It may have been coincidental that on a walk in the 14th arrondissement would lead Lucien Duckstein to recall his Paris childhood and his removal at age eleven to Drancy and later to Bergen-Belsen. This powerful memoir rings with truth, and Lucien's technique of recounting the events of the past, while acknowledging their effect upon the present and future, makes this account a testament to the personal and psychological costs of the Holocaust.
|Publisher:||Northwestern University Press|
|Product dimensions:||5.25(w) x 8.25(h) x 0.50(d)|
About the Author
Aleksandra Kroh is a writer and physicist. She was born in Lodz, Poland and has lived in France since 1978.
Autryn Wainhouse has translated several works from French, including several titles by Marquis de Sade.