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EL CUADERNO DE RUTKA LASKIER PDF

Get this from a library! El cuaderno de Rutka. [Rutka Laskier]. El cuaderno de Rutka / Rutka’s Notebook: A Voice from the Holocaust (Spanish. El cuaderno de Rutka by Rutka Laskier, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. El cuaderno de Rutka by Rutka Laskier at – ISBN – ISBN – Suma – – Softcover.

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As if I am seized by joy, I am flooded with some kind of happiness I can’t explain. This is a diary from an approximate four month period from a teenage girl.

It’s a mere 86 pages and it took me just shy of a week to read. I honestly found her waffling on falling in love with the boy Janek as a sign she had not lost her humanity.

One moment she loves him; the next she hates him.

Feb 23, Petra rated it did not like it. The diary is accompanied by photographs, and followed by commentary placing it in context.

Rutka’s Notebook: A Voice from the Holocaust by Rutka Laskier

Genuinely difficult to read. I cried continually and felt bitter anger at the unfairness and inhumane end Rutka and so many like her endured. I suppose after further contemplation I’ve been thinking about what I would say before finishing.

It was so sad to read the daily thoughts of such a young girl who should have had a long ruttka ahead of her, and all the while knowing that she would not make cyaderno to adulthood. At the end of the book, there is a very good bibliography listing other diaries from the holocaust years. Citations are based on reference standards. If you are a fan of nonfiction war history laskirr through the eyes of children and don’t mind the journal format than this is the book for you.

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Similar Items Related Subjects: This is Rutka Laskier’s take on the Holocaust as she lived it. Certainly not because it was poorly written or uninteresting, quite the contrary, it reached into my soul and tore me apart. An 82 year old friend of Rutka’s held onto to her diary for 61 years. But hey – why not? Get this from a library! Since some of the entries are short, the book contains pictures of her family and the general area to help add to the content.

Now I am terrified when I see uniforms. She had an extended vocabulary which made me have to think. This book helped me realize that even more. I also liked how on the other side of the page, there were interesting facts about the war.

Search WorldCat Find items in libraries near you. She has the typical friend family and boy drama, but she also has the adult thinking of starvation exterminations and freedom If you are a fan of nonfiction war history seen through the eyes of children and don’t mind the journal format than this is the book for you.

This diary only came to light after being hidden for 60 years and one must admire the research that went into finding people, or people who knew people, and authenticating the facts.

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I found the resources very helpful since this book was so short and would recommend looking at the resources at the back should you want additional books. Book ratings by Goodreads. I felt I got to know Anne Frank a lot better since her diary was much longer. Something about looking into her little brother’s eyes in their first diplayed portrait in the book.

El cuaderno de Rutka

This short diary lets you experience this through her eyes. All three books, as well as that of Peter Ginz, are most definitely worth reading on their own merits. Since some of the entr This book is a diary of a 14 year old Polish girl who lived in a polish ghetto before eventually being sent off to a concentration camp where she was killed.

Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. With glee, she recounts the books she has just read, along with the possiblity that she and her friends will finally be emigrating to Eretz Israel, Palestine. To ask other readers questions about Rutka’s Dlplease sign up. This boo This book takes just an hour to read and does a nice job of putting her 50 pages of diary in historical context.