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Survival in the Killing Fields
Survival in the Killing Fields
Survival in the Killing Fields
Survival in the Killing Fields
Survival in the Killing Fields

Survival in the Killing Fields

Product ID : 16400016

Galleon Product ID 16400016
UPC / ISBN 0786713151
Shipping Weight 0.8 lbs
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Binding: Paperback
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Manufacturer Brand: Basic Books
Shipping Dimension 7.8 x 5.2 x 1.3 inches
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Author Haing Ngor
Brand Brand: Basic Books
Edition 58359th
Number Of Pages 528
Package Quantity 1
Publication Date 2003-12-26
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About Survival In The Killing Fields

Nothing has shaped my life as much as surviving the Pol Pot regime. I am a survivor of the Cambodian holocaust. That's who I am," says Haing Ngor. And in his memoir, Survival in the Killing Fields, he tells the gripping and frequently terrifying story of his term in the hell created by the communist Khmer Rouge. Like Dith Pran, the Cambodian doctor and interpreter whom Ngor played in an Oscar-winning performance in The Killing Fields, Ngor lived through the atrocities that the 1984 film portrayed. Like Pran, too, Ngor was a doctor by profession, and he experienced firsthand his country's wretched descent, under the Khmer Rouge, into senseless brutality, slavery, squalor, starvation, and disease—all of which are recounted in sometimes unimaginable horror in Ngor's poignant memoir. Since the original publication of this searing personal chronicle, Haing Ngor's life has ended with his murder, which has never been satisfactorily solved. In an epilogue written especially for this new edition, Ngor's coauthor, Roger Warner, offers a glimpse into this complex, enigmatic man's last years—years that he lived "like his country: scarred, and incapable of fully healing."