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Das Mädchen im roten MantelAs A Child In German Occupied Poland, Roma Ligocka Was Known For The Bright Strawberry Red Coat She Wore Against A Tide Of Gathering Darkness Fifty Years Later, Roma, An Artist Living In Germany, Attended A Screening Of Steven Spielberg S Schindler S List, And Instantly Knew That The Girl In The Red Coat The Only Splash Of Color In The Film Was Her Thus Began A Harrowing Journey Into The Past, As Roma Ligocka Sought To Reclaim Her Life And Put Together The Pieces Of A Shattered Childhood The Result Is This Remarkable Memoir, A Fifty Year Chronicle Of Survival And Its Aftermath With Brutal Honesty, Ligocka Recollects A Childhood At The Heart Of Evil The Flashing Black Boots, The Sudden Executions, Her Mother Weeping, Her Father Vanished Then Her Own Harrowing Escape And The Strange Twists Of Fate That Allowed Her To Live On Into The Haunted Years After The War Powerful, Lyrical, And Unique Among Holocaust Memoirs, The Girl In The Red Coat Eloquently Explores The Power Of Evil To Twist Our Lives Long After We Have Survived It It Is A Story For Anyone Who Has Ever Known The Darkness Of An Unbearable Past And Searched For The Courage To Move Forward Into The Light.

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  • Paperback
  • 413 pages
  • Das Mädchen im roten Mantel
  • Roma Ligocka
  • French
  • 09 June 2018
  • 9782253115427

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  1. says:

    Yes this is a harrowing story about this little girl and a fascinating insight to what it must have been like in Krakow at that time Sadly I did not warm to the author She came across as obsessed with herself Throughout the book she seems to want to put across how beautiful she was and how men would pursue her and ask to marry her at the drop of a hat This may well be the case but I really felt I did not need this information This author, despite her terrible childhood, did not ever have to endure being in a concentration camp You can walk away, as she did, from an alcoholic You could not walk away from Auschwitz She should not have put this comment in the book Also, there is a theme throughout the book about her wanting to disappear or be invisible Despite this she still tells us how she would dress in colourful clothes and low cut tops Of course she has been mentally damaged by her past and I do feel for all of the children who endured what she did and far worse But I get a sense of this woman capitalising on her past in a way which I find a little irritating I also think the family who kept taking them into their home were not given as much attention as they deserved We are told, Manuella, the lovely daughter of this family had died The author idolised this young woman ...

  2. says:

    2.5 stars.Unfortunately I didn t like Roma much The story of her life started in the ghetto of Krakow at the beginning of the war It is told with a great distance, the words didn t reach my heart.

  3. says:

    Brutally beautiful.

  4. says:

    It would really be misleading to call this a Holocaust memoir Roma Ligocka does write about the Holocaust, but she was a very young child during that time and her vague, fragmentary memories of it take up only a few chapters of the book The rest of the book is about her growing up and her adulthood as an artist...

  5. says:

    I read this book over the course of a day because I found it hard to put it down It s well written and very compulsive I found some of it very distressing and I got quite upset during the first half of it This is partly down to the subject matter, but mostly down to the fact that the observations of the horror are written from the perspective of a young child The simplicity of the writing and the confusion of the child are very moving.It s an autobiography of Roma Ligocka and starts with her earliest memories She was born in Poland in 1939 to Jewish parents Her first years were spent in the Krakow Ghetto and are absolutely horrific Roma and her mother escaped the Ghetto and spent the rest of the war in hiding.I was particularly interested in Roma s account of Ghetto life because she was so young Adults heap huge responsibilty on her She is expected to keep secrets and remember cover stories but is never told why She sees people shot in front of her and is told to look away and not think about it This particular way of thinking is something she adopts as an adult and she refuses to talk about her past even thoug...

  6. says:

    Thoughts 1 I would hesitate to call this a Holocaust memoir it s of a life memoir And for the most part, it works Half of the book is during the war, and the second half follows her life afterwards The transition between the two sections is really well handled 2 Ligocka writes her memoir almsot like a novel It s very beginning middle end, with the various people in her life weaving in and out like characters of a play I think that she misses beats in some areas I felt some of the people she talked about were under developed, like her friends in her twenties, as well as the relationship she had with some of the men that entered her life Further, the pacing is a bit all over the place Ligocka rarely stays at certain moments for long, which disconnected me with what she was feeling at each part of her life I think a part of this has to do with her writing, which is here and there Of major issue is her descriptive writing I never felt like I was with her in the moment I coulnd t imagine what the scenes looked like, or what he life really felt like, especially earlier on.3 The way she reminisces about her mother is on point, and the flow of their relationship is handled extremely well There were some moments where you could really feel all the fee...

  7. says:

    I really felt that this could have been over halfway through the book The author seems to be craving attention and is awfully spoiled as you ll find in the second half of the book I found her to be whiny about the people and events in her life not the Holocaust part.the rest of her life The part about her going through the Holocaust was really good After that though it seemed like she didn t want to wrap it up and by the end of her book I didn t care for her much She even complained that she wasn t given the time of day after the premiere of Schindler s List when she claimed to be the girl in the red coat Honestly, why would it necessarily be her So she had a red coat too. I m not sure I d give that claim the time of day either Her story about surviving the Holocaust is pow...

  8. says:

    This is not a book about her life as a holocaust survivor Rather, a memoir of what came to be her life after escaping the horrors of the holocaust As such, it is misleading I won t take away that it is an easy read, and because it is written as memory recollections, it is interesting It is not daunting, harrowing...

  9. says:

    Dit boek heeft me enorm geraakt en ik weet zeker dat ik nog dagen zal blijven denken aan dat meisje in de rode jas en de vrouw die uiteindelijk niet anders kan, dan op zoek gaan naar zichzelf Draai je om Denk eraan Herinner je Vertel Zo mooi

  10. says:

    Great book Moving Important Great perspective on the years after the war for this particular survivor.

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