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Nightfather

by Carl Friedman

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Published by Bt Bound .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Children: Young Adult (Gr. 7-9)

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    FormatLibrary Binding
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9624402M
    ISBN 10078577307X
    ISBN 109780785773078

    A World War II concentration camp survivor's story, recounted by his eight-year-old daughter. At first the father tries to present the experience in terms suitable for children, then finding that he is getting nowhere he abandons euphemisms and becomes brutally frank. In a moving Afterword, the author sets the historical context for the novel and speaks directly about her own father, upon whom the novel is based. "An extraordinary novel written with passion, lucidity, and restraint" (The Forward).   Based on true events from the author’s life, Nightfather is a bleak and depressing novella about a man who’s unable to escape the horrors of having been imprisoned in a concentration camp during WW2 and the damage this wreaks on his wife and children. The main character is a little girl (weirdly enough, ‘Carl’ is a woman and not a man, who caused me . 'Tralievader' (translated in English as 'Nightfather') is one of those books that is assigned reading for a lot of Dutch high schoolers. I never believed in assigned reading, and for all the reading I do now, I skipped nearly all assignments while in high school/5(2).

    Open Library is an initiative of the Internet Archive, a (c)(3) non-profit, building a digital library of Internet sites and other cultural artifacts in digital projects include the Wayback Machine, and   Nightfather by Carl Friedman The story Nightfather is the first person narration of a young girl who, over the course of 40 short chapters, provides short fragments from her daily family life. Most, if not all, of the events she describes, relates to the role her father, a Holocaust survivor, plays in the life of this family. A summary of Section Three in Elie Wiesel's Night. Learn exactly what happened in this chapter, scene, or section of Night and what it means. Perfect for acing essays, tests, and quizzes, as well as for writing lesson plans. Persea Books. The Shovel and the Loom. 1 5 1. by Carl Friedman, whose first novel, Nightfather, portrayed a girl who tries to unlock her father's concentration camp past, broadens her range here as Chaya grapples with such issues as whether God exists, the irrational hatred of Jews over the centuries and whether the universe is a random 5/5(1).

    The Gray Lover: Three Stories Carl Friedman, Author, Jeanette K. Ringold, Translator, Jeannette K. Ringold, Translator Persea Books $22 (p) ISBN .   Editorial Reviews. Dutch writer Friedman proves herself a master of the short story in these three moving, beautifully nuanced tales, which explore Holocaust themes (as she did in her praised novels Nightfather and The Shovel and the Loom) but also branch out in Pages:   2. Holiday House. Established in in New York City, Holiday House is one of the biggest publishers of children’s book across America. Over the last couple of decades, the company has published several award-winning books for children that have enriched and enlightened them to the core. Although the book Nightfather is fiction, the stories described depict the actual Holocaust exactly. By dissecting the time period of Carl Friedman’s Nightfather, a reader can understand the elements of fiction and realize the impact of history on fictional literature. This book takes place sometime during the s after the Second World War.


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Nightfather is a book of mystery and historical fiction. The narrator in this Nightfather book is Nightfather book little girl about eight years old, she is never named throughout the book. All stories come from the dad who is a holocaust survivor. He tells of all his stories, telling his kids how lucky they really are to have all they do/5.

Nightfather is a novel about the Holocaust like Nightfather book other. Nightfather book in a deeply affecting style mixing Nightfather book with gravity, it captures not only the experience of the concentration camp, but also its powerful legacy, passed down to a new generation through Nightfather book enormous bond of love that ties parent and child.4/5(12).

“Like Nightfather book Frank's diary, [Nightfather] Nightfather book genres, addressing adults and children retains a deep humanity in a pared-down, skeletally beautiful extraordinary novel, written with passion, lucidity, and restraint A noble addition to the literature of Holocaust survivors and their children.”.

In a moving Afterword, the author sets the historical context for the novel and speaks directly about her own father, upon whom the novel is based. "An extraordinary novel written with passion, lucidity, and restraint" (The Forward).Pages: Nightfather. by Friedman, Carl. (Persea, ISBN ) Novel. pages.

Grades 5+. This book was reviewed Nightfather book Carol Otis Hurst in Teaching K-8 Magazine. Review. This is a hauntingly graphic book about the Holocaust. A camp survivor is the central character in the book.

Originally published Nightfather book The young daughter of a Holocaust survivor tells of the efforts she and her brothers make to try to bridge the gulf between themselves and their father that has been formed by his camp experiencesPages: Book Summary Inin the village of Sighet, Romania, twelve-year-old Elie Wiesel spends much time and emotion on the Talmud and on Jewish mysticism.

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Albert Whitman & Company. The Albert Whitman & Company located in Park Ridge, Illinois is a publisher of. Nightfather is a novel about the Holocaust like no other. Written in a deeply affecting style mixing lightness with gravity, it captures not only the experience of the concentration camp, but also Reviews: 1.

Thus begins Nightfather, Carl Friedman’s brief but potent novel about one man’s experiences in the Nazi concentration camps as seen through the eyes of his children.

The novel mixes tragedy with humorous poignancy, as the young daughter narrates her experiences in life, along with those of her two brothers, as they are taught about the concentration camps through the. Nightfather Carl Friedman, Author, Erica Pomerans, Translator, Arnold J.

Pomerans, Translator Persea Books $ (p) ISBN More By and About This Author. "Nightfather" has all the elements to what makes a good Holocaust novel. It is funny, presents Holocaust facts through what appears to be fiction, and is just a good read. This is the story of Ephraim and his many stories at his concentration camps.

Since the Holocaust stiil exists in his mind, he suffers from some insomnia.4/5. Although the book Nightfather is fiction, the stories described depict the actual Holocaust exactly. By dissecting the time period of Carl Friedman’s Nightfather, a reader can understand the elements of fiction and realize the impact of history on fictional literature.

This book takes place sometime during the. Carl Friedman, pseudonym of Carolina Klop (29 April – 27 March ) was a Dutch author. Biography. Friedman grew up in Eindhoven, and became interested in World War II from a young age. She began collecting war documents at Her interest may have been driven by the fact that her father was a resistance fighter and interned at Sachsenhausen concentration.

Nightfather is a novel about the Holocaust like no other. Written in a deeply affecting style mixing lightness with gravity, it captures not only the experience of the concentration camp, but also its powerful legacy, passed down to a new generation through the enormous bond of love that ties parent and child/5().

Nightfather is a novel about the Holocaust like no other. Written in a deeply affecting style mixing lightness with gravity, it captures not only the experience of the concentration camp, but also its powerful legacy, passed down to a new generation through the enormous bond of love that ties parent and child.

Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Nightfather by Carl Friedman; 3 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Jews, Holocaust survivors, Fiction; Places: Netherlands. Dutch author Friedman's first novel, and first to be translated into English, is a gut-wrenching fictionalized memoir of the daughter of a Holocaust survivor.

She employs a series of vignettes told in the voice of a young Jewish-Dutch girl in the s. Dutch author Friedman's first novel, and first to be translated into English, is pdf gut-wrenching fictionalized memoir of the daughter of a Holocaust survivor.

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