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'll smell the good country spring and eat new-laid eggs. She'll help you with
the housework and me with the plow. We'll put weight on her and color in her
cheeks. The laughter will return." "From your lips to God's ears," Gitl said. "For He
When she was up by Fayge's side, she could smell a scent on her hair and dress,
like roses and wood shavings after a long rain. "Now," Fayge said, turning toward
her and smiling broadly. "Tell me all about Lublin." The bride's wagon was ...
He told me the smell of people burning is not unlike the smell of cooking pigs." "
Hah!" said Gitl. "And how does he — a good Jew — know what pigs smell like
cooking?" "So — so he was not kosher. Or the Shabbos goy told him." "So!
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