The Literature and Art Publishing House has recently released novels and books of common knowledge on literature and art which will be helpful to the cultural and emotional life of the working people.
The novel "Where Stars Twinkle" tells about heroic deeds of soldier constructors in building the Anbyon Youth Power Station in the days of the "Arduous March."
The novel explains what the revolutionary soldier spirit is and what a person should be like in the Songun era by depicting features of soldiers of the Korean People's Army who cut a water tunnel through, tiding over multifold difficulties and ordeals in the spirit of defending the revolutionary headquarters with their own lives and devotedly carrying through its intention and unexampled self-sacrificing spirit.
The novel "Jo Ok Hui," by tracing the course of growth of a Heroine of the DPRK well known among the Korean people, expounds the philosophical truth that the true life of a person can always be remembered by people only when he or she is embraced in the bosom of the great leader and everyone should dedicate his or her youth and life in defending this bosom.
"Foreign Musicians and Their Anecdotes" (Vol. 2) and "Common Knowledge of Dance" are among the new books brought out by the publishing house.
Thursday, August 07, 2008
"the true life of a person can always be remembered by people only when he or she is embraced in the bosom of the great leader"
I think we have a Juche sentence of the day: