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Grandfather's house was on a triangular piece of land that he had bought from Mr
Zafir, but for some reason Zafir hadn't sold him the tip of the triangle where the
High Street meets Valley Street. This was a smithy, and had been for as long as ...
'So every street's the High Street,' I laughed back. 'Budapest doesn't have one
main street, it has hundreds.' 'Ours is one of them,' I said approvingly. 'We've got
the biggest church in the whole world!' 'Saint Stephen's Basilica.' 'Church!' I said.
On the other side of the square the town broke up into little short streets where we
had to push our way along crowded, narrow pavements. A few minutes further on
, street vendors' tables and piles of merchandise blocked the pavement and ...
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BATTLEFIELDS AND PLAYGROUNDSNutzerbericht - Kirkus
A brilliant portrayal of the sufferings of Hungarian Jews during WW II, seen through the raucous and often comic prism of a small boy's stubbornly independent spirit. Jozsef Sondor, six years old in ... Vollständige Rezension lesen
Battlefields and playgroundsNutzerbericht - Not Available - Book Verdict
Jozsef Sondor, the fictional counterpart of Hungarian author Nyiri, gives an impassioned first-person account of life beginning in prewar Hungary, where he spent his early childhood with his ... Vollständige Rezension lesen
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