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A Walk in My Shoes: Our Lives of Hope

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Here are the life stories of eighteen people who, but for this book, would live out their lives in obscurity. From Ale to Ubaldo, these men and women of rural Honduras give us their stories, their struggles, and their triumphs in their own voices. Diane Karper has interviewed the subjects over the period of two years. Through many tears and smiles she has recorded their stories and then endeavored to render them into English while retaining the individual character of each. The result takes the North American reader into a world scarcely imaginable.

Product Details

ISBN:
9780911469356
Publisher:
Alan C. Hood & Company
Subject:
Honduras
Author:
Karper, Diane
Subject:
Hope
Subject:
Religious
Subject:
Philanthropy & Charity
Subject:
Latin America - Central America
Subject:
Biography-Religious
Publication Date:
20100931
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Y
Pages:
96

Related Subjects

Biography » Religious
History and Social Science » Latin America » Honduras
History and Social Science » Sociology » General
History and Social Science » World History » Central America

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"Synopsis" by , Here are the life stories of eighteen people who, but for this book, would live out their lives in obscurity. From Ale to Ubaldo, these men and women of rural Honduras give us their stories, their struggles, and their triumphs in their own voices. Diane Karper has interviewed the subjects over the period of two years. Through many tears and smiles she has recorded their stories and then endeavored to render them into English while retaining the individual character of each. The result takes the North American reader into a world scarcely imaginable.
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