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The author of himself: the life of Marcel Reich-Ranicki

£20.00

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407 pages. 407 pages. Hardback in as new condition. Mid-grey boards with gilt titles to spine. Previous owner's name inscribed on front endpaper. Dustjacket in as new condition. An autobiography of Marcel Reich-Ranicki. Born in 1920 of Polish Jewish parents, he spent his youth in Berlin until the Nazis came to power. In 1938 he was deported with his family back to Poland, where he spent the war. In its subtlety, intelligence and clear-headedness, his account of the Warsaw Ghetto, the relations between Poles and Jews, Poles and Germans, Poles and Poles is one of the most compelling and dramatic ever recorded. Includes index. Originally published in Germany in 1999. This copy published in the UK in 2001, translated by Ewald Osers.

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Author(s):
Marcel Reich-Ranicki
Condition:
As new
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0297646680
ISBN-13:
9780297646686
Number of pages:
407
Publisher:
Weidenfeld & Nicolson

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407 pages. 407 pages. Hardback in as new condition. Mid-grey boards with gilt titles to spine. Previous owner's name inscribed on front endpaper. Dustjacket in as new condition. An autobiography of Marcel Reich-Ranicki. Born in 1920 of Polish Jewish parents, he spent his youth in Berlin until the Nazis came to power. In 1938 he was deported with his family back to Poland, where he spent the war. In its subtlety, intelligence and clear-headedness, his account of the Warsaw Ghetto, the relations between Poles and Jews, Poles and Germans, Poles and Poles is one of the most compelling and dramatic ever recorded. Includes index. Originally published in Germany in 1999. This copy published in the UK in 2001, translated by Ewald Osers.

Author(s):
Marcel Reich-Ranicki
Condition:
As new
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0297646680
ISBN-13:
9780297646686
Number of pages:
407
Publisher:
Weidenfeld & Nicolson

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