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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Grandpa Will shouted at the TV, holding up his left arm to the set. The sleeve of
his shirt was rolled up above the elbow. The photograph of a Nazi colonel,
standing sharply at attention, flashed by. "I'll give them this!" Aunt Eva was
shaking her ...
Fayge shouted. "Nothing more will happen to us. Nothing. We are uncomfortable
and crowded. We are hungry. But it will pass. We are going to be resettled. That
is all. And then I will be married. With a canopy." "I heard . . ." "Hush! Hush!
The woman in the blue dress was speaking again. "Quiet! Quiet!" she shouted,
putting up her hands. "Now, since you are all filthy from your trip, you must take a
shower. You will undress here. Help the children. It must be done quickly. Quickly
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