Good Dogs Do Stray is a poignant yet inspiring story about a poor country boy who escapes from Hungary with his family right after the failed Revolution in 1956. Koller provides a highly personal account of the hardships during WWII, in a Stalinist dictatorship, as a refugee and immigrant. The strong influences of a strict catholic upbringing, a simple village life, eight years in a traditional pre-Vatican II seminary as well as the political, social and religious events in the middle of the 20th century all contribute to the metamorphosis of a once naive country boy. Adversities in the formative years foreshadow an inauspicious future but faith and fate provide surprising reversals.
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