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Publisher: Hovey Services
By: P. J. Stewart-HoveyAnna takes us from war ravaged Russia to the 'Blanket rooms' in West Germany, then to Canada where she works as a house-cleaner to support herself,her ailing mother, her daughter and to repay the sponsorship costs of immigrating to Canada. Time and circumstance toughened Anna to the realities of life: however, through her life, Anna has never wavered in her belief in God and the fact that He is looking out for her. Anna is not an embittered woman. Not once in the telling of her story did she cry for herself. She shed tears when she related the dying of her ten month baby, Willie, who starved to death, when she remembered the suffering of her brothers in a Russian prison and when she spoke of a present day child living in Russia who is not getting enough food. Nearing eighty-one years at the telling, Anna revealed an astonishing memory. She related minute details of situations during times that most people would have been too distraught to notice anything.
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