Fragments of Isabella (ABR)

A Memoir of Auschwitz

The true account of a young Jewish woman’s imprisonment at the Auschwitz death camp.

By Isabella Leitner Read by Isabella Leitner Biographies & Memoirs / History - European / Jewish / Nonfiction English, Abridged 53m Sell Sheet
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1 MP3 CDs Tue Jul 26 00:00:00 UTC 2016 19.99 14.99 9781520047843 Add to Cart
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Description
							On the morning of Isabella’s birthday in 1944, she and her family were deported to Auschwitz, the Nazi extermination camp.  There she and her siblings fought the greatest evil in human history with the only weapon they had: love.  Isabella’s Pulitzer-nominated memoir will take you into a world of darkness where she will reveal a humanity described in the voice of a poet.
Reviews

"Profoundly moving...Leitner writes with a searing sensitivity that can move one to tears." - Publishers Weekly

"Luminous and moving work...An invaluable addition to the literature of history's most terrible tragedy...A voice not of defeat, but of affirmation." - Gerald Green, author of Holocaust

"Pain and heroism beyond words." - The Boston Globe

"Commands immediate nonstop reading. [Leitner] writes sparely, hauntingly, about very specific details-faces, voices, in a way that renders the unbearable real...She breaks my heart open." - Phyllis Chesler, author of Women and Madness

"Shatteringly eloquent." - Rabbi Arthur Hertzberg

“One of the ever-glowing gems of the Holocaust experience.” - Meyer Levin, author of Compulsion

“Such poignancy and depth, such a commitment to life and sense of responsibility to the future, that it deserves to be read and taken to heart.” - HadassahMagazine