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I Will Plant You a Lilac Tree: A Love Story Amidst the Destruction of the Holocaust [Paperback]

Laura Hillman


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4.0 out of 5 stars Gripping Personal Account 26 Jan 2003
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The book is a unique approach to Holocaust Literature in that it is set as novel, but clearly, is a first-person account of the trials and tribulations that Laura Hillman experienced. The feeling Laura has for her parents, siblings, and husband are clearly evoked by this approach.
5.0 out of 5 stars A very worth while personal account 1 Feb 2003
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Mrs. Hillman's story reminded me that even in the midst of horror and tragedy, the human spirit can triumph. That love and caring for and from others is often the key that pushes us to go on when the individual spirit loses hope.
Not many of us in this country, thank God, have to survive experiences like those described in this well written and deeply moving book. Not many who did, I am sure, have been willing to recall and share them as Mrs. Hillman did.
I am grateful that this story is in print, so it can live on in time reminding us, when we might be tempted to forget; not just of the Holocaust but of the importance of human life and dignity.
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