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A Wolf in the Attic : the Legacy of a Hidden Child of the Holocaust.

Author: Sophia Richman
Publisher: Hoboken : Taylor and Francis, 2012.
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A Wolf in the Attic: Even though she was only two, the little girl knew she must never go into the attic. Strange noises came from there. Mama said there was a wolf upstairs, a hungry, dangerous wolf ... but the truth was far more dangerous than that. Much too dangerous to tell a Jewish child marked for death. One cannot mourn what one doesn't acknowledge, and one cannot heal if one does not mourn ... A Wolf in the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Biography
Personal narratives
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Richman, Sophia.
A Wolf in the Attic : The Legacy of a Hidden Child of the Holocaust.
Hoboken : Taylor and Francis, ©2012
Named Person: Sophia Richman; Sophia Richman
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Sophia Richman
ISBN: 9781136400001 1136400001
OCLC Number: 819635963
Description: 1 online resource (295 pages)
Contents: Cover; A Wolf in the Attic: The Legacy of a Hidden Child of the Holocaust; Copyright; CONTENTS; Foreword; Preface; Acknowledgments; Chapter 1 Fragments of a Lost World; Chapter 2 Scrambling for Life; Chapter 3 Excerpts from Hell; Chapter 4 Escape; Chapter 5 Hidden in Plain Sight; Chapter 6 In Death's Shadow; Chapter 7 Refugees; Chapter 8 Lost and Found in America; Chapter 9 Struggles and Triumphs of Adolescence; Chapter 10 The College Years: New Avenues and Dead Ends; Chapter 11 Illusions of Freedom; Chapter 12 Gathering Strength; Chapter 13 On My Own Again; Chapter 14 Healing Relationships. Chapter 15 The Life ThreadChapter 16 The Hour of the Wolf; Chapter 17 Out of Hiding; Chapter 18 Secrets and Secretions; Chapter 19 The Wolf Strikes Again; Chapter 20 Invisible Scars; Chapter 21 Coming to Terms; Epilogue: Ghosts of Galicia; Bibliography.
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A Wolf in the Attic: Even though she was only two, the little girl knew she must never go into the attic. Strange noises came from there. Mama said there was a wolf upstairs, a hungry, dangerous wolf ... but the truth was far more dangerous than that. Much too dangerous to tell a Jewish child marked for death. One cannot mourn what one doesn't acknowledge, and one cannot heal if one does not mourn ... A Wolf in the Attic is a powerful memoir written by a psychoanalyst who was a hidden child in Poland during World War II. Her story, in additio.

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