To the Heart of the Storm
A sweeping historical work inspired by prejudice, assimilation, and anti-Semitism in the western world prior to World War II takes readers from eighteenth-century New York, to Vienna during World War I, to Depression-era America. Reprint.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - bufkinla - LibraryThing
Eisner tells the story of his family's experiences as Jewish immigrants living in the U.S. during the outbreak of WWII. Eisner gives his impression of the irony of the anti-Semitic discrimination they ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - mschaefer - LibraryThing
Eisner's graphic novel about his childhood and adolescene in the suburbs of New York as he remembers it on the eve of America enterin WWII. Read full review