Eva's story

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Ontario Review Press, 1999 - Fiction - 167 pages
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In 1936 Nazi Germany a farmer's wife discovers a Jew hiding in a barn. She agrees to let him stay, concealing his presence from her family and they fall in love. The drama begins when both realize he has to leave the country.

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Eva's story

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With this beautifully written first novel, Cirino brings a different perspective to life in Nazi Germany. The persecution of Jews is the catalyst that propels Eva, the main character and narrator ... Read full review

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Written as a journal of an illiterate German farm woman in WWII who hid a young Jewish man. Spotlights her awakening to the world around her, and to herself. Her story will stay with you. Read full review


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