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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Until they were all dead." A woman, her voice edged with hysteria, said, "You
heard, you heard, but if they were all dead, how could anyone know for sure?"
The man coughed, and continued without answering her, "When they made us lie
Now my brother Wolfe is left, but he is a Sonderkommando, one of the walking
dead. He might as well be with them. We all have such stories. It is a brutal
arithmetic. But I — I am alive. You are alive. As long as we breathe, we can see
and hear ...
"And it's my fault." "Why is it your fault?" Rivka asked. "I should have said he was
my brother." "Then you would not be here either. It would not have helped
Reuven." "He is dead." Hannah said the word aloud curiously, as if
understanding it for ...
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