Children of Zion (Jewish Lives - Nonfiction) Hardcover – 31 Mar 1998
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"[A] powerful, relentless document that bears grim testimony to the suffering endured by the children and their families as they journeyed from horror to horror." --"Library Journal"
"It is the unvarnished, artless, and naive story of children who, to put it mildly, had no theory to defend." --Daniel Jonah Goldhagen, "New Republic"
About the Author
Henryk Grynberg (born in 1936 in Warsaw) is a Polish-Jewish writer and actor who survived the Nazi occupation. He was an award-winning novelist, short-story writer, poet, playwright and essayist who had authored more than thirty books of prose and poetry and two dramas. Grynberg, known as the chronicler of the fate of the Polish Jews, tackled in his writings the Holocaust experience and the post-Holocaust trauma.Jacqueline Mitchell, a translator, lives in New York."
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