Tales of Grabowski: Transformations, Escape & Other Stories
Toby Press, 2003 - 307 Seiten
Tales of Grabowski comprises two novellas, Transformations and Escape, together with several short stories, all of which tell the story of David Gordon, a young Jew from Warsaw, who transforms himself into Wladyslaw Grabowski, a Polish stoker in the German merchant marines.
Auerbach balances the internal tensions between Gordon's desire to fight for revenge and Grabowski's desperate need for survival. Throughout the war, involvement with friends, with espionage and smuggling bring him ever closer to that thin line that separates life from death.
Drawing on deeply personal experiences - for it is the story of Auerbach's own survival - Transformations and Escape are undiscovered masterpieces of twentieth century writing.
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TALES OF GRABOWSKI: Transformations, Escape and Other StoriesNutzerbericht - Jane Doe - Kirkus
Posthumous tales and essays from, as Saul Bellow says, "a born story-spinner" (1922-73)."Transformations" is the centerpiece novella of this highly autobiographical collection: David Gordon is born to ... Vollständige Rezension lesen
Tales of Grabowski: Transformations Escape & Other StoriesNutzerbericht - Not Available - Book Verdict
This story has two heroes: David Gordon, a young Jew caught up in Nazi Germany's invasion of Poland in 1939 and then trapped in the Warsaw ghetto; and Wladek Grabowski, a Pole who gets a job as stoker ... Vollständige Rezension lesen