Themes of patriotism, bravery, love and peace, with highlights about Vietnamese Navy soldiers on the Trường Sa (Spratly) Islands, are featured in the epic Ngang Qua Bình Minh (Reaching to the Dawn), a new book by female poet Lữ Mai. The 100-page book of eight chapters has been reprinted by the Literature Publishing House. — Photo courtesy of the publisher HCM CITY — Female poet Lữ Mai’s latest book, Ngang Qua Bình Minh (Reaching to the Dawn), has been released by the Literature Publishing House. The 100-page book includes eight chapters featuring stories about soldiers and their work, hopes and dreams. Themes about love and peace are included. Highlighted chapters feature Vietnamese Navy soldiers on Trường Sa (Spratly) Islands. The author’s simple and lively language expresses her feelings about the soldiers who have completed their mission on the islands and yearn for home. “Mai’s book highlights stories of soldiers working and thinking, and having to overcome great difficulties to fulfill their duties. Through her language, readers, particularly youngsters, can learn valuable lessons from the island and soldiers,” said Nguyễn Bá Quý, a reader from HCM City. “Each word from poets in the epic Ngang Qua Bình Minh is in praise of patriotism and bravery. For people who have not experienced the salty taste of Trường Sa, Mai’s book leaves a very strong impression,” he said. Images of Vietnamese Navy soldiers on the Trường Sa (Spratly) Islands are highlighted in Lữ Mai’s book Ngang Qua Bình Minh (Reaching to the Dawn). — Photo courtesy of the publisher Author Mai released Mắt Trùng… Read full this story
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