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A story of a young Jewish girl's coming-of-age during the tragic years of the Holocaust. This is the true story of Nechama Tec, whose family found refuge with Polish Christians during the Holocaust. Dry Tears is a dramatic tale of how an eleven-year-old child learned to "pass" in the forbidding Christian world and a quietly moving coming-of-age story. This book is unique celebration of the best human qualities that surface under the worst conditions.

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This is the true story of Nechama Tec, whose family found refuge with Polish Christians during the Holocaust. Dry Tears is a dramatic tale of how an eleven-year-old child learned to "pass in the forbidding Christian world and a quietly moving coming-of-age story. This book is unique celebration of the best human qualities that surface under the worst conditions.

A beautifully written and poignant account of what it was like for a young girl to be passing as a Gentile in Nazi-occupied Poland. Dry Tears moves me beyond words My admiration has no bounds. Merton, Columbia University.

Render[s] with such honest yet compassionate detail the struggle of Jews to 'pass' as Christians among anti-Semitic people who sheltered them, loved them, lived off them, and finally, after the war, were ashamed rather than proud of having taken [them] in. A story of human resilience Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford. It furthers the University's objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education by publishing worldwide. Academic Skip to main content.

Search Start Search. Choose your country or region Close. Dear Customer, As a global organisation, we, like many others, recognize the significant threat posed by the coronavirus. Please contact our Customer Service Team if you have any questions. Commemorating World War I. A compelling account. Quite accessible. Vincent College A beautifully written and poignant account of what it was like for a young girl to be passing as a Gentile in Nazi-occupied Poland.

Merton, Columbia University Render[s] with such honest yet compassionate detail the struggle of Jews to 'pass' as Christians among anti-Semitic people who sheltered them, loved them, lived off them, and finally, after the war, were ashamed rather than proud of having taken [them] in. Also of Interest. Resistance Nechama Tec. The Escape Line Megan Koreman. In the Lion's Den Nechama Tec. Weintraub, David Downie. Defiance Nechama Tec.

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Dry Tears: The Story of a Lost Childhood

Shortly after the occupation of Lublin in Jewish children had been barred from attending school and private instruction was prohibited. As with all such Nazi directives, disobedience if discovered met with severe punishment, even death. When our own school was closed -- I was eight at the time -- I was not in the least upset. But my parents reacted differently. They insisted that after the war my sister and I would need all the education we could get. And although I could not share their love and respect for education, their conviction that for us there would be an "after the war" impressed me. Like them, I too believed that we would survive the war.

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