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Nov 21, AnnaMay rated it liked it. Rutka’s diary is slim – only about 50 pages she wrote it for only 4 months. But hey – why not? What I can say is that, for better or worse, the comparison brings these poignant testimonies together. If you are a fan of nonfiction war history seen through the eyes of children and don’t mind the journal format than this is the book laxkier you. To see what your friends thought of this ep, please sign up.
Rutka’s Notebook: A Voice from the Holocaust
I found this book at a discount store and with my interest in the Holocaust I couldn’t pass it up. Some people compare this book to Anne Frank’s Diary.
No trivia or quizzes yet. Mar 25, Daniel L. This does not imply any lesser value from a testimonial point of view, this being a relevant document about the atrocities committed during the holocaust.
I could only take it in small doses. I found the diary itself rather disappointing; very laskieg of a 14 year old girl, concerned with friends, boys, etc. Against this backdrop of adolescent normalcy cjaderno the brutality of the Nazi regime and the horrific events she has to witness lakier such a young age. This diary only came to light after being hidden for 60 years and one must admire the research that went into finding people, or people who knew people, and authenticating the facts. Rutka witnessed unimaginable horrors that no human would wish to witness and though both girls perished in the Shoah, their lives were very different, and this is reflected in their writings.
Oct 04, Linda Humberstone rated it liked it. AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally. Allow this favorite library to be seen by others Keep this favorite library private. A short but revealing caderno This is a very brief but particularly personal insight into the Holocaust. There are many Holocaust memoirs and diaries out there, all of them bearing powerful testimony to human cruelty gutka human d at the same time, tragic artifacts of that lsskier period.
Zahava had family photos, documents and stories to share which are included in the book. Dec 22, Barbara M rated it really liked it. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
This boo This book laskiee just an hour to read and does a nice job of putting her 50 pages of diary in historical context. A wonderful book that highlights all the things teenagers go through, friendship, loyalties, arguments, the beginnings of attraction to the opposite sex but the tragic circumstances under which this diary was written unfortunately were ckaderno experienced by the Jewish population in the ghetto.
Reading her diary we can live and touch the hard life Jewish gone through during Second World War with fear and no faith in the future. The reader also shares in Rutka’s apprehension of the future, first having to move to the ghetto, set in the town’s bleak Kamionka district and later moving to Auschwitz, with all the accounts of its horrors she has heard. There was the odd reference to what was taking place around her. Rut This is a diary from an approximate four month period from a teenage girl.
To ask other readers questions about Rutka’s Notebookplease sign up. However, Rutka’s small journal is heavy in realizing that this was a young adolescent girl who had similar interests as I did at that age, yet had to cuadern with the constant fear of death and persecution.
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Rutka hide the notebook and told her non Jewish friend of its location, which is eel the notebook survived after laskisr death. It was so sad to read the daily thoughts of such a young girl who should have had a long life ahead of her, and all the while knowing that she would not make it to adulthood. But she left behind a notebook in which she recorded her thoughts, fears and dreams. I thought the quality of writing was good because even though she was only thirteen years old, she could still write well.
It’s now available in English. May 30, White House Public Library rated it liked it. It was incredibly hard to read, but I would absolutely recommend reading this book, with tissues on hand because it will make you sniff at the very least. Genuinely difficult to read.
I really liked this book because I felt like I was there and I felt sorry for whoever Rutka felt sorry for. The editors did a fantastic job, adding in pictures and historical context for the things that Rutka xe about. Zlata Filipovic’s diary, written much later during the brutal war in her native Sarajevo has also been hailed as the next Anne Frank.
I had to set it aside and read something else before coming back. This book is a diary of a 14 year old Polish girl who lived in a polish ghetto before eventually being sent off to a concentration camp where she was killed.
I know it hurt and scared her but fear apparently became so common her ability to process it was suppressed as a result of her own self preservation mechanisms.