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From Library Journal
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English professor required this book , I do not like reading at all what so ever but this book was very interesting.Published 2 months ago by Enrique L.
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The Shawl is really two short stories, the one of Magda, a toddler who is killed by Nazi guards in a concentration camp, and one of Rosa, who lives in and out of sanity in Florida... Read morePublished 12 months ago by schoolmarm
A very poignant account of Rosa Lublin's life as she recalls it; From her time in a German concentration camp and all the pain she absorbed from her incarceration there, to her... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Jools
It was well written. It certainly gave you the feeling that you were there, suffering from th Hollocaust.Published 17 months ago by burton meyer