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Buy a cheap copy of The Kommandant's Mistress book by Alexandria Constantinova Szeman. The relationship between the Kommandant of a Nazi concentration camp and the Jewish woman inmate whom he forces to become his mistress, is revealed from the Free shipping over $Cited by: 6. The Kommandant's Mistress Sherri Szeman, Author HarperCollins Publishers $ (p) ISBN More By and About This Author New Coronavirus Updates for the Book Biz.
A somber what-if first novel that vividly explores a possible relationship between the Kommandant of a Nazi concentration camp and a Jewish inmate. The story is first told by the Kommandant, then by Rachel, his mistress, with a concluding chapter purporting to be the official record that calls into question all that has gone before.
Maximilian von Walther is an idealistic young man who joins. The Kommandant's Mistress is a mesmerizing and disturbing depiction of sexual obsession and subjugation in a Nazi concentration camp.
Szeman hautingly constructs a kommandant's tiny office where a beautiful young Jewish woman must 4/5(1). The Kommandant's Mistress is divided into 3 sections, seeing the story through the eyes of the Kommandant, the eyes of the Jewish girl, and the lens of history, respectively.
The first two sections are written in a stream of consciousness style, flitting from one memory to another, one scene to another, backward and forward through time, much /5(71).
The Kommandant's Mistress is not a novel for everyone. The setting is an Auschwitz-like Concentration Camp, and the topic is not love, but power and survival.
Yet inside this hellish environment, Sherri Szeman wonderfully depicts two people who use each other for survival and whose humanity peaks out from behind their grim roles/5(6).
THE KOMMANDANT'S MISTRESS By Sherri Szeman. New York: HarperCollins Publishers. WE'VE been here before. We've had brief glimpses of this fraught terrain on which power relations, sexual.
Centered around the concentration camps of WWII, this intense work of fiction deals with the complex personal struggles of, and between, the camp Kommandant and his Jewish mistress.
Though on opposite sides of the fence, Max von Walther, the Kommandant, is as much an inmate of the camp as his mistress, Rachel. He cannot reconcile [ ]. The story of the relationship between the kommandant of a Nazi concentration camp and the Jewish woman inmate he takes as his mistress.
It is told in three parts - his side, her side and the seemingly cold, objective view presentented through official documents. Winner of the Kafka Prize for "best book of prose fiction by an American woman" ('94) and chosen as one of the NEW YORK TIMES BOOK REVIEW's "Top Books of the Year" ('93), the tales told by the Kommandant, his "mistress", and their "biographer" will mesmerize and stun you, leaving you wondering, at the conclusion, which, if any, is telling Brand: RockWay Press.
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New York, New York, U.S.A.: Arcade Pub, Near Fine 8vo-over 7Â¾"-9Â¾" tall. pp A power struggle between a Nazi Kommandant and the Jewish prisoner he forces to live as his mistress.
clean tight unread copy slight soiling to top edge. The Kommandant's Girl is a novel by Pam is set during World War II and the Holocaust period, and describes the story of nineteen-year-old Emma Bau.
The novel was nominated for a Quill award. ReferencesPublisher: Mira Books. Get this from a library. The Kommandant's mistress: a novel. [Sherri Szeman] -- The Kommandant of a Nazi concentration camp and the Jewish inmate he makes his mistress, and the concluding official documents which afford yet a third perspective on the story and its actors.
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It's listed as a suggested read for people who also liked Margot Abbott's THE LAST INNOCENT HOUR, a book that dug its talons into my soul and absolutely shredded me.
Reading THE LAST INNOCENT HOUR not only put me in a book slump, it left me feeling emotionally drained and : Nenia. Literature / The Kommandant's Mistress The resistance didn't move as freely in real life as they did in the book, but the Sonderkommando actually did blow up one of the crematoria in Auschwitz.
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The Kommandant's Girl Pam Jenoff, Mira Books pp. ISBN Summary Nineteen-year-old Emma Bau has been married only three weeks when Nazi tanks thunder into her native Poland.
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The Kommandant's Girl by Pam Jenoff Fiction. Emma, a Jewess, marries Jacob on the brink of Germany's invasion into Poland. Jacob goes immediately to join the Resistance leaving Emma to join her parents in the ghetto.
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Although Pam Jenoff's The Diplomat's Wife is a sequel to her novel The Kommandant's Girl, and can be read as a stand alone, I recommend that you read the books in order for optimal enjoyment - if one can "enjoy" books about the Holocaust. It is and the Nazis have been defeated.
Marta Nederman, survivor of the Krakow Ghetto, was a member of the Polish resistance and played an important.
Another book on World War II by William Stevenson, the author of the phenomenally successful but utterly unreliable A Man Called Intrepid, will surely make the cognoscenti wonder whether Stevenson learned anything from the slings and arrows so cruelly aimed at his earlier book, himself, and the late Sir William Stephenson.
Check out this great listen on In her luminous and groundbreaking debut, New York Times best-selling author Pam Jenoff shows the unimaginable sacrifices one woman must make in a time of war. Nineteen-year-old Emma Bau has been married only three weeks when Nazi tanks thunder into her.
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