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619, 636 Reasons Why

Reasons Why Published in commemoration of the Great War Centennial Reasons Why is the author s promise of Remembrance Numbering a symbolic pages this anthology is small yet nevertheless impactful

  • Title: 619, 636 Reasons Why
  • Author: J. Neven-Pugh
  • ISBN: 9780988031227
  • Page: 497
  • Format: Paperback
  • Published in commemoration of the Great War Centennial, 619, 636 Reasons Why is the author s promise of Remembrance Numbering a symbolic 100 pages, this anthology is small yet nevertheless impactful, reflecting on the reasons why Canadians participated in the First World War Consisting of 14 poems and one short story, the collection follows the war chronologically, depPublished in commemoration of the Great War Centennial, 619, 636 Reasons Why is the author s promise of Remembrance Numbering a symbolic 100 pages, this anthology is small yet nevertheless impactful, reflecting on the reasons why Canadians participated in the First World War Consisting of 14 poems and one short story, the collection follows the war chronologically, depicting the narrator to be in a dream while lying amongst the stones of the Vimy Memorial in France Filled with insight and heart, the anthology reflects on the impact the First World War had on both the Front Lines and the Home Front My biggest hope for this work is that it will help others to remember the sacrifices made for our freedom, and even so to remember that the men, women, and children all involved in and affected by this era were not just statistics they were people just like we are, with the same hopes, dreams, and very imminent fears Neven PughA poignant debut in the poetic and historical genre, 619, 636 Reasons Why is a passionate declaration to history a promise to those at rest For it is To be remembered

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    1. A review from an amiable coffee companion:EVEN IN WAR, HATE NEED NOT PREVAIL, SAYS COCHRANE AUTHORFFEE WITH WARREN, with Warren HarbeckCochrane Eagle, November 6, 2014“The men…were not pitted against each other by hatred.” —J. Neven-Pugh, from 619,636 Reasons WhyLisa enquires about the box above her grandfather’s fireplace. Grandfather says it contains military mementos from her great-grandfather’s time in World War I. He also recounts how the box, which had belonged to a comrade of [...]

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