Description: A haunting collection of stories about life in Poland during World War II. These shattering stories describe the lives of ordinary people as they are compelled to do the unimaginable: a couple who must decide what to do with their five-year-old daughter as the Gestapo come to march them out of town; a wife whose safety depends on her acquiescence in her husband's love affair; a girl who must pay a grim price for an Aryan identity card.
By Ida Fink
Translated by: Madeline Levine and Francine Prose
5.30"x8.75" (165 Pages)Publisher: Northwestern University Press, 1995
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