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The Violin of Auschwitz: Book summary and reviews of The Violin of Auschwitz by Maria Àngels Anglada
The Violin of Auschwitz Summary
An international sensation now available in English for the first time, The Violin of Auschwitz is the unforgettable story of one man's refusal to surrender his dignity in the face of history's greatest atrocity.
The Violin of Auschwitz Reviews
"A beautifully crafted and deeply moving novel of a violin maker imprisoned in Auschwitz whose life depends on creating a perfect instrument." - Shelf Awareness
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Maria Àngels Anglada (193099) was one of the most important Catalan figures of the twentieth century and one of its most prestigious and widely read authors. She was the winner of many awards and honors, including the Octavi Pellissa Prize for her book of short stories Nit de 1911.
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