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Touching Freedom: The Life of Katrina Novak Michael William Molden

Touching Freedom: The Life of Katrina Novak

Michael William Molden

Published June 26th 2006
ISBN : 9781413799385
Paperback
288 pages
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Touching Freedom tells the story of a young woman, Katrina Novak, and her bitter struggle with her domineering father to establish her right to live the life she chooses. Her parents immigrated to Britain from Eastern Europe at the end of the SecondMoreTouching Freedom tells the story of a young woman, Katrina Novak, and her bitter struggle with her domineering father to establish her right to live the life she chooses. Her parents immigrated to Britain from Eastern Europe at the end of the Second World War and settled down to raise a family. Katrina was born in Britain and has integrated fully into the British way of life. Her father, however, believes that she should live her life according to the outdated social traditions of his homeland back in the Ukraine. At first, Katrina allows herself to be bullied into seeing things from her fatheras point of view. That is, until she forms a relationship with a young Englishman. From that point on, their differences escalate into an all-out war of attrition. Katrina vows to break free of her fatheras brutal regime. He, in turn, is equally determined to prevail.