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Dawn Patrol

By: Axinn, Donald Everett--Nina & Nat Scammacca, Translators

Price: $10.00

Publisher: New York, USA/Trapani, Sicily, Italy, Coop. Editrice Antigruppo Siciliano /Cross-Cultural Communications: 1992

Edition: Second

Seller ID: CCC02I.1


Selected poems by a flyer about flying, which rise above the constraints of both language and gravity. Axinn is one of the few poets who celebrates the joy of being alive. --Erica Jong View more info

Dawn Patrol

By: Axinn, Donald Everett--Nina & Nat Scammacca, Translators

Price: $20.00

Publisher: New York, USA/Trapani, Sicily, Italy, Coop. Editrice Antigruppo Siciliano /Cross-Cultural Communications: 1992

Edition: Second

Seller ID: CCC02I.2


Selected poems by a flyer about flying, which rise above the constraints of both language and gravity. Axinn is one of the few poets who celebrates the joy of being alive. --Erica Jong View more info

Black Silence

By: Polansky, Paul

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Prague, Czech Republic/New York, USA, GplusG/Cross-Cultural Communiations: 1998

Edition: First

Seller ID: GG/CCC1


In this searing series of oral histories told by victims and Czech guards of the Gypsy deathcamp called Lety in what was Czechoslovakia, what is revealed is how complicit were the Czech people in this monstrous murder of a people. View more info

Memoir from a Swiss Prison

By: Silone, Ignazio—Stanislao G. Pugliese, Translator/Editor

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Merrick, New York, USA, Cross-Cultural Communications: 2006

Edition: First in English Translation from the Italian Original

Seller ID: CCC955.1


"Every man is much more complicated than how he appears and from what he believes himself to be." —Ignazio Silone View more info

Memoir from a Swiss Prison

By: Silone, Ignazio—Stanislao G. Pugliese, Translator/Editor

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Merrick, New York, USA, Cross-Cultural Communications: 2006

Edition: First in English Translation from the Italian Original

Seller ID: CCC955.2


"Every man is much more complicated than how he appears and from what he believes himself to be." —Ignazio Silone View more info