The Gypsy Man

The Gypsy Man

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by Ronald Florence
     
 

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The Gypsy Man is a novel of the gypsy holocaust, a story of obsession, love, revenge, the story of the gypsies' unique experiences in the Nazi extermination camps, one of man's decision to avenge those experiences and to make his story heard, and of one woman's decision to help him.

About the Author
Ronald Florence is a novelist and historian.

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The Gypsy Man is a novel of the gypsy holocaust, a story of obsession, love, revenge, the story of the gypsies' unique experiences in the Nazi extermination camps, one of man's decision to avenge those experiences and to make his story heard, and of one woman's decision to help him.

About the Author
Ronald Florence is a novelist and historian. Educated at Berkeley and Harvard, he lives in Providence, Rhode Island.

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Carolyn See
Only when you read two or three books a week for five or six years do you realize how truly rare a novel like this is.
Los Angeles Times

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780394537511
Publisher:
Random House Publishing Group
Publication date:
03/01/1985
Pages:
336

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