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Re: Ablamowicz to read translated Polish poetry Oct. 4

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  • concernedconnecticutresident
    Oh. You didn t post that so I didn t know. Oh, well, maybe she ll join us now with two invitations! So, you are getting copies of the poems? Great! Please
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      Oh. You didn't post that so I didn't know. Oh, well, maybe she'll
      join us now with two invitations! So, you are getting copies of the
      poems? Great! Please post them, with her permission of course.

      Barb Revoet
      Connecticut, USA

      --- In Kresy-Siberia@yahoogroups.com, "Lucyna Artymiuk"
      <lucyna.artymiuk@...> wrote:
      > actually I beat you to it
      > I also made email contact with her
      > alerted her to our group - she seemed very interested
      > and also asked for copies of the poems -- and she obliged
      > ----- Original Message -----
      > From: concernedconnecticutresident
      > To: Kresy-Siberia@yahoogroups.com
      > Sent: Wednesday, October 03, 2007 1:23 PM
      > Subject: [Kresy-Siberia] Re: Ablamowicz to read translated Polish
      poetry Oct. 4
      > I found Dr. Ablamowicz's email address online and sent her the
      > following email in hopes that maybe she will consider joining us.
      > Dear Dr. Ablamowicz:
      > Since I live in Connecticut, I won't be able to attend your
      > of translated Polish poetry from Soviet gulag prisons, but I wish
      > could be there. My father and his entire family were Polish
      > deportees. They were taken from their home by Soviet soldiers on
      > February 10, 1940. My grandparents died in Siberia but my father
      > luckily was "amnestied" in 1942 and joined Anders Army, later to
      > transferred to the First Polish Armoured Division until the end
      > the war. In 1948 he came to America. I will send you more details
      > of my father's life if you are interested.
      > I belong to an online Yahoo group called Kresy-Siberia, where I
      > learned about your poetry reading in a post by another member. I
      > invite you to browse the Kresy-Siberia website and message board
      > perhaps join us. We would be very proud to have you as a member
      > our group. You share a family history with the rest of us, most
      > are children of deportees and some are deportees themselves. As
      > quoted from the message board homepage: The "Kresy-Siberia Group"
      > brings into contact people from countries around the world with a
      > special interest in the tragedy of over one million Polish
      > of various faiths and ethnicities (Polish, Ukrainian,
      > Catholic, Orthodox, Jewish, etc.) arrested or deported from
      > Poland (Kresy) in 1940-41 to special labour camps in Siberia,
      > Kazakhstan and Soviet Asia. Here are the links to the Kresy-
      > website and message board:
      > http://www.Kresy-Siberia.org
      > http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Kresy-Siberia/
      > Please keep us in mind, Dr. Ablamowicz. And please tell us how we
      > can obtain copies of the Polish poems, originals and translated
      > versions. I will be thinking of you on Thursday and wishing I was
      > there.
      > Sincerely,
      > Barbara Soja Revoet
      > Kresy-Siberia Group Member
      > Connecticut, USA
      > --- In Kresy-Siberia@yahoogroups.com, Krystyna Styrna-Buyukpinar
      > <thymetrax@> wrote:
      > >
      > > Lucynko where can I get this poetry before it is translated? Is
      > published?
      > > Pozdrawiam serdecznie Krystyna
      > >
      > > Lucyna Artymiuk <lucyna.artymiuk@> wrote:
      > > http://www.herald-
      > citizen.com/NF/omf.wnm/herald/lifestyle_story.html?
      > >
      > > Ablamowicz to read translated Polish poetry Oct. 4
      > [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
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