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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"Hush," the woman near Hannah remarked again, "the children." "We could break
down the doors and run away," Hannah said. "Run away? Where, little Chaya?
To Lublin?" Gitl asked. "To America," Hannah said. "To be with Avrom Morowitz?
That is all. And then I will be married. With a canopy." "I heard . . ." "Hush! Hush!"
The woman near Hannah spoke in tired spurts of sound. "The children can stand
no more. My child is senseless with all this talk." A voice close to her said quietly,
The child's mother began to wail, but her husband slapped his hand across her
mouth, whispering, "Hush, hush, hush." A bucket of filthy trough water was
passed around, and 84 THE BOXCARS TRAVELED FOR FOUR DAYS AND
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