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Hiroshima by John Hernsy

Summary: Hiroshima, by John Hernsey, is a recount of six survivors before and after the atomic bomb fell on Hiroshima in August 1945. It is a narrative that follows the character's lives in sequence from the morning the bomb fell to years later.
This book is a recount of six survivors before and after the atomic bomb fell on Hiroshima in August 1945. It is a narrative that follows the character's lives in sequence from the morning the bomb fell to years later.

Characters:

There were six main people that survived the blast made by the atomic bomb, Hiroshima. They were:

 Miss Toshiko Sasaki, a clerk at a Tin Works factory. Her left leg was severely injured when bookshelves fell on her from the impact of the bomb, and is left crippled. She persevered however, and became a Catholic nun who helped orphaned children. ~"I shall not dwell on the past. It was as it I had been given a spare life when I survived the A-bomb. But I prefer not to look back. I shall keep moving forward." (Speech said by her at an honoured dinner.)

 Dr. Masakazu Fujii, a middle-aged...

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