By Anatole Konstantin
In A Red Boyhood -- transforming into up below Stalin, we a kid's perilous trip of survival via war-torn japanese Europe, Nazi career and, because the son of an "enemy of the country" Soviet repression. What occurred to that boy, his courageous and resolute mom, and his little brother at war's finish? Now, the adventure keeps with Anatole Konstantin's love letter to the United States in his new memoir, Through the Eyes of an Immigrant.
As a "displaced person", young Anatole arrives in New York in 1949 in pursuit of attaining the yankee Dream. Often elusive although that dream should be, we cheer as he overcomes, with humor and optimism, the hindrances and demanding situations of assimilation. via his own event of getting persevered the tough realities of residing in a totalitarian country, we see mid-century international and American occasions via his discerning observations to realize new realizing of ways Soviet propaganda ensnared a iteration of yank intellectuals to changing into sympathetic to the reason for Communism.
With an array of characters, Through the Eyes of an Immigrant will have you ever giggling, and now and then, marveling at how a tender man's patience, expertise, exertions, love of family members ̶ and a bit of of good fortune ̶ could make a dream come true."
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Through the Eyes of an Immigrant by Anatole Konstantin