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Black glasses like Clark Kent
After her Uncle"s suicide, Terese Svoboda investigates his stunning claim that MPs may have executed their own men during the occupation of Japan after World War II.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 197-222).
|Other titles||GI"s secret from postwar Japan|
|LC Classifications||D802.J3 S86 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||225 p. :|
|Number of Pages||225|
|LC Control Number||2007925191|
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BLACK GLASSES LIKE CLARK KENT is a personal journey of discovery. An uncle's WWII secret unravels and the author and reader are into an unexpected journey in geography and history. Everyone in the United States needs to read this book.
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Poet and novelist Svoboda (Tin God,etc.) chronicles her uncle’s odyssey in occupied Japan and unearths some troubling truths about the U.S. disjointed nature of her memoir may be connected to the reluctance the author admits feeling when her aging father and uncle pestered her to write about the latter’s month stint as an MP at the close of Author: Terese Svoboda.
Get this from a library. Black glasses like Clark Kent: a GI's secret from postwar Japan. [Terese Svoboda; Graywolf Press.] -- After her Uncle's suicide, Terese Svoboda investigates his stunning claim that MPs may have executed their own men during the occupation of.
In Black Glasses Like Clark Kent, winner of the Graywolf Nonfiction Prize, Svoboda offers a striking and carefully wrought personal account of her uncle's decline sixty years after the war. She intersperses excerpts of her uncle's recordings, letters to his wife, and her own research and shows how the vagaries of military justice and can allow.
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