A Prayer for Katerina Horovitzova

Quartet Books, Limited, 1990 - 164 Seiten
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Review: A Prayer for Katerina Horovitzova

Nutzerbericht  - Monika - Goodreads

Very well-built story, strong psychological approach and utterly sad topic of holocaust. Vollständige Rezension lesen

Review: A Prayer for Katerina Horovitzova

Nutzerbericht  - Lucie Janků - Goodreads

[SPOILER ALERT]Wow! I've never been much into Lustig but this one... just wow. Very well written - even though I suspected from the very beginning Brenske just want to get money from the Jewish group ... Vollständige Rezension lesen

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Arnošt Lustig. (b. 21st December 1926). Aleš Haman. (West Bohemian University, Plzen). Arnošt Lustig is one of the writers who based his work on the ...
www.arts.gla.ac.uk/ Slavonic/ Lustig.htm

The Kenyon Review
Tanga, Dívka z Hamburku (Tanga, a Girl from Hamburg) is one of many works––including Dita Saxova, The Unloved, and A Prayer for Katerina Horovitzova––by ...
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Arnošt Lustig
Dita Saxova (1994) Lovely Green Eyes (2002) Waiting for Leah (2004). The Unloved · A Prayer for Katerina Horovitzova · Dita Saxova · Lovely Green Eyes ...
www.fantasticfiction.co.uk/ l/ arnost-lustig/

JSTOR: Fact, Fiction, Fascism: Testimony and Mimesis in Holocaust ...
Included in this group- ing are such works as Leon Uris' Mila 18, Arnost Lustig's A Prayer for Katerina Horovitzova, Jean-Francois Steiner's Treblinka, ...
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Modlitba / A Prayer - Arnošt Lustig - Nakl. Franze Kafky ...
Modlitba / A Prayer. Modlitba pro Kateřinu Horovitzovou/A Prayer for Katerina Horovitzova Arnošt Lustig. Obálka: Modlitba / A Prayer ...
www.kosmas.cz/ knihy/ 139208/ modlitba-a-prayer/

Über den Autor (1990)

Holocaust survivor Arnost Lustig was born in Prague in 1926. Lustig became a radio reporter and upon his return from Prague with his mother. Currently, Lustig teaches at the American University in Washington, D. C. Lustig's short story selections include "Children of the Holocaust," "Indecent Dreams," and "Street of Lost Brothers." His awards include an Emmy, a National Jewish Book Award, and the Karel Capek Award for Literary Achievement by President Valclav Havel.

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