A mother's secret: a novel

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Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Mar 1, 1988 - Fiction - 501 pages
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To flee German-occupied Poland and save her child, Jewish partisan Eliza Wolf puts her daughter in the care of a local peasant--and finds her again after forty years of searching. A sensitive novel, exploring the agonies of a mother and daughter as they experience the ravages of war.

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The powerful love of both natural and adoptive mothers is explored in a moving story spanning years and locales from war-torn Poland to present-day Ohio and Israel. A Gentile woman takes in a Jewish ... Read full review

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