I won't die hungry : a holocaust survivor's memoir / Alice Singer-Genis with Emunah Herzog.
"I Won't Be Hungry When I Die" is the story of a woman whose hunger for a meaningful life was second only to her will to survive. In her simple, unpretentious, yet always intelligent voice, Alice Singer-Genis recounts her life, allowing the reader to accompany her from a safe childhood in the Singer House in 1930s Vilno [Vilnius, Lithuania] through the horrors of the Holocaust, the post-war years in Munich and New York City, followed by ups and downs in small town America. Beyond being another shard in the mosaic of literary Holocaust documentation, this memoir is a testimony to the importance of family, love, and loyalty, to the virtues of education, generosity, and tolerance, and to the strength of the human spirit.
- Bloomington, Ind. : AuthorHouse, 2011
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