Re: [Poland-speaks-out] Alert: Chauthi Duniya - Polish concentration camp
- Thanks Jan,Have a healthy and happy New Year 2013, you and Yours.I'd never agree to to anybody claiming that humans have no souls, for that's the only difference between us and animals.Sebastian Faulks needs to study more about humans and less about animals, that way, he might find that he -also- has a soul, the likekness of God within himself.Best wishes from Wolyniak,Witold Szymanski.----- Original Message -----From: JanSent: Monday, December 31, 2012 10:42 PMSubject: [Poland-speaks-out] Alert: Chauthi Duniya - Polish concentration camp
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A young intelligence officer during the Second World War survives life in a Polish concentration camp. A music producer in the 1970s falls in love with a young bohemian singer who breaks his heart. A lonely Italian neuroscientist makes a revolutionary discovery: Humans have no souls. These are some of the stories Sebastian Faulks weaves together in his latest novel, A Possible Life.