Aftermath: Travels in a Post-War World
In 1953, Farley Mowat, a Canadian infantryman during World War II, returned to Europe, a place he only knew during the ravages of wartime. Together with his wife, he returns to England, France, and Italy to reexamine the past and find hope in the future. This is a unique and compellingly look at a world that has undergone dramatic changes in the last fifty years, described in vintage Farley Mowat style.
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AFTERMATH: Travels in a Post-War WorldUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
Part travelogue, part war memoir, this insubstantial, disjointed reminiscence succeeds as neither. In 1953, buoyed by a book advance, Mowat (Born Naked, 1994, etc.) and his wife, Frances, returned to ... Read full review