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[Xmca-l] Re: Zoya Kosmodemyanskaya
Thank you for your post, which for me is like a single bird singing on a branch of its own (on this list). I do not know about Zoya, but I am curious to learn more.
I fear that there has been silence to your post because it is a holiday weekend here in the US and most are with their families eating and eating and eating. Did I mention they are eating?
So I am crafting a quick reply so you know at least your post was noticed!
I believe myself that there _is_ one big happiness for all, so this resonated for me very, very much.
What are your pressing questions in this regard? That is: in regard of Zoya's life? in regard to analysis of child development?
Would you describe for me more fully the scope of your interest and inquiry?
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Subject: [Xmca-l] Zoya Kosmodemyanskaya
Just a curiosity for the contuinity of past and present across generations:
Anyone who heard about Zoya, died on 29th November 1942, against Nazis.
For me , she is rather, in the context of this xmca group, an issue on the
human development of a Soviet child and young for highest ideals.
For instance, as a child, she asks to a writer:
"Is there not a big, one common happiness for all?"
I think this is a great question across all ages of humanity eternally.
She decides that this common happiness is the land of Soviets.
I am interested on the life, rather than death of her, as an analysis of a
child and youth development issue.