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Documentation of a personal confrontation with the aftermath of the Holocaust.
The occasion is her travels to the regulars' table of Jewish emigrants at the home of the host Gaby Glückselig in New York. At the same time, while researching her grandfather, the author discovered parts of the concealed history of his membership of the SS. The diary is a personal confrontation with guilt in her own family and a detailed examination of social interdependence.
Literary Nonfiction. Jewish Studies. Miscellaneous.
Catharine J. Nicely is a publisher in Berlin. She studied art, art history and German at Syracuse University, N.Y./USA, Florence, Italy and Kiel. 2008 founder of PalmArtPress, an independent German and English publishing house: literature, art books, philosophy, poetry. Since 2011, the publishing house has been expanded with a gallery, a sales shop and a venue.
Patricia Paweletz was born in Hamburg. She studied German and Theater Studies and Acting at the Max Reinhardt Seminarin Vienna. With her literary debut Die Kirgisin she was invited by the Lit Hamburg to the best reading at the Literaturhaus and to the Unesco in Paris. Inspired by her work as a systemic family therapist, she has written documentaries on twins and transgenerational issues. Tales of her have been published in anthologies by Rowohlt, Insel, Jüdischer Verlag/Suhrkamp and others.