Between Worlds: Reflections of a Soviet-born Canadian Mennonite
"Harry Loewen's dramatic memoir evokes the ebullience, energy, and elegance of his life. A Mennonite intellectual blessed with a liberal sensibility and a common touch, Loewen eloquently conjures up a compelling series of intimate and epic events, the tumultuous sequence of blessings and horrors woven into his journey. Despite his growing up in Russian and German dictatorships, Loewen from the start approached life with an irrepressible romanticism and a love of books which brought him into the scholarly worlds he came to occupy as a Canadian academic." - Paul Tiessen, Professor of English, Wilfrid Laurier University
"A fearless thinker, Loewen writes his fascinating life story with the candor, conviction and enthusiasm that we have come to expect of him. Between Worlds vividly illustrates that a life pulled our of chaos can rise to unexpected heights of meritorious service." - Al Reimer, Professor Emeritus University of Winnipeg
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