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Undaunted : my struggle for freedom and survival in Burma
Phan, Zoya.
Personal Author:
First Free Press hardcover edition.
Publication Information:
New York : Free Press, [2010]

Physical Description:
xvii, 284 pages : map ; 24 cm
Zoya Phan escaped the Burmese army in her native jungle and a Thai refugee camp to become the spokesperson of the Free Burma movement.--Publisher description.
General Note:
Previously published: London ; New York : Simon & Schuster, 2009, with title Little daughter : a memoir of survival in Burma and the West.

Includes index.
About Burma -- Burma timeline -- Grandfather Bent Back -- The almost dying -- Touching the pig -- The bamboo people -- The flower children -- River of darkness -- Victory field -- The river spirits -- The naming -- Paradise lost -- Sleeping Dog Mountain -- The river of burning tears -- Under the big tree -- No refuge -- A time of darkness -- The journey home -- The new village -- The mission song -- Running from bullets -- Refugees again -- Mae La Camp : two tests -- Bangkok daze -- City girls -- Back into the land of evil -- The reawakening -- Children of darkness -- London, with Bwa Bwa -- In the footsteps of my father -- In the firing line -- The road home -- The final cut -- Epilogue -- The Phan Foundation -- Other organizations working to help free Burma.

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