Auschwitz: True Tales from a Grotesque Land

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CONTENTS
Translator's Foreword / ix
Alienation / 3
Exchange / 8
New Arrivals / 13
Without Pity / 17
Death of the Zugang / 22
Salvation / 27
The Roar of the Beast / 31
The Infirmary / 36
What Kind of a Person
Was Orli Reichert? / 41
The Fight for Masha's Life / 43
A Plate of Soup / 45
Erika's Red Triangle / 48
A Peculiar Roll Call / 51
The Block of Death / 53
Morituri te Salutant / 58
Marie and Odette / 63
Esther's First Born / 67
Old Words -- New Meanings / 72
Children / 79
A Living Torch / 81
The Little Gypsy / 83
Taut as a String / 85
The Extermination of the Midgets / 89
Natasha's Triumph / 94
The Price of Life / 98
The Lovers of Auschwitz / 100
The Dance of the Rabbis / 105
Revenge of a Dancer / 107
The Verdict / 110
Friendly Meetings / 114
Old Women / 118
Ilya Ehrenburg Addresses Us / 121
The New Year's Celebration / 123
The Bewitched Sleigh / 127
The Camp Blanket / 132
In Pursuit of Life / 137
The Plagues of Egypt / 142
Without the Escorts / 146
The First Days of Freedom / 151
The Road Back / 155
Editors' Afterword / 163
Glossary / 183

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Translator's Foreword ix
  • Alienation 3
  • Exchange 8
  • New Arrivals 13
  • Without Pity 17
  • Death of the Zugang 22
  • Salvation 27
  • The Roar of the Beast 31
  • The Infirmary 36
  • What Kind of a Person Was Orli Reichert? 41
  • The Fight for Masha's Life 43
  • A Plate of Soup 45
  • Erika's Red Triangle 48
  • A Peculiar Roll Call 51
  • The Block of Death 53
  • Morituri Te Salutant 58
  • Marie and Odette 63
  • Esther's First Born 67
  • Old Words -- New Meanings 72
  • Children 79
  • A Living Torch 81
  • The Little Gypsy 83
  • Taut as a String 85
  • The Extermination of the Midgets 89
  • Natasha's Triumph 94
  • The Price of Life 98
  • The Lovers of Auschwitz 100
  • The Dance of the Rabbis 105
  • Revenge of a Dancer 107
  • The Verdict 110
  • Friendly Meetings 114
  • Old Women 118
  • Ilya Ehrenburg Addresses Us 121
  • The New Year's Celebration 123
  • The Bewitched Sleigh 127
  • The Camp Blanket 132
  • In Pursuit of Life 137
  • The Plagues of Egypt 142
  • Without the Escorts 146
  • The First Days of Freedom 151
  • The Road Back 155
  • Editors' Afterword 163
  • Glossary 183
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