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  • Das Mädchen im roten Mantel
  • Roma Ligocka
  • English
  • 09 March 2017
  • 9780385337403

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Das Mädchen im roten Mantel review ß eBook or Kindle ePUB E strange twists of fate that allowed her to live on into the haunted years after the war Powerful lyrical and uniue among Holocaust memoirs The Girl in the Red Coat elouently explores the power of evil to twist our lives long after we have survived it It is a story for anyone who has ever known the darkness of an unbearable past and searched for the courage to move forward into the ligh. I purchased the book in the shop that is located at Oskar Schindler s factory in Krakow The visitor centre was outstanding and I wanted a book to be able to keep as a memento of the visit to Krakow We had also during our short break visited both Auschwitz Birkenau II and also Auschwitz I sites and naturally were horrified by the experiences Just being a tourist at such sites is horrific but to imagine what it must have been like at the time and to have experienced it in real life is enough to make your blood run ice cold I had previously watched Schindler s List on a few occasions over the years but it had been some time since I had last watched it so some of the things in the film were patchy in my memory So as any one knows who ever re reads a previous read knows it is always nice to rediscover forgotten parts of a story and to find links to things which show how inter connected people and experiences truly are This book does not fail you on that I can assure you If you have not yet read this book please look away now because this review will be full of spoilers for you If you have already read the book and are just reading previous reviews as I have this morning then please carry on readingEveryone who has ever watched Schindlers s List would probably say they can remember some or all of the scenes that show the girl wearing the red coat The deeper meaning of why this is shown in colour when everything else is in black and white has a number of possible explanations but the very essence of it is to highlight further the deeply deeply horrific event that is unfolding All tourists who do go and visit Schindler s factory will have also visited the area of the Ghetto known in Krakow as Getta so visually what the author is trying to describe is easier if you have watched Schindler s List and also if you have visited the sites described in the book and not just the sites of Jewish persecution but also the historical sites of Krakow too The main market suare the restaurants and bars that surround the market suare and its site streets The cathedrals the apartment blocks that are now apart hotels for tourists The stairwells and landings within the apartments blocks and also riding the trams street cars as Roma calls them that surround the old town and the lead over the Vistula River bridges towards the Getta and other places in the outskirts of KrakowThere are descriptions in the book of the old way of life for Jewish people in Krakow before the war and it must have been a lovely place to live back then how things then fell apart cannot be over emphasised Roma takes you on a journey through a very long period in Krakow s history both before the war from her recollections of what her mother used to tell her about it and also from her own recollections of the wartime period too and then how Krakow then changed again under the communist rule and how this period was also terrible I especially like the fact the book shows family photos as you go through the journey of reading it rather than the annoying way that some books put all the photos together in a middle section of the book so that you then see images later on from when you need to seek them or you then see them too early in the books story More books should do it this way in my opinion I remember early in the book seeing a large photo of some of her families friends and other family members that also points out that Roman Polanski s parents are in the middle of the back row Through the early part of book Roma does refer a lot to her cousin named Roman but not at anytime does she tell you her cousin is actually THE Roman Polanski That is a surprise much later towards the end It was also a big shock that when I re watched Schindler s List immediately after finishing the book that in the very ending scenes of the film where all of the actual survivors of Oskar Schindler walk past his grave stone in Israel and place a rock on top of it that the man shown as Ryszard Horowitz is actually the same Ryszard Horowitz that she and Roman Polanski used to live with and play together with in the very aftermath of the war The three of them spent their time rediscovering some of their lost youth and rightfully so too Neither of these now famous characters were used at all on the back cover of the book or in the reviews at the front of the book to get you to purchase it and I respect that angle very much I think it was probably a very conscious decision between the author and the publisher and it really works well for that reason I thought Roma s detailing of her journey throughout her life was very interesting and vivid and I personally was engrossed from start to finish and read the book in less than 24 hours I started it waiting for my flight back home at Krakow airport and then finished it the next day Roma has had a journey and a half in her life and deserves her acclaim for what is a very well structured book It brought tears to my eyes on many occasions but also brought smiles to my face when she describes the finer things that happened to her too after the war I recommend the book anyway I am now going to purchase the Polish version of the book for my Polish partner to read as she will also be able to go on a journey through her own countries history in the same way I have just done

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Das Mädchen im roten Mantel review ß eBook or Kindle ePUB O the past as Roma Ligocka sought to reclaim her life and put together the pieces of a shattered childhood The result is this remarkable memoir a fifty year chronicle of survival and its aftermath With brutal honesty Ligocka recollects a childhood at the heart of evil the flashing black boots the sudden executions her mother weeping her father vanishedthen her own harrowing escape and th. I read this book over the course of a day because I found it hard to put it down It s well written and very compulsive I found some of it very distressing and I got uite upset during the first half of it This is partly down to the subject matter but mostly down to the fact that the observations of the horror are written from the perspective of a young child The simplicity of the writing and the confusion of the child are very movingIt s an autobiography of Roma Ligocka and starts with her earliest memories She was born in Poland in 1939 to Jewish parents Her first years were spent in the Krakow Ghetto and are absolutely horrific Roma and her mother escaped the Ghetto and spent the rest of the war in hidingI was particularly interested in Roma s account of Ghetto life because she was so young Adults heap huge responsibilty on her She is expected to keep secrets and remember cover stories but is never told why She sees people shot in front of her and is told to look away and not think about it This particular way of thinking is something she adopts as an adult and she refuses to talk about her past even though she suffers from fears and phobias that stem from that time The chapters that cover Roma s teenage life are fascinating I have read a few books about adult Holocaust survivors and the way they coped after 1945 but it was the first time I d read about a young person at that time Roma is creative and rebellious and desperate to find a place that she feels she belongs She throws herself into things she loves with passion like art and music She finds herself drawn to Communism and then becomes disenchanted by it There are also a number of references to Roman Polanski who is her cousin I think the thing that I liked most about this book was that I came away with a full picture of Roma Often autobiographies about the Holocaust end when the war ends and I m left wondering what happened By writing a book that deals with the Holocaust and then goes on to write about her subseuent successes and failures Roma Ligocka becomes a rounded person to the reader From Hell (Nueva edición) (Trazado) reclaim her life and put together the pieces of a shattered childhood The Stilling the Mind result is this La Huitième Couleur: Les Annales du Disque-monde, T1 recollects a childhood at the heart of evil the flashing black boots the sudden executions her mother weeping her father vanishedthen her own harrowing escape and th. 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Das Mädchen im roten Mantel review ß eBook or Kindle ePUB As a child in German occupied Poland Roma Ligocka was known for the bright strawberry red coat she wore against a tide of gathering darkness Fifty years later Roma an artist living in Germany attended a screening of Steven Spielberg’s Schindler’s List and instantly knew that “the girl in the red coat” the only splash of color in the film was her Thus began a harrowing journey int. Brutally beautiful