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O Diário de Rywka

A vida dos judeus em Lodz o medo constante da deportação o trabalho forçado nas oficinas a fome e a miséria Mas acima de tudo os escritos de Rywka eram sua forma de resistir e de protestar numa tentativa de dar sentido ao mundo ao seu redo. Did not really connect with thisThe book is ramblingthe diary does not say very muchI do hope they find about her

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Diário comovente de uma jovem judia em edição enriuecida com textos ue ajudam a compreender um dos períodos mais sombrios da história da humanidade No final da Segunda Guerra Mundial foi encontrado um diário perto das ruínas dos crematóri. You know when I m very upset I admire life Then I wonder Why at the same time are some people crying while others are laughing or s

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Os de Auschwitz Birkenau Este diário pertencia a Rywka Lipszyc uma adolescente judia ue viveu com sua família no gueto de Lodz na Polônia Seu relato só veio a público setenta anos depois e logo se tornou um documento importante por registrar. I felt very connected to Rywka throughout this story in a strange way for me The writing made me feel I was traveling her journey w


10 thoughts on “O Diário de Rywka

  1. says:

    You know when I'm very upset I admire life Then I wonder Why at the same time are some people crying while others are laughing or suffering? At the same time some are being born others die or get sick Those who are born gr

  2. says:

    Perhaps a better title would have been Where is Rywka? It is certainly the uestion I was left with after reading this bookThe diary of Rywka Lipszyc has been verified as one of the many manuscripts hidden or buried by some of the unfortunate individuals on the Sonderkommando in Auschwitz Those brave men hid de

  3. says:

    Rywka Lipszyc was a 14 year old girl who had lost both of her parents and her two younger siblings and whose diary recorded a period of history in the Lodz ghetto From February 1940 to August 1944 a period of 4 12 years the Jewish population there fell from about 175000 to 1500 under the Nazi regime About 12 of the book

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    I am absolutely flabbergasted dismayed and perturbed how reading folks rate this book This is not the work of fiction This is a diary written at the time of the indescribable misery and privation at the time of suppression humiliation and agony This is the diary written by a young girl who had never been properly trained how to write coherently and what is she wrote it in Polish which was still one of the two or even thr

  5. says:

    I felt very connected to Rywka throughout this story in a strange way for me The writing made me feel I was traveling her journey with her I felt her sadness her excitement for better weather and the encouragement that can bring My sadness f

  6. says:

    Original review can be found at am fascinated with anything related to the Holocaust and World War II I have read hundreds of books both fiction and non fiction and I've watched numerous documentaries It is a part of history that I think is important to be remembered especially now that there are very few survivors left to speak about itAs I was reading Rywka's Diary the same thought kept popping into my head This was written in t

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    My review for the San Francisco Book ReviewIn 1945 a Russian doctor discovered a diary in the ruins of the cremation ovens in the Auschwitz death camp She passed it down through her family and it did not come to light for than 65 years It was the diary of a young Jewish girl who survived the ghetto at Lodz Poland and death camps even while her parents brother and two sisters were all lost to the holocaust Her

  8. says:

    Did not really connect with thisThe book is ramblingthe diary does not say very muchI do hope they find about her

  9. says:

    The Diary of Rywka LipszycThe author’s diary was found in Auschwitz and then lost” for 70 years Recently studied translated and published it tells the story of a young teen aged girl’s failed attempt to survive having courageously struggled in the Lodz Ghetto only to later be murdered in the notorious extermination

  10. says:

    I continue to read books about the time of Nazi Germany Someone told me about this diary that was found years ago 1945 in

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