David, My David: A 20th Century Saga: 2018 Edition

Danaan Press Inc
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TERROR

—  inflicted by one’s own society  — 

—  dealt by one’s own neighbors  —

How does one person, simply trying to be “a good man,” conquer a rising maelstrom of mindless abuse, of hatred?

David, My David

is the saga of the victory over terror of Eduard Gottlieb Meyer.

A musical prodigy born to a traditional Hessian, German farm-family in 1921, Herr Meyer tells of a life extending from his early, halcyon years through the inter-war period, the ravages of the Hitler Time and World War II, and beyond, into post-war, neglectful Europe and the increasingly bipolar, 20th-century America faced by his expansive, Texas family.

On an odyssey marked by joy and sadness, despair and redemption, he survives through the personal strength he learns from his family and friends, from their faith in and dedication to others, as he asserts by his actions, even in darkest condition, that 

Hatred is the laziest form of cowardice.

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The late Dr. Franz Seidler, a Vienna-born American escapee from The Anschluss, who as a young lawyer in the US Army returned to Vienna in the 1950's to help draft the Constitution of the Republic of Austria, called Eduard Qualls "The only Renaissance man I've met in America." For more information, see the author's website: www.EduardQualls.com. 

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Publisher
Danaan Press Inc
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Published on
Jul 11, 2018
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Pages
396
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ISBN
9781890000165
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / Historical
Fiction / Literary
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