The Homecoming

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Orchid Press, 2005 - Biography & Autobiography - 73 pages
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Gives the reader glimpses into the author's youth that was punctuated by hardship and loss, and reveals a character determined to succeed, even at the expense of abandoning his country of birth. This work also points to some of the causes of Burma's failure to realise its great potential. A renowned novelist once wrote that one 'can never go home again', but as the author demonstrates in this delightful and subtle account, such is not the case: we can and should cherish our past and, from time to time, we must reaffirm our roots. O'Hara's homecoming to Burma, as he gives us

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Chapter One The Journey Home
Chapter ThreeThe Old Church
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