|Statement||told by Alf Tieze ; written by Karina Wetherbee.|
|Genre||Personal narratives, Austrian., Biography.|
|LC Classifications||D810.C4 T53 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 417 p. :|
|Number of Pages||417|
|ISBN 10||1418414085, 1414054858|
|LC Control Number||2004091014|
The "Minefield of Memories" is a book about the horrors of war, of the power of the human spirit and of ultimate renewal. Karina Wetherbee tells the story of her father's World War II experiences using the genre of creative non-fiction so well that the reader can easily visualize landscapes and scenes and can acutely feel the depth of despair.5/5. “The Minefield of Memories” is a book about Alf Tieze, a colorful, local character. Tieze is the son-in-law of legendary local skiing pioneers, Max and Edna Dercum, and the book is written by their granddaughter, Karina. Among other things, Tieze was an entrepreneur and a past instructor for the Colorado Mountain : Deb Nelson. : The Minefield of Memories: a memoir: pages. Signed by the author. Pictorial cards. Signed by author. Good bright pages. Tea stains to the text block. Card covers square with minimal wear. Creasing to the corners/5(12). Alf Tieze is the author of The Minefield of Memories ( avg rating, 0 ratings, 0 reviews) and The Minefield of Memories ( avg rating, 15 ratings, 4 /5.
The fourth book in a new arc in the New York Times bestselling Amelia Bedelia chapter book series featuring young Amelia Bedelia and her friends! This chapter book is an excellent choice for children who are ready to read independently, and is. For Donovan Pate, the lake town of Evergreen Cove is a minefield of tough memories-including the day he had to let go of Sofie Martin. Years later he still can't forget the taste of her lips and the feel of her killer curves. He knows he's too damaged, that he should stay away for her own good. Minefield, which transfers to and I tell them that we are not writing a history book but dealing in personal memory and if you weren’t at Goose Green then it is not part of your memory. You. “But oh, Saint Louis, such a colored town, a minefield of myth and memory.” During Keene’s years there, St. Louis experienced massive white-flight to the suburbs, hollowing out the city’s economic core, partly a result of the Supreme Court’s ruling Brown v. Board of Education, which led to the desegregation of inner-city schools.
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