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Burning horses : a Hungarian life turned upside down

Author: Agatha Hoff
Publisher: El Paso, Tex. : Sweet Earth Flying Press, ©2010.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Agatha Hoff's reconstruction of her mother's life is based on Éva Leopold Badic's writings, the many discussions between both of them, and Agatha's childhood memories. The story is told as if Éva herself were telling it"--Page 12.
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Genre/Form: Biographical fiction
Fiction
Historical fiction
Personal narratives Fiction
Biography Fiction
Named Person: Éva Leopold Badics
Material Type: Biography, Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Agatha Hoff
ISBN: 9780979098710 0979098718
OCLC Number: 457150502
Notes: Agatha Hoff's reconstruction of her mother's life is based on Éva Leopold Badic's writings, the many discussions between both of them, and Agatha's childhood memories. The story is told as if Éva herself were telling it -- Note to the reader.
Description: 204 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Preface by Agatha Hoff --
Acknowledgements --
Note to the reader --
Introduction by Éva Leopold Badics --
The rocking horse --
The great war --
Sixteen --
Jóska --
The wedding --
And we lived happily ever after --
The Nazi nightmare --
The boot --
The war rolls on --
András --
Christmas 1944 --
Burning horses --
The Russian nightmare --
Among the ashes --
Forever alone --
Steven --
Through the Iron Curtain --
The survivors --
To the promised land --
Epilogue by Agatha Hoff --
Hungarian Jewish timeline --
Other pertinent books on the Jewish Holocaust.
Responsibility: Agatha Hoff.

Abstract:

"Agatha Hoff's reconstruction of her mother's life is based on Éva Leopold Badic's writings, the many discussions between both of them, and Agatha's childhood memories. The story is told as if Éva herself were telling it"--Page 12.

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