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Pobeda 1946 A car called victory

Ilmar Taska
Pobeda 1946 A car called victory
Norvik Press
10 righe da pagina 21:

Her husband was a man of principle and wouldn’t have sold himself to the new regime. Not himself, not his companions, not his principles. They had let the last boats to Sweden, the last ships to western Europe, go without them, because every other vessel sas sunk, and the woman didn’t want to lose their son in the waves. Better to live in a bad society than to die on the way to a better one. And was there a better one any more anyway? She had guiltily caught herself thinking how much simpler life would be if she didn’t have to hide her husband in the back room. But now that he was gone, she misses him.

inviato il 13/03/2019
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Eravamo bambini abbastanza

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Carola Susani
Eravamo bambini abbastanza
minumum fax
10 righe da pagina 75:

Perché tornavamo? Perché non siamo scappati? In quel momento avrei detto che non ne avevo il coraggio, temevo che Alex non mi avrebbe seguito, non volevo mettere nei guai Tania e forse neanche Ana. Ma la verità è che stavo bene. Ormai ci voleva un amore più forte, o semplicemente una forza più forte, per portarmi via. Mi ero abituato. Se allora qualcuno mi avesse detto: ormai stai bene con il Raptor, avrei negato, mi sarei ribellato. Scoprire che c'era voluto così poco, pochi giorni, per dimenticare mia madre, mio padre, il bambino che ero stato, mi avrebbe fatto paura.

inviato il 08/09/2017
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Pobeda 1946 A car called victory

Ilmar Taska
Pobeda 1946 A car called victory
Norvik Press
10 righe da pagina 21:

Her husband was a man of principle and wouldn’t have sold himself to the new regime. Not himself, not his companions, not his principles. They had let the last boats to Sweden, the last ships to western Europe, go without them, because every other vessel sas sunk, and the woman didn’t want to lose their son in the waves. Better to live in a bad society than to die on the way to a better one. And was there a better one any more anyway? She had guiltily caught herself thinking how much simpler life would be if she didn’t have to hide her husband in the back room. But now that he was gone, she misses him.

inviato il 13/03/2019
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