Narratives, testimonies and poems conjure up the atmosphere of Thessaloniki and of the Jewish community from the late nineteenth century until the Second World War.
Narratives, testimonies and poems conjure up the atmosphere of Thessalonica and of Jewish society from the late nineteenth century until the Second World War.
Israeli author Yoram Kaniuk paints the portrait of a woman in love, who survives the German Occupation in Greece and later lives in Palestine.
Aharon Megged describes the harsh life of the Salonican dockworkers-porters, the hamals, with allusions to the Holocaust.
Yehuda Haim Perahia transports us to old Salonica, through the life of a family with a nubile daughter, Biba, describing the traditions and the values of the Jewish community in that period.
In the short story by Rachel Alkalai, Palomika is obliged to leave Thessalonica for Palestine, where she will experience the contrasts of two very different worlds.
Weight 280 g Dimensions 15 × 21 cm Binding Language
Pages 160 Images 65 Drawings