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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"Fayge," Gitl said, "this is my niece, Chaya." Hannah wondered how, with all the
noise and excitement, Fayge even heard Gitl's introduction. But she looked down
from the wagon, those eagle eyes staring. Then she smiled, not at all fiercely, but
Turning in Shmuel's arms, Fayge stared at Hannah, her beautiful face sharp, her
eyes nearly all pupil. "How can you talk like that? Your words will fly up to heaven
and call down the Angel of Death, Lilith's bridegroom, with his poisoned sword.
When it was silent at last, the commandant threw the shoes on top of Fayge's
body. "Let them all go up the stack," he said. "Call the Kommandos. Schnelir The
soldiers marched off to the side of the compound, except for one, who opened the
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