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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While Hannah stood in the center of the room, wondering which chest she should
try first, Gitl went to the standing wardrobe, opened it, and pulled out a dark blue
sailor-suit dress with white piping at the sleeves and neck, and a blue sash belt.
She held up her arm so that the blue number was plain. Whatever it was they
were supposed to read there baffled the women and they murmured together. "
Quiet. You do not speak unless spoken to. I am a prisoner, but you are zugangi, ...
She held up a blue scarf. "Organized. You organized it, Tante Gitl," Shifre cried
out, her hands up with delight. The women all laughed, the first time such a
sound had rippled through the barracks since they had arrived. "Yes, she
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