Dreams, Nightmares and Dreams Again

Dreams, Nightmares and Dreams Again
by Angela Szepesi

This autobiographical account by this extraordinary lady spans from the early days of World War II as the wife of a diplomat in Portugal, to her later years as a Bahá'í pioneer in Brazil, Martinque, and Canada. Of Hungarian origin and education, she brings a unique view of her life, and of the Bahá'í Faith.

Her writing style gives hope, and makes it extremely hard to put this book down.

Previously published in Hungarian under title "álmok, lázálmok és újabb álmok"

Table of Contents Below.

ISBN: 1-896331-03-3 or 9781896331034 | WMPub#1018 | 248 pages | softcover 5½"x 8½" | $24.95 CDN


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Table of Contents

4    From the Publisher

5    Foreword From the Author

7    Early Family History

16    Kecskemét, 1928-1938

27    Budapest, 1938-1941

37    Zagreb and Berlin, Summer 1941

43    Estoril, Portugal, 1941-1945

51    Carcavelos, 1945-1946

57    Lisbon, 1947-1948

67    North America, 1948

73    Montréal - Verdun, 1949-1955

81    Montréal - Boucherville, 1956-1963

89    Boucherville, 1963-1964

96    Québec, 1964-1966

104    Hungary - Summer 1966

107    Sao-Paulo, Brazil, 1967

117    Chaudiere Bassin, 1968-1971

125    Yucatan, Summer 1969

132    Fall and Winter, 1968 and 1969

137    Spring, 1970 and 1971

149    Sully, Temiscouata, 1971 -1989

159    Chelsea, 1974 - 1976

164    Charles Mondelet, 1801 - 1876

170    Martinique, 1976 - 1979

181    Hungary, 1979 - 1980

189    Yukon, 1980 - 1982

198    Ottawa, 1982 - 1984

212    Sully, 1984 and After

218    Québec, 1984 - 1994

226    Free At Last : Hungary and Canada 1986 - 1996


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