Let Their Spirits Dance: A Novel by Stella Pope Duarte

Let Their Spirits Dance: A Novel

byStella Pope Duarte

Paperback | November 4, 2003

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Let Their Spirits Dance is the moving story of a family's journey across America. Thirty years after the death of the family's son and brother, Jesse, in Vietnam, the family has remained in many ways locked in a time of grief and pain. Having heard her son's voice, Alicia makes a vow to touch his name on the Vietnam Memorial Wall in Washington, D.C., and her decision inspires her warring children, along with hundreds of strangers across the country.

Stella Pope Duarte portrays a family struggling with the universal scars suffered by all who have been touched by death through war. In this powerfully evocative novel, Pope Duarte connects family, friends, and an entire nation with the names on the Wall, honoring the men and women who served in Vietnam as well as those who watched and waited, but never forgot.

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Let Their Spirits Dance is the moving story of a family's journey across America. Thirty years after the death of the family's son and brother, Jesse, in Vietnam, the family has remained in many ways locked in a time of grief and pain. Having heard her son's voice, Alicia makes a vow to touch his name on the Vietnam Memorial Wall in Wa...
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Title:Let Their Spirits Dance: A NovelFormat:PaperbackPublished:November 4, 2003Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0060089482

ISBN - 13:9780060089481

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“A delightful, heartening first novel.”