Jewish women rescued from Theresienstadt read while resting on their beds in the Hadwigschulhaus in St. Gallen, Switzerland.
(photo credit: WALTER SCHEIWILLER/UNITED STATES HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL MUSEUM)
There is no shortage of Holocaust novels in the world, from so many different angles that you’d be forgiven for thinking there might be room for no more. So if you are going to write Holocaust fiction in the 21st century, make it good and make it count.Where does Fergus O’Connell’s The Paradise Ghetto fit in? The answer is not so simple.
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