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Return to Book Page. Paperbackpages. Published March by Alfaguara first published To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured rosecof Listopia. I think Rosencof wrote one of the most interesting and moving books about holocaustexperiences of refugees,who are waiting for signs of life from their family “there”.
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Before the war letters formed the connection and were read and reread evry Sunday. And then suddenly the stop arriving. The father keeps waiting for them.
And he and his wife and thus familylife gets so influenced by this. Rosencof writes from the perspective of the young boy who only knows Poland from the stories and the pictures. The story is told in simple sentences which hits the soul of the reader.
Later Rosencof, as an adult is taken prisoner by the Uruguayan military regime and his experiences are mixedwith the former experiences. The letters that never came While this book offers maurjcio insight about mental resistance to oppression, particularly where mental resistance is the only conceivable tool you have left in a state of total disempowerment or in a time where the damage has already been done, I found this more interesting as an exploration of the psychology of survival in solitary confinement and the power of imagination and memory to preserve a mind actively targeted for destruction.
Another one I read in I made some notes in my journal back then: The protagonist, from his childhood perspective and as adult, tells the story mauriciio his family, from a father who fought in World War I to those caught in the German concentration camps to his own experience as a prisoner of the Uruguayan juntas. Written in the form of letters that were never sent, he asks questions of his father and keeps memories alive. A Another one I read in A short reading but a very moving book.
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Mauricio Rosencof born June 30, is a well-known Uruguayan playwright, poet and journalist from Florida, Uruguay. Since he has been Director of Culture of the Municipality cattas Montevideo.
Las Cartas Que No Llegaron (English, Spanish, Book)
After qus coup of he was held “hostage” with eight more Mauricio Rosencof born June 30, is a well-known Uruguayan playwright, poet and journalist from Florida, Uruguay. After the coup of he was held “hostage” with eight more prisoners.
After twelve years in prison, he was released in He lives in Montevideo. Books by Mauricio Rosencof.
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