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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Give your almost-married Uncle Shmuel a hug!" Hannah knew she had no Uncle
Shmuel, certainly no one as big and bearded as this man, who smelled of sweat
and grass and horses. But his joy was contagious. She gave him a hug. "Put her
"Are you all right? Does anything hurt?" And when Hannah managed to shake
her head, Gitl turned to her brother. "I swear, Shmuel, city living does damage to
the soul. When our brother Moishe and his wife — may they rest in peace — left
Rabbi Boruch, Shmuel, and another man Hannah did not know conferred hastily
with the Nazi chief, the one with all the medals. They spoke in swift, hurried bursts
of words that Hannah could not distinguish, but she could see Shmuel's fists ...
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