White flash, black rain: women of Japan relive the bomb
The voices in this powerful collection of poetry and prose refute the assumption that the devastation unleashed on Hiroshima and Nagasaki ended with the war. Their words echo the refrain that the ravages of war live on in the body and soul, in victim and victor.
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