What's to Become of the Boy?: Or, Something to Do with Books
A vivid account of growing up poor, rebellious, and anti-Fascist in Nazi Germany
What’s to Become of the Boy? is a spirited, insightful, and wonderfully sympathetic memoir about life during wartime written with the characteristic brilliance by one of the 20th-century’s most celebrated authors. It is both an essential autobiography of the Nobel Prizewinning author and a compelling memoir of being young and idealistic during an age of hardship and war.
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Another book I bought for myself on Mother's Day, from a little shop in Ann Arbor specializing in well-preserved first editions. I picked this up hoping for hints on how to live in a time when all ... Read full review
INTRODUCTIONby Anne Applebaum
WHATS TO BECOME OF THE BOY?