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The author of the book: Stefanie Zweig
Edition: LangenMüller
The size of the: 8.92 MB
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Date of issue: September 16th 2010
ISBN: 3784432409
ISBN 13: 9783784432403
Language: English
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Dieses Buch lässt niemanden unberührtIn letzter Minute wird die zehnjährige Fanny von der mutigen Anna vor der Deportation gerettet. Ihre Großmutter Betsy überlebt Theresienstadt, verliert Mann, Tochter und Enkelsohn und stellt sich doch dem Leben - zwei Wunder aus einer Zeit, in der Tragödie und Hoffnung so dicht beieinanderstanden wie nie zuvor. Der dritte Teil der Familienchronik schildert, wie es jenen Mitgliedern der Familie Sternberg erging, die den Mördern entkommen konnten und nun in der ganzen Welt verstreut sind. Er ist auch eine Hommage an die Frauen Deutschlands, die in den Ruinen vor den Trümmern des Lebens standen und die doch nicht aufgaben.


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Ebook Heimkehr in die Rothschildallee read Online! Zweig is best known for her autobiographical novel, Nirgendwo in Afrika (Nowhere in Africa, 1998), based on her early life in Kenya, which was filmed and won an Oscar in 2002 for "Best Foreign Film".[1] Her family, being Jewish, fled Nazi Germany, for Africa. They went from an urban life in Breslau (now Wrocław) to a farm in Kenya in 1938 when she was five. She attended an English boarding school while there.[2] In 1941, the family received a postcard from her grandmother saying "We are very excited, we are going to Poland tomorrow", which implied Auschwitz. Zweig has returned to Kenya twice since leaving in 1947 at the age of 15. She found the farm had been destroyed.

Her teenage years in Germany were recounted in the autobiographical novel Irgendwo in Deutschland (Somewhere in Germany). Her father was given work as a judge in post-World War II West Germany, partly because there was no need to "denazify" him.

Her first African novel was Ein Mund voll Erde (A Mouth Full of Earth) in 1980. It won several awards, and describes an infatuation with a Kĩkũyũ boy.

She had a long career as an arts editor on a Frankfurt tabloid. In later life, she began writing children's literature and then began her novels. Although she is a best-selling author in German, she is not well known in the English-speaking world, except for Nowhere in Africa.



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An enticing cover and a controversial story.

MICHAEL

When you regret the book ends!

GEORGIA

This book will make you shudder, infiltrate, and change your mind about this crazy world.

AARON

This book will make you shudder, infiltrate, and change your mind about this crazy world.

KATIE

For those who are bored to live




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