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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She shuddered and drew a deep breath. "A fairy tale." "The gas ovens I mean are
no fairy tale," Hannah said. Gitl raised her chin, squinted her eyes and, ignoring
Hannah, addressed Fayge directly. "See, my almost- sister-in-law, the child was ...
There are only the gas ovens. They will burn us all up." Two benches away,
Esther was crying softly as she took off her right shoe. "There are no ovens,
Chaya. Do not try to frighten us. We are frightened enough." Hannah started to
answer but ...
About ovens. "Oven," she whispered. "Well," Gitl said, "at least we know
something." Hannah looked up at her, the slip of memory gone. "What?" "That we
will be fed." "When?" "God only knows. And let us hope that He tells the Germans!
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