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The invisible bridge

Author: Julie Orringer
Publisher: New York : Alfred A. Knopf, 2010.
Edition/Format:   Book : Fiction : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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An unforgettable story of three brothers, of history and love, of marriage tested by disaster, of a Jewish family's struggle against annihilation, and of the dangerous power of art in a time of war.
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Genre/Form: Jewish fiction
Love stories
Historical fiction
Fiction
Fictional Works
Material Type: Fiction, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Julie Orringer
ISBN: 9781400041169 1400041163
OCLC Number: 430839007
Description: x, 602 pages ; 25 cm
Contents: Part One: The Street of Schools --
A Letter --
The Western Europe Express --
The Quartier Latin --
Ecole Speciale --
Theatre Sarah-Bernhardt --
Work --
A Luncheon --
Gare D'Orsay --
Bois de Vincennes --
Rue de Sevigne --
Winter Holiday --
Part Two: Broken Glass --
What Happened at the Studio --
Visitor --
A Haircut --
In the Tuileries --
The Stone Cottage --
Synagogue de la Victoire --
Café Bedouin --
An Alley --
A Dead Man --
Part Three: Departures and Arrivals --
A Dinner Party --
Signorina di Sabato --
Sportsclub Saint-Germain --
The S.S. Ile De France --
The Hungarian Consulate --
Part Four: The Invisible Bridge --
Subcarpathia --
The Snow Goose --
Furlough --
Banhida Camp --
Barna and the General --
Tamas Levi --
Szentendre Yard --
Passage to the East --
Part Five: By Fire --
Turka --
The Tatars in Hungary --
A Fire in the Snow --
An Escape --
Occupation --
Farewell --
Nightmare --
The Dead --
A Name.
Responsibility: Julie Orringer.
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An unforgettable story of three brothers, of history and love, of marriage tested by disaster, of a Jewish family's struggle against annihilation, and of the dangerous power of art in a time of war.

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