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Else Krischner, a vigorous and effervescent woman, refuses to be imprisoned by society's rules and mors. A sweeping epic that spans the first half of the 20th century and praised as a German "Gone with the Wind" will delight and surprise readers.
About the Author
Angelika Schrobsdorff was born in 1927 in Freiburg. She immigrated to Sofia in 1939 with her mother and returned to Germany in 1947. She married Claude Lanzmann, director of the landmark 1985 documentary Shoah, in 1971, and, after more than a decade in Paris and Monaco they moved to Israel in 1983. Today, Angelika Schrobsdorff lives in Berlin. She is the author of ten novels and two works of short stories.