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Mosaic by Diane Armstrong
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Aug 02, 09

bookshelves: 2009-audio-books, 2009-nonfiction
Read in August, 2009

Mosaic: a Chronicle of Five Generations, by Diane Armstrong, narrated by Deidre Rubinstein, produced by Bolinda Audio, downloaded from audible.com. A.

Diane Armstrong, a well-known author in Australia, decided to undertake the project of tracing down her family’s history and Jewish heritage, beginning in Poland in Krakow in the 1890’s, going through the holocaust, and tracing surviving family members to the present time. Included are the stories told by all the family members Armstrong finds, letters and diaries from those gone, and includes Armstrong’s own life changing events at the time, including the death first of her father and later her mother. Also includes the developing dynamics with her own children and how being a holocaust survivor herself might relate to those dynamics. A very long book that I didn’t want to end. I wanted to continue to follow this family.

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