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New York: Random House, 1987. First American Edition. First Printing. 287, some library markings, slightly cocked, rough spots inside boards, boards somewhat soiled A personal account of the Khmer Rouge regime's efforts to remake Cambodian society in the aftermath of the Vietnam war, written by a refugee who lost 10 of his 13 family members in the first years after the Khmer Rouge takeover. Introduction by award-winning poet and Far East correspondent, James Fenton.