|Statement||Bogdan Wojdowski ; translated from the Polish by Madeline G. Levine ; foreword by Henryk Grynberg.|
|Contributions||Levine, Madeline G.|
|LC Classifications||PG7182.O45 C513 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 404 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||404|
|ISBN 10||0810114550, 0810114569|
|LC Control Number||97027125|
Bread for the Departed details the experience of the Jewish community in Warsaw between and ; the final chapters take place during the mass deportation of Warsaw's Jewish community to death camps. Episodic, chaotic as the teeming ghetto itself, the novel records the inexorable breakdown of morals and loyalties that accompanied the physical deterioration of the Pages: ""Bread for the Departed is without a doubt the best novel about the Warsaw Ghetto and one of the best literary depictions of the Holocaust."" --Henryk Grynberg User-contributed reviews Add a review and share your thoughts with other readers. Originally published in Polish in , this shapeless yet powerful documentary novel unflinchingly describes the chaos and deprivations of life in the Warsaw Ghetto throughout the final years of WW II. Wojdowski, who was himself a survivor of the ghetto and who died in , graphically evokes the struggle to survive among people for whom bread literally is life in raw, emotional. Bread for the Departed by Bogdan Wojdowski, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(21).
BREAD FOR THE DEPARTED (Chleb rzucony umarlym) Novel by Bogdan Wojdowski, Bogdan Wojdowski's extensive novel Bread for the Departed, published in English translation in , covers a strictly limited period of time. The book starts with the formal establishment of the Warsaw Ghetto and ends with the Nazi deportation of the Jewish inhabitants numbering , in September Bread for the Departed details the experience of the Jewish community in Warsaw between and ; the final chapters take place during the mass deportation of Warsaw's Jewish community to death camps. Episodic, chaotic as the teeming ghetto itself, the novel records the inexorable breakdown of morals and loyalties that accompanied the physical deterioration of the ghetto population. Bread for the Departed by. Bogdan Wojdowski, Madeline G. Levine (Translation), Henryk Grynberg (Foreword) avg rating — 22 ratings — published — 5 editions. Want to Read saving Want to Read; Currently Reading Rate this book. Clear rating/5. Our Daily Bread.
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