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The Angel Of Poetry - Brigitte (Nenner) Ringer
A Poetic Perspective On Living Through The Holocaust.
Angels Don't Go To Hell, But People Do
When Brigitte Ringer (Nenner) was thrown into the hell of the Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp in 1943, she knew that if she survived, she would write in poetry to tell of the horrors of the Holocaust.
Now, 60 years later, The Angel Of Poetry: A Poetic Perspective On Living Through The Holocaust has been published by Mazo Publishers of Jerusalem.
The Angel Of Poetry: A Poetic Perspective On Living Through The Holocaust is a unique book that tells an unusual story about a young girl's connection to a special Angel, The Angel of Poetry. Brigitte tells how this Angel first came to her as a child and has influenced her to be able to write about the horrors and hellish realities of the Holocaust, even to this day.
In a separate section in poetic form, Brigitte writes about her eyewitness account of Kristallnacht in 1938. She writes about her capture...about surviving...about a survivor's life after the concentration camp.
Brigitte's poetry provides a way to feel the hell of the Holocaust, from a survivor's position. Told in a simple, yet straightforward way, the reader will feel the pain that the writer inherited by being a Jew in Europe in WWII. Although this book is written in English, Brigitte's early poetry is preserved in this edition in its original German.
When the reader closes this book, a new understanding of the Holocaust will open.
Includes poems that Brigitte wrote in the original German.
- Language: English
- Author/Artist: Brigitte Ringer-Nenner
- Publisher: Mazo Publishers
- Pages: 96 pp.
- Genre: Holocaust
- Binding: Hardcover