Adrift: Life in Transit
CCB Publishing, Sep 2, 2008 - Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) - 456 pages
ADRIFT reads like an autobiographical time capsule, a treasure trove of personal recollections, historical events and candid, often caustic ruminations on the human condition, the press and America. A seasoned journalist, the author challenges preconceived notions and casts a cunning, often savage eye at cherished beliefs and conventions as he himself struggles to find his place in an ill-fitting world.
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