Daniel Stein, interpreter

a novel in documents
  • 405 Pages
  • 4.45 MB
  • 747 Downloads
  • English
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Overlook Press , New York, NY
Occupied territories, Conversion to Christianity, Jews, World War, 1939-1945, Polish Jews, Fi
StatementLudmila Ulitskaya ; translated from the Russian by Arch Tait
ContributionsTait, A. L.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPG3489.2.L58 D3613 2011
The Physical Object
Pagination405 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24906075M
ISBN 139781590203200
LC Control Number2011002955

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The complete review's Review. Daniel Stein, Interpreter is presented as A Novel in Documents, as Ludmila Ulitskaya assembles letters, transcribed conversations, archival documents, the occasional newspaper article and much more in shaping her novel, different pieces in of the five parts even ends with a letter from the author to her literary agent, Elena Kostioukovitch (official.

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Daniel Stein, is a Polish Jew, who survives the Holocaust by disguising himself as a Gestapo interpreter .The novel Daniel Stein, Interpreter by renowned Russian writer Lyudmila Ulitskaya was inspired by the life of Oswald Rufeisen.

References. Cholawski, Shalom, Oswald Rufajzen in Encyclopaedia of the Holocaust vol. 3, p. Tec, Nechama (). In the Lion's Den: The Life of Oswald Rufeisen. Oxford University Press. ISBN