Memoirs of a Fortunate Jew: An Italian Story

Memoirs of a Fortunate Jew: An Italian Story
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“I was possibly much less than five years old when my father fired a shot in the head.” From that very first line, Dan Vittorio Segre moves memory of a surprising turn to the other. The child of parents Noble, Segre fled Fascist Italy and Mussolini’s racial laws just to get into the culture of pioneering in Palestine, not at all ready for the dangers of life in Israel in the course of the Second World War. Beautifully told, is Memoirs of Fortunate Jew, ironic, philosophical meditation on the historical consequences of the twentieth century.
“rigorous and informative … memorable … Written with humility, he professed with honesty and testified about it. “Primo Levi
” to write the memoirs is a tough art to Dan Segre entirely owns. Under his pen, history and psychology in a compelling story that highlights the crisis, fears and triumphs of his generation. “Elie Wiesel
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