A Doorbell, A Dictator, A Dad | Mitos Suson | Good Street
A daughter’s memoir of life and family under Marcos’s Martial Law
by Mitos Suson and Darby Lee Patterson
In the 1960s and 70s Ferdinand Marcos ruled the Philippine Islands with the closed fist of a dictator. Families lived in fear, dissenters, political rivals and troublemakers were tossed into Manila’s Fort Bonifacio Prison to face an uncertain fate. This is the memoir of once such family, torn apart and scattered asunder when Marcos’ henchmen knocked on the door of their home and swept away their father, forever altering their fortunes and future.
|Dimensions||10 × 2 × 20 cm|
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