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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He fired a single shot. Dirt and pebbles sprayed up and several women
screamed. A little girl cried out, "Mama, Mama, Mama." Hannah was suddenly so
cold she couldn't move. Gitl shoved her in the back. "Lie down," she whispered.
"I am a prisoner — yes," the woman said. "But I am not a Jew. ... You, girl, who
spoke out, you will give me those blue ribbons in your hair." "No!" said Hannah ...
Gitl poked Hannah in the side and whispered, "Give them to her. What do two
Next came a nine-year- old girl carrying a baby. She shucked off her shoes as
she ran and, holding the baby under one arm, tore off its ... "Gottenyu!" Rivka
whispered. Shifre, who had been looking at the midden with its bright flags of
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