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Fiction Friendship


A Young Boy, His Friend & the Russian Revolution

by (author) Dale Eisler

Your Nickel's Worth Publishing
Initial publish date
Jun 2010
Friendship, Literary, World War I
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    Publish Date
    Jun 2010
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In a land laid waste by the First World War, the Bolshevik Revolution, civil war, economic calamity and famine, a young boy tries to cope with a reality of violence and suffering he cannot understand. Together with his friend, he slowly begins to understand the truth of his life in a small, German-speaking village on the Russian steppes. The two share a friendship deepened by the misery endured in an adult world gone mad.

About the author

Dale Eisler is a former journalist, senior federal public service and currently Senior Policy Fellow at the Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy. He is the author of False Expectations and Anton. He lives in Regina.

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