Journey Through 1971: My Story
Academic Press and Publishers Limited, 2004 - 358 pages
Autobiographical reminiscences about her youth of a 20th century author from Bangladesh; includes reminiscences of her days through 1971 Bangladesh liberation war while staying in Pakistan.
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The journey begins
The journey takes me to West Pakistan
The horrendous journey to the concentration camp
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