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Voices from Chernobyl

Such is our history. And this is the theme of my books, this is my path, my circles of hell, from man to man.

Her first book The Unwomanly Face of the War came out in It was repeatedly reprinted and sold out in more than two million copies. This novel is made up of monologues of women in the war speaking about the aspects of the World War II that had never been related before.

Another book, The Last Witnesses: the Book of Unchildlike Stories describes personal memories of children during war time. The war seen through women's and children's eyes revealed a whole new world of feelings.

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In the late s, Gao, in his seventies, came into contact with Alexievich's writing for the first time. According to him, in Zinc-Covered Boys, Alexievich "faithfully records, using first-person narratives, the memories of blood and tears among those Russian soldiers, wives, parents and children who have experienced the Afghanistan War".

Among them, Gao was particularly moved by the stories of a group of Russian men in their twenties who died in battle. He subsequently translated and published the book in Simplified Chinese through Kunlun Press in Not long after that, Alexievich had a chance to visit China as part of a Russian group.

After returning to Belarus, she also sent some of her writings to Gao. Although she herself has never experienced war, by gathering and faithfully restoring its details, she has presented war in its most realistic form.

In November , eight months after the earthquake, tsunami and nuclear crisis in Japan, Taiwan's Fullon publishing department of Tai Tien Electric Co.Sitting at kitchen tables, Alexievich coaxes out of the women stories that describe a reality vastly different from the officially sanctioned version. Atul Gawande. Unavailable for download.

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