The nut has come taken the life of the father, as you as forced laborers to Germany, without turning back, takes his older daughter at the end of the fifties to the Displaced and Uprooted in a world outside the world, outside the German town of. Are viewed with suspicion and shunned by the Germans, wants to belong to the girl but. The father locks her up.
In retrospect, to understand Natascha Wodin him, his life, and even in Russian tsarist era has begun, and almost the entire 20th century. Century spanning. "You came out of Mariupol", a literary monument for your mother, wrote the author in "Somewhere in this Dark" about your father. In the Frankfurt house of literature she has on the 23. January 2019 from your book to read – and Rose-Maria Gropp talked about it.
"Somewhere in this Dark," by Natascha Wodin appeared in the Rowohlt publishing house, has 240 pages and costs 20 euros.Updated Date: 01 August 2020, 14:19