In the Crossfire is a translation of Ngo Van's Au pays de la Cloche fêlée (Paris: L'Insomniaque, 2000)
and of excerpts from Ngo Van's Au pays d'Héloïse
It has been edited by Ken Knabb and Hélène Fleury and
translated by Hélène Fleury, Hilary Horrocks, Ken Knabb and Naomi Sager.
Copyright 2010 by Ken Knabb and Hélène Fleury. Noncommercial reproductions
of any portions of this book are freely permitted, and in fact heartily encouraged.
For commercial reproductions, please contact AK Press.
Go to the first ten pages of the book, Titles, Notes, Contents, and Introductions by Ken Knabb and Hélène Fleury
Wed, 1 Sep 2010, from Ken Knabb:
Just out: Ngo Van's IN THE CROSSFIRE: Adventures of a Vietnamese Revolutionary
Ngo Van's IN THE CROSSFIRE is one of those rare books like Voline's "The Unknown Revolution" or Orwell's "Homage to Catalonia" that almost single-handedly
of hidden history sublime moments when people break through the bounds of the "possible" and strive to create a
life worthy of their deepest dreams and aspirations.
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