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Judith Beyer, Zemfira Inogamova

Published by Bishkek: Gulchinar (2010)

ISBN 10: 9967259353ISBN 13: 9789967259355

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From: Joseph Burridge Books (London, United Kingdom)

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About this Item: Bishkek: Gulchinar, 2010. Hardcover. Condition: Fine. 95 pages (In Kyrgyz (Cyrillic) ; summary in English.). Baiyz Apa (kyrg. Mother Baiyz ) is an elderly Kyrgyz woman born in 1927 in northwestern Kyrgyzstan. The book serves as an extraordinary example of the lives of many Kyrgyz elders who have witnessed the beginning as well as the demise of the Soviet Union. The book consists of five sections: Childhood, School and War Times, Marriage and Family, Life in the Kolkhoz, and a concluding section in which she reflects on the years gone by. The story is told in Baiyz Apa s own words and structured in a chronological way according to her own suggestions. Seller Inventory # 2dk15

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