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Thomas Keneally, Schindler's Ark

”The resistance claimed that ten thousand murders on a given day were within the capacity of Auschwitz Two. Then, for the Łódź area, there was the camp at Chelmo, also equipped according to the new technology. 53 more words


Book Review: Schindler's Ark

A massive yellow star emblazons my copy of Schindler’s Ark, an enduring reminder of the horror of the Holocaust that still continues to haunt Europe today.  358 more words


Late July & Early August TBR Books

Still on course to catch up with my reading this year, I will try to finish these 4 books by early August:

1. The Outsider – Albert Camus… 349 more words


My Year in Books: 21-25

My life is a constant battle with the Goodreads Reading Challenge. At the current moment I’m four books behind apparently. It seems that whenever I actually manage to catch up, I blink and I’m two books behind already. 762 more words


Fiction in Schindler's List

In the “Author’s Note” to Schindler’s List Keneally writes:

To use the texture and the devices of a novel to tell a true story is a course which has frequently been followed in modern writing.

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“…Looking at them, you became frightened for your own precarious humanity. The inhuman thing was beyond feeding, washing, warming. The only way left to restore it – as well as yourself – to humanity was through ritual.

– Schindler’s Ark, Thomas Kineally, 1982