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All the Light There Was: Book summary and reviews of All the Light There Was by Nancy Kricorian
All the Light There Was Summary
All the Light There Was is the story of an Armenian family's struggle to survive the Nazi occupation of Paris in the 1940s - a lyrical, finely wrought tale of loyalty, love, and the many faces of resistance.
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"The first-person narrative nails the blend of daily detail and political history... An important addition to the WWII fiction shelves, this is bound to spark discussion." - Booklist
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Nancy Kricorian, author of the novels Zabelle and Dreams of Bread and Fire, is a widely published poet, essayist, and activist. After graduating from Dartmouth, Nancy studied and worked in Paris before earning an MFA in writing at Columbia University.
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