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Only The Heart is a very successful novel presented by many narrators in both in the past and present This novel portrays the hardships and suffering that a Vietnamese family endures through the years of approaching communism Their desperate flee from the only home they have ever known and the loved ones that they may never see again all in search of a place where there is freedom and hope Only The Heat is a story that focuses on the Vo familys suffering The novel shows the hardships and struggles that a Vietnamese family endures through the years of approaching communism It is also about their desperate flea from the only home they have ever known and the loved ones that they may never see again all in search of a place where freedom and hope were to be found The novel itself is a simply told yet moving story of the Vo family who come to Australia as refugees in search of hope as a result of the suffering in The Vietnam War Many members of the family in turn become narrators and perhaps because of the unfamiliarity of the names readers must looking back to the family tree at the front of the book while the reading of the first few chapters This novel portrays the hardships struggles and suffering that a Vietnamese family endures through the years of approaching communism Even after arriving in the lucky country Australia there is still suffering caused by Hai Nguyens vicious gang There are many narrators in the novel but the two main persons through whom the story of is told is Toan the youngest son and Linh Toons cousin and adopted sister after her mother Mai sacrificed her life for her The last person creates a real overview of what has happened and the deepest thoughts and feelings of these two people as they escape their country as
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