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Louis de Gonzague Cathloic Church parish were the ONLY listed Pierres (father and son), and therefore the elder one necessarily be the same one as the Pierre noted as Julien Leblanc's brother, of 140 Gilman St.
Nashua New Hamphshire, on the reverse side of a photo belonging to Julien's granddaughter, Lena (Moisant) Marcotte.
But his painted maps, charting the dozens of shipwrecks around the Welsh island’s treacherous coast, captured the public’s attention and forced the government of the day into action. As regards A Personal Matter, Lilisin, you will understand the nuances much better than I, as I see that you read a lot of Japanese literature. The Road by Vasily Grossman, translated from the Russian by Robert and Elizabeth Chandler with Olga Mukovnikova (4*) - 373 p. HHh H by Laurent Binet, translated from the French by Sam Taylor (4.5*) - 327 p. The Spirit Catches You and You Fall Down by Anne Fadiman (5*) - 327 p. The Tower, the Zoo, and the Tortoise by Julia Stuart (4*) - 304 p. If you do end up writing a review or just a short opinion paragraph, I'd love to know what you though of Oe's A Personal Matter as I have the book but am waiting for the right mood to read it. We have such a nice community here on LT and Club Read. Although the story of the Warsaw Uprising is well-known, this telling is worth reading for its visual and emotional impact. And by eclectic I mean not sticking to one nationality. Particularly moving was the juxtaposition of black text on white pages with the occasional black page with white text.