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La bibliotecaria de AuschwitzBased On The Experience Of Real Life Auschwitz Prisoner Dita Kraus, This Is The Incredible Story Of A Girl Who Risked Her Life To Keep The Magic Of Books Alive During The Holocaust.Fourteen Year Old Dita Is One Of The Many Imprisoned By The Nazis At Auschwitz Taken, Along With Her Mother And Father, From The Terez N Ghetto In Prague, Dita Is Adjusting To The Constant Terror That Is Life In The Camp When Jewish Leader Freddy Hirsch Asks Dita To Take Charge Of The Eight Precious Volumes The Prisoners Have Managed To Sneak Past The Guards, She Agrees And So Dita Becomes The Librarian Of Auschwitz Out Of One Of The Darkest Chapters Of Human History Comes This Extraordinary Story Of Courage And Hope.

Antonio Gonz lez Iturbe Zaragoza, 1967 creci en el barrio portuario de Barcelona y se licenci en Ciencias de la Informaci n en la Universidad Aut noma de Barcelona Lleva veinte a os dedicado al periodismo cultural Ha sido coordinador del suplemento de televisi n de El Peri dico, redactor de la revista de cine Fantastic Magazine y trabaja desde hace diecis is a os en la revista Qu Leer, de l

10 thoughts on “La bibliotecaria de Auschwitz

  1. says:

    Meh After reading some classic Holocaust novels such as Night by Elie Wiesel and the classic The Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank or even great young adults novels such as The Edelweiss Express, or the amazing The Book Thief I felt Antonio Iturbe and The Librarian of Auschwitz was out of its league.It lacked passion, emotion and the book was slow in many places and many of the characters less than interesting The flashbacks, the asides, the sudden shift in POV, it just did not work.To sum it up it reads like a text book trying to be a fictional account of a real thing The translation is poorly done if that is the issue with it.When you read a holocaust novel, the authors should respect the subject matter Elie Wiesel did just that when he wrote Night, even young adult author Mark A Cooper wh...

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    I sit back and I close my eyes I imagine my five daughters, and the life that they live today They have friends, clothes, make up, and they adore school just the same as every teenaged Jew girl had done I get to the part in my mind that imagines our family being ripped apart, and the chaos and confusion that all those people and children surely felt during the war It is unbearable, and I open my eyes I cannot bear to even imagine what they all must have went through, none the less having to endure such pain and suffering I read as much as my gut will allow about the war, and I do not feel like the current youth is educated enough about what exactly had happened during this time They are taught the basics, but it is books such as The Librarian of Auschwitz bring the stories of the people who suffered so endlessly to life I do not believe in coincidence, and the author Antonio Iturbe, was destined to meet and converse with the main character Dita They were brought together by chance, and although there was a language barrier, they managed to communicate and the story that unravelled was meant to be told This book is based around Dita an Auschwitz survivor, and with some non fiction added the author was able to create a compelling story of bravery, survival and how magnificent the strength of the human spirit can be Dita is given the ...

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    Na Internet h toneladas de informa o sobre Auschwitz, mas a informa o s nos fala do lugar Se queremos um lugar que nos fale a n s, temos de ir l e ficar o tempo suficiente para ouvir o que ele tem para nos dizer Eu fui H cerca de tr s meses, estive em Auschwitz Birkenau Durante um par de horas percorri salas e ruas mergulhada numa tristeza e ang stia indescrit veis Sei que, no que me resta de tempo por aqui, esquecerei pessoas e lugares que passaram e passar o por mim, mas as horas que vivi nesse t mulo gigante permanecer o sempre na minha mem ria.Perturba me qualquer atrocidade que um ser humano possa cometer contra outro, no entanto, com um esfor o mental at o posso entender as guerras, e a ambi o pelo poder que lhe est inerente, fazem parte da natureza humana Mas que homens planeiem e executem a extin o de um povo, pela religi o, cor dos olhos, ou seja l o que for, foge ao meu entendimento e chega a envergonhar me pertencer ra a humana.O relatado neste livro n o fic o a hist ria verdadeira de Dita Polachava, hoje Dita Kraus, e de tantos outros seres, prisioneiros, torturados e assassinados pelo crime de serem judeus um relato de sofrimento e morte, mas tamb m de luta e esperan a, aqui, oferecidas pelos livros, pelos quais Dita se apronta ...

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    I won t say a word against the content, because it is worthy I ve read a few books about the Holocaust, both fiction and non fiction I only vaguely knew about books, but never about the librarian running such a clandestine operation in a death camp like Auschwitz I m really glad I read about Dita Kraus Dita Adler in the book No matter how many times I read about Nazi atrocities it still doesn t fail to shock me But, overall, the book didn t work for me because of the way it was written or translated I would have liked it better if it was a straight non fiction, or if it had a linear timeline The flashbacks, the asides, the sudden shift in POV and even tense, it just did not work I also didn t feel I really knew Dita I got a better sense of her personality when I googled her partway through the reading of my book The first story that popped up was about her lighting a torch for Holocaust remembrance in 2014, and the story tran...

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    It is always a revelation when you read a book about someone who at such a young age took on a role that was not only dangerous but also one in which death awaited her if she was caught.Dita Strauss was a mere fourteen years old when she and her parents arrived at Auschwitz They were assigned to the family camp and as all were assigned to work, Dita went to work in the school There she meets Freddy Hirsch, the Jewish leader in charge of the children of Auschwitz He gives her an assignment She is to be the protector of books that have been hidden Dita is only fourteen and yet she strives to do her job as the books are a link to a world of sanity She secrets the books away as she carries them to others.Being in the children s block, she was overseen by the infamous Dr Mengele The author describes some of her interaction with him They all knew he was Dr Death and his experiments on people were the stuff of nightmares Each transport brought to the family camp were given six months to live They all knew that their lives were desti...

  6. says:

    The afterword was amazing Have you read it I need to compose my thoughts now for that review to follow.

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    They are holding something that is absolutely forbidden in Auschwitz These items, so dangerous that their mere possession is a death sentence, cannot be fired, nor do they have a sharp point, a blade, or a heavy end These items, which the relentless guards of the Reich fear so much, are nothing than books old, unbound, with missing pages, and in tatters Dita Adlerova is barely starting her teen years when WWII breaks out Originally from Prague, Dita s family along with other Jewish families are forced to move to the Terezin ghetto While life in the ghetto is hardly perfect, circumstance deals a bad hand to Dita when she is transferred to Auschwitz Birkenau concentration camp Placed in the uniquely special Block 31, where families are allowed to remain together, Dita acquires a unique title Librarian of the clandestine school Its a role that will sustain her, quite literally.My genre of choice is historical fiction, specially that pertaining to WWII and the Holocaust This book fit the b...

  8. says:

    Haver quem n o partilhe este fasc nio pelo facto de alguns terem arriscado a vida para manterem aberta uma escola secreta e uma biblioteca clandestina em Auschwitz Birkenau Haver sempre quem pense que foi um acto de coragem in til num campo de exterm nio, quando h outras preocupa es mais prementes os livros n o curam doen as, nem podem ser usados como armas para derrotar um ex rcito de verdugos, n o enchem o est mago nem matam a sede verdade a cultura n o necess ria para a sobreviv ncia do homem, bastam o p o e a gua verdade que com p o para comer e gua para beber o homem sobrevive, mas s com isso morre a humanidade inteira Se o homem n o se emociona com a beleza, se n o fecha os olhos e p e em marcha os mecanismos da imagina o, se n o capaz de interrogar se e vislumbrar os limites da sua ignor ncia, homem ou mulher, mas n o pessoa nada o destingue de um salm o, de uma ...

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    5 StarsMy thoughts are definitely inadequate as to how to convey the horrific atrocities that occurred during this time in history that many would like to forget or ignore.This story needs to be known because it s one of survival amongst such evil, as well as an amazing feat of triumph despite the astron...

  10. says:

    I was satisfied with this book, as a librarian myself I enjoyed reading about an unknown side story in the Holocaust that focuses in books, while the story happened in a tragic background a German concentration camp , it focuses in how the main character Dita was able to hide books from the Germans while in the camp and help kids learn from them as long she could Since this story has ...

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