Absence of closure / by Gustav Schonfeld.
What was it like to survive the brutality of Nazi Germany? Doctor Gustav Schonfeld lived through the concentration camps and came to the United States as a refugee, and now in his searing memoir, Absence of Closure, he tells his startling story. Beautifully written and filled with insights, Absence of Closure takes readers from the terrifying camps at Auschwitz and Dachau to the new hopes and freedoms of America. Schonfeld bravely and honestly describes how he battled his anger to succeed as a doctor, husband and father, honoring his present good fortune while never forgetting the past. This is a tremendous book for anyone interested in history, the Holocaust, or in a moving story of a most remarkable man.
- [Charleston, S.C.] : BookSurge, c2008
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