When Heaven and Earth Changed Places: A Vietnamese Woman's Journey from War to Peace Chapter Abstracts for Teachers

Le Ly Hayslip
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Chapters One and Two

• When Le Ly was born, she weighed only two pounds.

• The midwife told her mother to suffocate the baby, but her mother refused.

• Le Ly's mother was forty-one and still healthy and attractive.

• Since she didn't have enough breast milk, she fed Le Ly buffalo milk.

• Le Ly's nickname was Bay Ly, which meant sixth born; and, she did not blame her family for not supporting her mother and attempting to keep her alive.

• The family seemed to be afraid to become attached to the new baby in case she died.

• Le Ly had three sisters and two brothers.

• Her mother took care of her own brothers and sisters with the help of an older sister named Thu because they were orphaned at an early age.

• Later Thu was killed by soldiers.

• Ky La, the village where Le Ly's family lived, was between northern...

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