'The Train to Warsaw' examines a Poli...

'The Train to Warsaw' examines a Polish couple's ...

There are 1 comment on the The Miami Herald story from Jun 21, 2014, titled 'The Train to Warsaw' examines a Polish couple's .... In it, The Miami Herald reports that:

Gwen Edelman's novels, both of which begin and end on a train, belong to the ever-growing literature of the Holocaust.

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Clear Dharma

Chichester, UK

#1 Jun 22, 2014
This book sounds like the usual Jewish fiction which is used to stimulate bleeding hearts for the poor Jews of the world, who are always poor and destitute, forever suffering and who everyone hates and cares not a jot for. Of course in these works of fiction, nobody else suffered or suffers and so no mention is made of the Polocaust where an entire country was raped and pillaged by both Nazi Germans and Bolsheviks for over 40 years, where the Jews did there fair share of killing .. but of course it wouldn't do to mention that fact in this romantic tale ...would it?

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