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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A few miles farther on, Aaron begged, "Tell me a story, Hannah, please. Please.
Please." "For God's sake, tell him a story," her father said, pounding his right hand
against the steering wheel. Driving in city traffic always made him cranky.
Do not tell us any more of your awful stories." The man coughed again, then said,
"Is it not written that we must bear witness?" "What witness?" Fayge cried. "Were
you there? It is only gossip. Vicious, cruel gossip. Rumors. Shmuel, tell him it is ...
And now, Shifre, tell me your number in the same way. It will help us both
remember. After that, we will find your other friend." "Esther? But you said she
was hopeless." "Esther! She is not a musselman yet. There is still hope for her.
But if she ...
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