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By J. SerVaas Williams

ABRAHAM AND SARAH is an intricately woven novel taken from actual biblical and ancient resources, revealing the fullness and richness of religion and love opposed to a tapestry of historic civilizations. Take all that may be gleaned from the vintage narrative of Abraham and Sarah; upload the knowledge of old and glossy historians; intersplice the wealth of the main up to date archaeological proof; and a guy and a lady of remarkable talents, truth, and humanness seem.

If Abraham lived in a pagan setting, how did he turn into a guy of significant religion? Who was once Sarah? Is there any logical reason for her incredible attractiveness that charmed and enticed kings whilst she used to be on the age of seventy-five and back whilst she was once 90?

Archaeologist Sir C. Leonard Woolley, saw that "amongst the shadowy characters of historic background, Abraham stands proud as a dwelling character whom we will understand and with whom we will sympathize....and now, along this dwelling character, we discover Sarah, possibly the main notable, but mysterious girl of all time!" ABRAHAM AND SARAH is an epic love tale, an engrossing page-turner for the a long time, a needs to learn for everyone of religion.

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Kaplan, “Jewish Women in Nazi Germany: Daily Life, Daily Struggles, 1933-1939,” Different Voices: Women and the Holocaust, eds. Carol Rittner and John K. Roth, New York: Paragon House, 1993, 187-212. See Dwork, 210. 40 Part I: Remembering Childhood in Nazi Germany Later, survivors were transferred to so-called Displaced Persons Camps, where they endured hunger and chaotic circumstances while awaiting lengthy immigration procedures, a process that in many cases took years. It was only after liberation that survivors learned the fate of their families and friends and began to grasp the full extent of the Nazi genocide.

Translation is my own. Part I: Remembering Childhood in Nazi Germany War Children and Child Survivors The first part of this study places Ruth Klüger’s Holocaust memoir weiter leben. Eine Jugend (1992, Still Alive: A Holocaust Girlhood Remembered, 2001) alongside Christa Wolf’s Patterns of Childhood (1980, Kindheitsmuster, 1976), a fictionalized account of the author’s youth during National Socialism. Both women experienced the Nazi onslaught, war, and defeat at approximately the same age (Wolf was born in 1929, Klüger in 1931) but in vastly different ways.

Lowell A. Bangerter, New York: Europa Editions, 2007, 596. See Martin Walser’s autobiographical novel Ein springender Brunnen (1998), and the following autobiographies: Günter Grass, Beim Häuten der Zwiebel (2006), Joachim Fest, Ich nicht. Erin- Introduction 19 both men and women embrace autobiographical genres, and incorporate artifacts such as photographs, letters, and other documents. 48 The genre, which quickly became a favorite approach of children and grandchildren to trace their family’s involvement in Nazi Germany, seems equally popular with male and female authors.

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