The deeply moving, Pulitzer Prize–nominated memoir of a young Jewish woman's imprisonment at the Auschwitz death camp. In 1944, on the morning of her twenty-third birthday, Isabella Leitner and her family were deported to Auschwitz, the Nazi extermination camp. There, she and her siblings relied on one another's love and support to remain hopeful in the midst of the great evil surrounding them. In Fragments of Isabella, Leitner reveals a glimpse of humanity in a world of darkness. Hailed by Publishers Weekly as "a celebration of the strength of the human spirit as it passes through fire," this powerful and luminous Pulitzer Prize–nominated memoir, written thirty years after the author's escape from the Nazis, has become a classic of holocaust literature and human survival. This ebook features rare images from the author's estate.
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