Hearts of Sorrow: Vietnamese-American Lives

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Stanford University Press, 1989 - History - 446 pages
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The first-person narratives in this book provide a glimpse into the personal lives of fourteen Vietnamese-Americans who were devastated by war and the refugee experience but who were able to create new lives in a new cultural environment.
  

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Contents

Introduction
3
Introduction
27
19631979
100
Introduction
111
1946
136
War with the Americans and
181
Introduction
199
19761979
224
Communist Intimidation of
279
Introduction
291
Better to Die at Sea Than to
303
Brutality in a Thai Refugee
343
Introduction
353
1984
424
Bibliography
441
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