Katya, born in Soviet Kiev, discovers that she hails from a Jewish family which had its roots in Vienna. Recalling the memories of her parents, she reconstructs with tenderness and humour the family history of three gene­rations, as it developed and was shaped by the catastrophes of the 20th century.

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    Katya, born and raised in Soviet Kiev, discovered that she came from a Jewish family which had its roots in Vienna and had ended up in Russia, having lived for a period in Warsaw.

    Recalling the memories of her parents, she journeys to Warsaw, but also to the former concentration camps which are now national monuments. In the middle of her travels and after a pain-staking search in the archives she reconstructs with tenderness and humour the family history of three generations, as it developed and was shaped by the catastrophes of the 20th century.

    A modern, well-articulated novel, it narrates with tenderness and humour the life of a family in Eastern Europe and Russia during the turbulent events of the 20th century.

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    Weight 410 g
    Dimensions 15 × 21 cm
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    Greek

    Pages 224
    Images 12
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Katya, born in Soviet Kiev, discovers that she hails from a Jewish family which had its roots in Vienna. Recalling the memories of her parents, she reconstructs with tenderness and humour the family history of three gene­rations, as it developed and was shaped by the catastrophes of the 20th century.

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