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 smiled and, to break the tension, started singing "Dayenu" in her strong,
musical voice. The rousing repetitive song carried them all along, even Hannah's
mother, who was tone deaf. Da-da-yaynu Da-da-yaynu Da-yaynu, Da-yaynu.
But even as she said it, she found herself singing, the words stumbling out as if
her mouth remembered what her mind did not, as if her mouth belonged to
Chaya, her head to Hannah. She began to clap madly in rhythm until the tune
came to ...
Not now. She opened her mouth to catch a breath of air, and found herself
singing. The sound of her own voice drowned out the steady drone of the tires on
the endless, twisting road. 0 "look!" shmuel cried over the noise of the singing. 72.
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