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My Berlin Child

By Anne Wiazemsky, Alison Anderson

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Format: Paperback, 193 pages
Published In: United States, 01 February 2011
In this autobiographical story, Wiazemsky writes about her mother as a young woman in war-torn Berlin. In elegant prose, Wiazemsky succeeds in portraying how love and hope can surface amidst the ravages of war and the ruins of an entire civilization.

About the Author

Anne Wiazemsky is an acclaimed French actress, author, and filmmaker born in West Berlin. She has written several award-winning novels: Filles bien elevees (La Societe des Gens de Lettres Grand Prix for the Novel, 1988), Canines (Goncourt Prize, 1993), Hymnes a l'amour (1996, prix RTL-Lire), and Une poignee de gens (The French Academy's Grand Prix, 1998). Wiazemsky was married to the director Jean-Luc Godard and appeared in his films La Chinoise and Weekend. She lives in France.


"The picture of life in France and Germany at the end of WWII is fascinating and vivid..."--Kirkus Reviews "[A] vivid encapsulation of war, where the worst of inhumanity exists side by side with the best of humanity, [My Berlin Child] makes the story of Claire, who held on tightly to her humanity amidst all the horror, an exaltation of possibility for us all."--Read All Day blog "Perhaps the most moving book of the season. A story of dignity told with a tasteful drop of distance...The ingenuity and the candor that radiates fromn Wiazemsky's prose is rare."--L'Humanite "My Berlin Child touches reades with the depth of its characters, with its portrayal of a troubled time, and with the purity of its style."--Lire "Anne Wiazemsky tells a story so extraordinary that it is wholly believable."--La Croix"What could have easily been presented in conventionally dry, chronological reportage, Wiazemsky brings to life by approaching her family history in an effectively nuanced, layered way."--Rain Taxi

EAN: 9781609450038
ISBN: 1609450035
Publisher: Europa Editions
Dimensions: 20.83 x 13.46 x 1.52 centimetres (0.18 kg)
Age Range: 15+ years
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