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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The older people were pushed into the boxcars first, then the women and the
girls. Someone shoved Hannah from behind so hard, she scraped her knee
climbing up. She could feel the blood flowing down and the sharp gritty pain, but
... we must do now is pray. Pray, for we are all in God's hands." Gitl was right,
Hannah thought. God's hands were very hot and sweaty. The stench in the
crowded boxcar was overwhelming, a powerful stew of human perspiration and
fear and 78.
"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? This is my home." "This boxcar?" Hannah whispered.
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