Good Neighbors, Bad Times: Echoes of My Father's German Village

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GOOD NEIGHBORS,
BAD TIMES
Echoes of My Father’s German Village

MIMI SCHWARTZ

University of Nebraska Press | Lincoln and London

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Table of contents

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  • Title Page v
  • Contents xi
  • Illustrations xiii
  • Author's Note xv
  • Part One- Close to Home 1
  • 1- Treadmill to the Past 3
  • 2- Anonymous Translation 8
  • 3- At the Nachmittag 17
  • 4- Kaffeeklatsch 24
  • 5- Joie de Vivre 35
  • 6- Four Stories of the Torah 48
  • 7- The Revolving Room 59
  • Part Two- An Ocean Away 73
  • 8- off the Record 75
  • 9- A Little Respect, Please 95
  • 10- The Good Raincoat 102
  • 11- Hedwig, Fritz, and [Schtumpela] 113
  • 12- The Second Generation 122
  • Part Three- Back and Forth 137
  • 13- Willy from Baltimore 139
  • 14- Five Kilometers Away 151
  • 15- Katherine of Dorn 164
  • 16- Truth Transposed 175
  • 17- What Willy's Neighbor Says… 177
  • 18- The Red Album 180
  • 19- Where Legend Ends 193
  • 20- At My Father's Grave 203
  • Part Four End Points 211
  • 21- The Other Miriam 213
  • 22- Three Little Girls 221
  • 23- Yes or No? 234
  • 24- The Celebration 243
  • Acknowledgments 259
  • University of Nebraska Press 261
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