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The Lost Family

Blum, Jenna.

New York : Harper Collins, 2018.

417 p.

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The tale of a husband devasted by a grief he cannot name, a frustrated wife struggling to compete with a ghost she cannot bannish, and a daughter sensitive to the pain of both. It is study of the repercussions of love and loss that spans a generation from the 1960s to the 1980s. It is a vivid prortrait of marriage, family and the haunting grief of WWII.

Donated by: Margie Weiner.

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ISBN:

978-0-06-274216-2

Author:

Blum, Jenna.

Title:

The Lost Family.

Edition:

!st.

Publisher:

New York : Harper Collins, 2018.

Physical:

417 p.

Summary:

The tale of a husband devasted by a grief he cannot name, a frustrated wife struggling to compete with a ghost she cannot bannish, and a daughter sensitive to the pain of both. It is study of the repercussions of love and loss that spans a generation from the 1960s to the 1980s. It is a vivid prortrait of marriage, family and the haunting grief of WWII.

Subject:

Marriage

Subject:

Family

Subject:

Grief--Holocaust (193901945)

Subject:

Relationships.

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