Hannah's Diary

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Quartet Books, 1998 - Fiction - 220 pages
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Voted Book of the Year (1993) by the French literary magazine Lire, this novel tells the story of a Jewish woman's struggle to come to terms with the abortion she was forced to have during the French Occupation. An honest and compelling account which explores loss, guilt, regret and isolation coupled with anger and resentment in the face of injustice and persecution.

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