The devil's arithmetic
Trumpet Club, 1991 - 170 Seiten
Hannah resents the traditions of her Jewish heritage until time travel places her in the middle of a small Jewish village in Nazi-occupied Poland.
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Did you have another bad dream, Chaya? I worry about you and your dreams. A
girl's dreams, like her life, should be sweet and filled with honey." She nodded
slowly, then turned. She could see nothing in the black room. As if sensing that, ...
"Chaya was sick, not me." He continued smiling, as if humoring her. Hannah
drew in a deep breath and sighed. "My mother is afraid of snakes," she said at
last. "There are not many snakes in Lublin!" Shmuel chuckled. "I'm not from Lublin
What?" Hannah asked. That is my daughter's dress you are wearing, Chaya
Abramowicz. My Chaya. I brought it as a present for her in Lublin." "Chaya,"
Hannah said. "The same name, too. God is good. Your name means life." His
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