Pyongyang, April 7 (KCNA) — The Literature and Arts Publishing House of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea has published full-length novels “Sunlight over the Cloud”, “Undying Flame” and “Rainbow”, which are based on the struggle of unconverted long-term prisoners Kim U Thaek, Jo Chang Son and Son Song Mo respectively.
They had been kept in prison in south Korea for 40, 30 and 19 years for they fought for the reunification of the country. They, however, remained true to the oath they made for the country and the nation, in the teeth of ghastly torture and appeasement by fascists.
The novels show that with absolute trust in their leader and Party and a strong sense of obligation for them and with revolutionary faith, the heroes could become indomitable men strong in ideology and will.
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