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As Day Breaks: An Uplifting Story of Beauty in Sky and Earth and Sea for a Creative Child, Halama, Theofil
1 Halama, Theofil As Day Breaks: An Uplifting Story of Beauty in Sky and Earth and Sea for a Creative Child
Merrick, New York, USA Cross-Cultural Communications 2015 0893048321 / 9780893048327 First Hard Cover New Children's Story 7 1/4 x 8 1/2 Hana Čichoňovį and Marek Pra˛įk 
"AS DAY BREAKS is not like any other book for youngsters. This author’s album, consisting of some ten 'early bird' entries, fulfills what it sets out to be: an uplifting excursion for a creative child. Skillfully refined by one with keen insights into our human community, this narrative in verse by Theofil Halama brings us through cosmic depths up to the heights of a bird’s eye view wide open to our daily problems as observed by the grown-up child. Endowed with invention and conspicuous sense of contrast, our author’s playfully optimistic messages prevail throughout this work, befittingly accompanied with the intuitive and distinctive graphic art of Hana Čichoňovį and an equally complementary foreword by Marek Pra˛įk. This work will bring young readers close to faraway places and the scents of the Pacific where Sun and Sea ever remain the best of friends. – Jiřķ Urbanec 
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2 Wastberg, Per, Editor An Anthology of Modern Swedish Literature
Merrick, NY/USA Cross-Cultural Communications 1979 0-89304-701-5 / 9780893047016 First Paperback New Poetry & Prose 6x9, 217 & xxiii pp Bebe Barkan 
In this second in the International P.E.N. Books Anthologies Series, Per Wastberg, noted editor of Sweden's main Socialist newspaper, Dagens Nyheter and celebrated novelist, selected the most au courant poets & writers of Sweden's 70's, translated into English by fellow poets & writers gifted in both languages.  
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3 Wastberg, Per, Editor An Anthology of Modern Swedish Literature
Merrick, NY/USA Cross-Cultural Communications 1979 0-89304-700-7 / 9780893047009 First Hardcover New Poetry & Prose 6 1/4x9 1/4, 217 & xxiii pp Bebe Barkan 
In this second in the International P.E.N. Books Anthologies Series, Per Wastberg, noted editor of Sweden's main Socialist newspaper, Dagens Nyheter and celebrated novelist, selected the most au courant poets & writers of Sweden's 70's, translated into English by fellow poets & writers gifted in both languages. 
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4 Yang, Guija—Youngju Ryu, Translator Strength from Sorrow
Merrick, New York, USA Cross-Cultural Communications 2005 0893047392 / 9780893047399 First in English Translation Hard Cover New Fiction: Stories 5 1/2x8 1/2 Tchouki 
This volume contains five stories—"Mountain Flowers," "The Road to Cheonma Tomb," "An Opportunist," "The Hidden Flower," and "Strength from Sorrow." The title story features a group of teachers who struggle to uphold their consciences as educators in an era of authoritarian politics. In "The Road to Cheonma Tomb," the protagoist searches for a means to come to terms with unforgotten memories of a past trauma and the sense of powerlessness that dominate his present life. "An Opportunist" explores problems inherent to organization of labor and underscores the importance of self-scrutiny in a society driven by the power of rhetoric. "The Hidden Flower" is a a sort of meta-fiction. The narrator is a writer who has been suffering from a prolonged spell of non-productivity. On a trip to a remote temple, she rediscovers the meaning of the writer's craft in a changing world. 
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5 Yang, Guija—Youngju Ryu, Translator Strength from Sorrow
Merrick, New York, USA Cross-Cultural Communications 2005 0893047406 / 9780893047405 First in English Translation Paperback New Fiction: Stories 5 1/2x8 1/2 Tchouki 
This volume contains five stories—"Mountain Flowers," "The Road to Cheonma Tomb," "An Opportunist," "The Hidden Flower," and "Strength from Sorrow." The title story features a group of teachers who struggle to uphold their consciences as educators in an era of authoritarian politics. In "The Road to Cheonma Tomb," the protagoist searches for a means to come to terms with unforgotten memories of a past trauma and the sense of powerlessness that dominate his present life. "An Opportunist" explores problems inherent to organization of labor and underscores the importance of self-scrutiny in a society driven by the power of rhetoric. "The Hidden Flower" is a a sort of meta-fiction. The narrator is a writer who has been suffering from a prolonged spell of non-productivity. On a trip to a remote temple, she rediscovers the meaning of the writer's craft in a changing world. 
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