD BE DARK

Don’t forget about Scribendi’s very own blog, which provides writers with all the guidance and tools they need to perfect their writing. Our articles cover every stage of the writing process, from planning and drafting any type of academic document to revising and finalizing it. Whether you’re looking for grammar tips, writing resources, or advice on any facet of the written word, Scribendi’s blog is the place for writers to perfect their craft.

Happy reading!

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Book Subscription Boxes From India That Should Be On Your Radar

Does this sound like you? If so, look no further; we have compiled a list of the 20 best book blogs to follow in 2020. The blogs below specialize in genres and topics of all sorts, and there is sure to be something on this list for every kind of book enthusiast. Without further ado, check out Scribendi’s updated list of the 20 best book blogs to follow in 2020!

10 Gorgeous book blogs to follow. Pleasing aesthetics, amazing recommendations, clean and easy to navigate designs—perusing these is equivalent to bookstore browsing

Anna Monthie

If you’re anything like us, then your passion for reading and writing doesn’t end with the novels on your shelf or the scrawls in your notebook—you’re always interested in what’s going on in the literary world, from the latest publishing news to interviews with authors and writing advice columns.

WHAT’S HOT BLOG

Laura is one of my oldest friends on Instagram and I love how wonderfully she juggles her career as a lawyer with travel, café hops and truckloads of books. She is also one of the sweetest and most helpful people out there, always willing to give out advice, help you when you are stuck for inspiration or even to have a quick chat about a book.

BOOK AND BAO

I discovered Juliet’s stunning blog recently. I was very much drawn by her beautiful, well styled pictures. If you need a crash course on book photography.

  • Light comes from the sky.
  • Smart phones are a massive energy drain.
  • Buy ContentBerg for your blog.

Spend a few minutes browsing her photos. Minutes will turn into hours, I warn you from experience. Juliet is a part time editor who loves books, and quietness of cities. She enjoys exploring the neighbourhood for good coffeeshops

IMAGE SHOULD BE DARK

I first came across The Ardent Biblio when I was featured along with them in Blogosphere-Issue 19. I immediately fell in love with the clean, minimal website and striking.

  1. The image should be dark, and not have a lot of contrast-y edges.
  2. The text has to be white — I dare you to find a counter-example that’s clean and simple. Seriously. Just one.
  3. Test it at every screen/window size to make sure it’s legible.

breath taking pictures where the books look so good that you can almost eat them. For example LOOK at this Fall publishing preview 2020 (have you ever seen anything more gorgeous? Good food and shiny, new books?). 

IMAGE SHOULD BE DARK

Don’t forget about Scribendi’s very own blog, which provides writers with all the guidance and tools they need to perfect their writing. Our articles cover every stage of the writing process, from planning and drafting any type of academic document to revising and finalizing it. Whether you’re looking for grammar tips, writing resources, or advice on any facet of the written word, Scribendi’s blog is the place for writers to perfect their craft.

Happy reading!

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Bookshops In India Carrying Out Home Delivery

Does this sound like you? If so, look no further; we have compiled a list of the 20 best book blogs to follow in 2020. The blogs below specialize in genres and topics of all sorts, and there is sure to be something on this list for every kind of book enthusiast. Without further ado, check out Scribendi’s updated list of the 20 best book blogs to follow in 2020!

10 Gorgeous book blogs to follow. Pleasing aesthetics, amazing recommendations, clean and easy to navigate designs—perusing these is equivalent to bookstore browsing

Anna Monthie

If you’re anything like us, then your passion for reading and writing doesn’t end with the novels on your shelf or the scrawls in your notebook—you’re always interested in what’s going on in the literary world, from the latest publishing news to interviews with authors and writing advice columns.

WHAT’S HOT BLOG

Laura is one of my oldest friends on Instagram and I love how wonderfully she juggles her career as a lawyer with travel, café hops and truckloads of books. She is also one of the sweetest and most helpful people out there, always willing to give out advice, help you when you are stuck for inspiration or even to have a quick chat about a book.

BOOK AND BAO

I discovered Juliet’s stunning blog recently. I was very much drawn by her beautiful, well styled pictures. If you need a crash course on book photography.

  • Light comes from the sky.
  • Smart phones are a massive energy drain.
  • Buy ContentBerg for your blog.

Spend a few minutes browsing her photos. Minutes will turn into hours, I warn you from experience. Juliet is a part time editor who loves books, and quietness of cities. She enjoys exploring the neighbourhood for good coffeeshops

IMAGE SHOULD BE DARK

I first came across The Ardent Biblio when I was featured along with them in Blogosphere-Issue 19. I immediately fell in love with the clean, minimal website and striking.

  1. The image should be dark, and not have a lot of contrast-y edges.
  2. The text has to be white — I dare you to find a counter-example that’s clean and simple. Seriously. Just one.
  3. Test it at every screen/window size to make sure it’s legible.

breath taking pictures where the books look so good that you can almost eat them. For example LOOK at this Fall publishing preview 2020 (have you ever seen anything more gorgeous? Good food and shiny, new books?). 

IMAGE SHOULD BE DARK

Don’t forget about Scribendi’s very own blog, which provides writers with all the guidance and tools they need to perfect their writing. Our articles cover every stage of the writing process, from planning and drafting any type of academic document to revising and finalizing it. Whether you’re looking for grammar tips, writing resources, or advice on any facet of the written word, Scribendi’s blog is the place for writers to perfect their craft.

Happy reading!

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The Ultimate List Of New Malayalam Movies To Watch Right Now (Hotstar)

Does this sound like you? If so, look no further; we have compiled a list of the 20 best book blogs to follow in 2020. The blogs below specialize in genres and topics of all sorts, and there is sure to be something on this list for every kind of book enthusiast. Without further ado, check out Scribendi’s updated list of the 20 best book blogs to follow in 2020!

10 Gorgeous book blogs to follow. Pleasing aesthetics, amazing recommendations, clean and easy to navigate designs—perusing these is equivalent to bookstore browsing

Anna Monthie

If you’re anything like us, then your passion for reading and writing doesn’t end with the novels on your shelf or the scrawls in your notebook—you’re always interested in what’s going on in the literary world, from the latest publishing news to interviews with authors and writing advice columns.

WHAT’S HOT BLOG

Laura is one of my oldest friends on Instagram and I love how wonderfully she juggles her career as a lawyer with travel, café hops and truckloads of books. She is also one of the sweetest and most helpful people out there, always willing to give out advice, help you when you are stuck for inspiration or even to have a quick chat about a book.

BOOK AND BAO

I discovered Juliet’s stunning blog recently. I was very much drawn by her beautiful, well styled pictures. If you need a crash course on book photography.

  • Light comes from the sky.
  • Smart phones are a massive energy drain.
  • Buy ContentBerg for your blog.

Spend a few minutes browsing her photos. Minutes will turn into hours, I warn you from experience. Juliet is a part time editor who loves books, and quietness of cities. She enjoys exploring the neighbourhood for good coffeeshops

IMAGE SHOULD BE DARK

I first came across The Ardent Biblio when I was featured along with them in Blogosphere-Issue 19. I immediately fell in love with the clean, minimal website and striking.

  1. The image should be dark, and not have a lot of contrast-y edges.
  2. The text has to be white — I dare you to find a counter-example that’s clean and simple. Seriously. Just one.
  3. Test it at every screen/window size to make sure it’s legible.

breath taking pictures where the books look so good that you can almost eat them. For example LOOK at this Fall publishing preview 2020 (have you ever seen anything more gorgeous? Good food and shiny, new books?). 

IMAGE SHOULD BE DARK

Don’t forget about Scribendi’s very own blog, which provides writers with all the guidance and tools they need to perfect their writing. Our articles cover every stage of the writing process, from planning and drafting any type of academic document to revising and finalizing it. Whether you’re looking for grammar tips, writing resources, or advice on any facet of the written word, Scribendi’s blog is the place for writers to perfect their craft.

Happy reading!

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The Best Malayalam Movies Streaming On Amazon Prime

Does this sound like you? If so, look no further; we have compiled a list of the 20 best book blogs to follow in 2020. The blogs below specialize in genres and topics of all sorts, and there is sure to be something on this list for every kind of book enthusiast. Without further ado, check out Scribendi’s updated list of the 20 best book blogs to follow in 2020!

10 Gorgeous book blogs to follow. Pleasing aesthetics, amazing recommendations, clean and easy to navigate designs—perusing these is equivalent to bookstore browsing

Anna Monthie

If you’re anything like us, then your passion for reading and writing doesn’t end with the novels on your shelf or the scrawls in your notebook—you’re always interested in what’s going on in the literary world, from the latest publishing news to interviews with authors and writing advice columns.

WHAT’S HOT BLOG

Laura is one of my oldest friends on Instagram and I love how wonderfully she juggles her career as a lawyer with travel, café hops and truckloads of books. She is also one of the sweetest and most helpful people out there, always willing to give out advice, help you when you are stuck for inspiration or even to have a quick chat about a book.

BOOK AND BAO

I discovered Juliet’s stunning blog recently. I was very much drawn by her beautiful, well styled pictures. If you need a crash course on book photography.

  • Light comes from the sky.
  • Smart phones are a massive energy drain.
  • Buy ContentBerg for your blog.

Spend a few minutes browsing her photos. Minutes will turn into hours, I warn you from experience. Juliet is a part time editor who loves books, and quietness of cities. She enjoys exploring the neighbourhood for good coffeeshops

IMAGE SHOULD BE DARK

I first came across The Ardent Biblio when I was featured along with them in Blogosphere-Issue 19. I immediately fell in love with the clean, minimal website and striking.

  1. The image should be dark, and not have a lot of contrast-y edges.
  2. The text has to be white — I dare you to find a counter-example that’s clean and simple. Seriously. Just one.
  3. Test it at every screen/window size to make sure it’s legible.

breath taking pictures where the books look so good that you can almost eat them. For example LOOK at this Fall publishing preview 2020 (have you ever seen anything more gorgeous? Good food and shiny, new books?). 

IMAGE SHOULD BE DARK

Don’t forget about Scribendi’s very own blog, which provides writers with all the guidance and tools they need to perfect their writing. Our articles cover every stage of the writing process, from planning and drafting any type of academic document to revising and finalizing it. Whether you’re looking for grammar tips, writing resources, or advice on any facet of the written word, Scribendi’s blog is the place for writers to perfect their craft.

Happy reading!

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9 Best Literary & Books Newsletters To Subscribe (FREE)

Does this sound like you? If so, look no further; we have compiled a list of the 20 best book blogs to follow in 2020. The blogs below specialize in genres and topics of all sorts, and there is sure to be something on this list for every kind of book enthusiast. Without further ado, check out Scribendi’s updated list of the 20 best book blogs to follow in 2020!

10 Gorgeous book blogs to follow. Pleasing aesthetics, amazing recommendations, clean and easy to navigate designs—perusing these is equivalent to bookstore browsing

Anna Monthie

If you’re anything like us, then your passion for reading and writing doesn’t end with the novels on your shelf or the scrawls in your notebook—you’re always interested in what’s going on in the literary world, from the latest publishing news to interviews with authors and writing advice columns.

WHAT’S HOT BLOG

Laura is one of my oldest friends on Instagram and I love how wonderfully she juggles her career as a lawyer with travel, café hops and truckloads of books. She is also one of the sweetest and most helpful people out there, always willing to give out advice, help you when you are stuck for inspiration or even to have a quick chat about a book.

BOOK AND BAO

I discovered Juliet’s stunning blog recently. I was very much drawn by her beautiful, well styled pictures. If you need a crash course on book photography.

  • Light comes from the sky.
  • Smart phones are a massive energy drain.
  • Buy ContentBerg for your blog.

Spend a few minutes browsing her photos. Minutes will turn into hours, I warn you from experience. Juliet is a part time editor who loves books, and quietness of cities. She enjoys exploring the neighbourhood for good coffeeshops

IMAGE SHOULD BE DARK

I first came across The Ardent Biblio when I was featured along with them in Blogosphere-Issue 19. I immediately fell in love with the clean, minimal website and striking.

  1. The image should be dark, and not have a lot of contrast-y edges.
  2. The text has to be white — I dare you to find a counter-example that’s clean and simple. Seriously. Just one.
  3. Test it at every screen/window size to make sure it’s legible.

breath taking pictures where the books look so good that you can almost eat them. For example LOOK at this Fall publishing preview 2020 (have you ever seen anything more gorgeous? Good food and shiny, new books?). 

IMAGE SHOULD BE DARK

Don’t forget about Scribendi’s very own blog, which provides writers with all the guidance and tools they need to perfect their writing. Our articles cover every stage of the writing process, from planning and drafting any type of academic document to revising and finalizing it. Whether you’re looking for grammar tips, writing resources, or advice on any facet of the written word, Scribendi’s blog is the place for writers to perfect their craft.

Happy reading!

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A Murderous Beauty, Her Loyal Sister And A Few Corpses

Does this sound like you? If so, look no further; we have compiled a list of the 20 best book blogs to follow in 2020. The blogs below specialize in genres and topics of all sorts, and there is sure to be something on this list for every kind of book enthusiast. Without further ado, check out Scribendi’s updated list of the 20 best book blogs to follow in 2020!

10 Gorgeous book blogs to follow. Pleasing aesthetics, amazing recommendations, clean and easy to navigate designs—perusing these is equivalent to bookstore browsing

Anna Monthie

If you’re anything like us, then your passion for reading and writing doesn’t end with the novels on your shelf or the scrawls in your notebook—you’re always interested in what’s going on in the literary world, from the latest publishing news to interviews with authors and writing advice columns.

WHAT’S HOT BLOG

Laura is one of my oldest friends on Instagram and I love how wonderfully she juggles her career as a lawyer with travel, café hops and truckloads of books. She is also one of the sweetest and most helpful people out there, always willing to give out advice, help you when you are stuck for inspiration or even to have a quick chat about a book.

BOOK AND BAO

I discovered Juliet’s stunning blog recently. I was very much drawn by her beautiful, well styled pictures. If you need a crash course on book photography.

  • Light comes from the sky.
  • Smart phones are a massive energy drain.
  • Buy ContentBerg for your blog.

Spend a few minutes browsing her photos. Minutes will turn into hours, I warn you from experience. Juliet is a part time editor who loves books, and quietness of cities. She enjoys exploring the neighbourhood for good coffeeshops

IMAGE SHOULD BE DARK

I first came across The Ardent Biblio when I was featured along with them in Blogosphere-Issue 19. I immediately fell in love with the clean, minimal website and striking.

  1. The image should be dark, and not have a lot of contrast-y edges.
  2. The text has to be white — I dare you to find a counter-example that’s clean and simple. Seriously. Just one.
  3. Test it at every screen/window size to make sure it’s legible.

breath taking pictures where the books look so good that you can almost eat them. For example LOOK at this Fall publishing preview 2020 (have you ever seen anything more gorgeous? Good food and shiny, new books?). 

IMAGE SHOULD BE DARK

Don’t forget about Scribendi’s very own blog, which provides writers with all the guidance and tools they need to perfect their writing. Our articles cover every stage of the writing process, from planning and drafting any type of academic document to revising and finalizing it. Whether you’re looking for grammar tips, writing resources, or advice on any facet of the written word, Scribendi’s blog is the place for writers to perfect their craft.

Happy reading!

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New sci-fi & fantasy authors who will wow us in 2021

Does this sound like you? If so, look no further; we have compiled a list of the 20 best book blogs to follow in 2020. The blogs below specialize in genres and topics of all sorts, and there is sure to be something on this list for every kind of book enthusiast. Without further ado, check out Scribendi’s updated list of the 20 best book blogs to follow in 2020!

10 Gorgeous book blogs to follow. Pleasing aesthetics, amazing recommendations, clean and easy to navigate designs—perusing these is equivalent to bookstore browsing

Anna Monthie

If you’re anything like us, then your passion for reading and writing doesn’t end with the novels on your shelf or the scrawls in your notebook—you’re always interested in what’s going on in the literary world, from the latest publishing news to interviews with authors and writing advice columns.

WHAT’S HOT BLOG

Laura is one of my oldest friends on Instagram and I love how wonderfully she juggles her career as a lawyer with travel, café hops and truckloads of books. She is also one of the sweetest and most helpful people out there, always willing to give out advice, help you when you are stuck for inspiration or even to have a quick chat about a book.

BOOK AND BAO

I discovered Juliet’s stunning blog recently. I was very much drawn by her beautiful, well styled pictures. If you need a crash course on book photography.

  • Light comes from the sky.
  • Smart phones are a massive energy drain.
  • Buy ContentBerg for your blog.

Spend a few minutes browsing her photos. Minutes will turn into hours, I warn you from experience. Juliet is a part time editor who loves books, and quietness of cities. She enjoys exploring the neighbourhood for good coffeeshops

IMAGE SHOULD BE DARK

I first came across The Ardent Biblio when I was featured along with them in Blogosphere-Issue 19. I immediately fell in love with the clean, minimal website and striking.

  1. The image should be dark, and not have a lot of contrast-y edges.
  2. The text has to be white — I dare you to find a counter-example that’s clean and simple. Seriously. Just one.
  3. Test it at every screen/window size to make sure it’s legible.

breath taking pictures where the books look so good that you can almost eat them. For example LOOK at this Fall publishing preview 2020 (have you ever seen anything more gorgeous? Good food and shiny, new books?). 

IMAGE SHOULD BE DARK

Don’t forget about Scribendi’s very own blog, which provides writers with all the guidance and tools they need to perfect their writing. Our articles cover every stage of the writing process, from planning and drafting any type of academic document to revising and finalizing it. Whether you’re looking for grammar tips, writing resources, or advice on any facet of the written word, Scribendi’s blog is the place for writers to perfect their craft.

Happy reading!

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Event Detail

Although Kate and Emmie are the main characters, we also meet the other women in the group, such as Emmie’s cousin Julia, who is a doctor. Julia is yet another example of someone who is not as she first appears. Kate has known Julia for over a decade, yet she doesn’t really begin to understand her until they are at the front lines together, where secrets are difficult to keep hidden.

A Man at Arms

by Steven Pressfield

From the acclaimed master of historical fiction comes an epic saga about a reluctant hero, the Roman Empire, and the rise of a new faith.

  • Publication Date: March 25, 2021
  • Genres: FictionHistorical Fiction
  • Hardcover: 336 pages
  • Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company
  • ISBN-10: 0393540979
  • ISBN-13: 9780393540970

Jerusalem and the Sinai desert, first century AD. In the turbulent aftermath of the crucifixion of Jesus, officers of the Roman Empire acquire intelligence of a pilgrim bearing an incendiary letter from a religious fanatic to insurrectionists in Corinth. The content of this letter could bring down the empire.

The Romans hire a former legionary, the solitary man-at-arms, Telamon of Arcadia, to intercept the letter and capture its courier. Telamon operates by a dark code all his own, with no room for noble causes or lofty beliefs. But once he overtakes the courier, something happens that neither he nor the empire could have predicted.

In his first novel of the ancient world in 13 years, the bestselling author of GATES OF FIRE and TIDES OF WAR returns with a gripping saga of conquest and rebellion, bloodshed and faith.

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The Historical Note is of utmost interest, and it is quite intriguing to realize what Willig has accomplished in this fictional tale that is based almost completely on real-life events. In addition to exploring the actions of this group of college-educated women exemplifying bravery, intelligence and valor, Willig has managed to produce a novel that forces us to consider important questions about war, community, sacrifice, friendship, family and love. Several of her characters are unforgettable, and the violence and tattered post-war existence of the survivors is indelibly etched in our minds, as is a beautiful love story.

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