Very Good. INSCRIBED BY AUTHOR ON ENDPAGE! ONE SPINE CREASE & MODERATE WEAR ON COVER, NO MARKINGS IN TEXT. "Description: History comes alive in the book "Vergeen", the true story of a 13 year old Armenian girl who suffers the death of her mother, and other endless atrocities during the forced march of the "death caravans". Turkish guards sell Vergeen to an Arabic nomad, where for one year she is a Bedouin slave, tattooed on her forehead and chin as a sign of servitude. Thanks to her own indomitable will and personality, Vergeen escapes and survives to start a new life in the United States, where she and her new family prosper. In 1943, after 8 years of hard study, Vergeen is the commencement speaker at her own high school graduation. Her life is complete when her sons find a doctor who, after an entire year of operations, is successful in removing Vergeen's facial tattoos."
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