Tell Me Another Morning: An Autobiographical Novel

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Product Details

Price
$15.95  $14.83
Publisher
Paris Press
Publish Date
Pages
288
Dimensions
4.96 X 8.5 X 0.78 inches | 0.93 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781930464100
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About the Author

Zdena Berger was born in 1925 in Prague, where she lived until the Nazi occupation. She spent the war years as a prisoner of Terezin, Auschwitz, and Bergen-Belsen. After the liberation of Bergen-Belsen in 1945, Berger returned to Prague to complete her education, and then lived in Paris for nearly a decade. She immigrated to the U.S. and moved to California in 1955. Tell Me Another Morning is her only book.

Reviews

"I love this book from beginning to end. It is a classic."--Ernest J. Gaines

"This young girl's journey through the demonic madness of then, is much needed now. Written from a poet's hear across all divides, Tell Me Another Morning is a profound and lyrical reflection upon agony, survival, healing, and hope."--Blanche Wiesen Cooke

"The author captures the horrifying realities of the Holocaust, while also illuminating the small moments that enabled hope and survival. With spare, breathtaking prose, this book offers a vision that is indelible in its poignancy, its warning, its beauty."--ABC Best Books for Children

"An immediate and moving history of women's lives together under Nazi control. Now, in an era where there are fewer and fewer survivors to tell their story, Zdena Berger's autobiographical novel is an important testament to both the brutality of Nazi fascism and the tenacity of the human spirit to overcome."--Foreward Magazine

"Words for the unimaginable. Clear-eyed, strong, terrifying, and finally, somehow, hopeful."--Nicole Krauss

"A rediscovered masterpiece of Holocaust literature, first published in 1961 and now lovingly, and vigorously, resurrected. Anne Frank died in the camps, of typhus; Zdena Berger, a Czech girl of about the same age, somehow survived. And, with Tell Me Another Morning, triumphed. Read, breathe, recover, then place on the shelf with Frank, Levi, Wiesel."--The San Diego Union-Tribune

"I love this book from beginning to end. It is a classic."--Ernest J. Gaines

"As the three friend's journey into darkness progresses, Tania's language grows pure and strong in the best style of Hemingway. Tell Me Another Morning is luminous yet modest, rooted in the last century's worst reality, yet without rancor. Who could make up such miracles?"--The Lost Angeles Times