Daniel Stein, Interpreter: A Novel by Ludmilla Ulitskaya

By Ludmilla Ulitskaya

Publish yr note: First released in 2006
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Daniel Stein, a Polish Jew, miraculously survives the Holocaust by means of operating within the Gestapo as a translator. After the struggle, he converts to Catholicism, turns into a clergyman, enters the Order of Barefoot Carmelites and emigrates to Israel. regardless of this seeming impossibility, the lifestyles and future of Daniel Stein aren't an invention, the nature relies at the lifetime of Oswald Rufeisen, the true Brother Daniel, a Carmelite monk.

In Daniel Stein, Translator, Daniel's skill and willingness to speak with all cultures, to translate throughout linguistic and cultural divides, assures his freedom and stands as an emblem of affection, humanity and tolerance.

Literary Awards
Magnesia Litera Nominee for Translation (Litera za překladovou knihu) (2013)
The large booklet Prize for Winner (2007)

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It was the beauty and authenticity of Old Salem Museums and Gardens, which surround the college campus, that inspired her to write this story. Karen is the author of Orlean Puckett: The Life of a Mountain Midwife, 1844-1939 and of many published articles, stories, and poems. She lives on a farm outside of High Point, North Carolina. About the Illustrator: BEBE PHIPPS Bebe Phipps grew up in Dudley, North Carolina. She currently resides in Winston-Salem where she attends Salem College. Bebe is working towards a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree with a concentration in Graphic Design.

She lives on a farm outside of High Point, North Carolina. About the Illustrator: BEBE PHIPPS Bebe Phipps grew up in Dudley, North Carolina. She currently resides in Winston-Salem where she attends Salem College. Bebe is working towards a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree with a concentration in Graphic Design. Art has always been her greatest desire. Some choose politics or mission work to change the world, but she has devoted her life to reaching the world through art. Bebe’s goal is to get in touch with audiences of all ages and unite them in a common experience, be it through her work in the studio or illustrations in a book.

It was the beauty and authenticity of Old Salem Museums and Gardens, which surround the college campus, that inspired her to write this story. Karen is the author of Orlean Puckett: The Life of a Mountain Midwife, 1844-1939 and of many published articles, stories, and poems. She lives on a farm outside of High Point, North Carolina. About the Illustrator: BEBE PHIPPS Bebe Phipps grew up in Dudley, North Carolina. She currently resides in Winston-Salem where she attends Salem College. Bebe is working towards a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree with a concentration in Graphic Design.

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