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On the journey they meet Magda, the so-called village witch. Magda is willing to risk her life and others to keep the children safe. Blue above, green below, we wonder a long way, but love is what the cup of our soul contains when we leave the world and the flesh. This we will drink forever. I know. I am Magna.
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Louise Murphy goes very in-depth about certain topics that most books about the Holocaust do not. The childrens names are changed to. I loved how the traditional fairy tale was used as a backdrop, with the imagery of that tale threaded throughout the story. You can feel the pain of hunger and the cold of the Polish winter.
In the winter of , on the outskirts of a dark forest, two Jewish children flee the Nazis with their father and stepmother.
Reading Guide. A poignant and suspenseful retelling of a classic fairy tale set in a war-torn world, for readers of The Tattooist of Auschwitz , We Were the Lucky Ones , and Lilac Girls In the last months of the Nazi occupation of Poland, two children are left by their father and stepmother to find safety in a dense forest. Magda is determined to save them, even as a German officer arrives in the village with his own plans for the children. She is a regular contributor to numerous literary and poetry journals.
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In the winter of , on the outskirts of a dark forest, two Jewish children flee the Nazis with their father and stepmother. In a moment of desperation, the children are given the aliases Hansel and Gretel and sent alone into the woods to hide. Gretel leads her younger brother in search of food and protection, while Hansel leaves a trail of breadcrumbs behind so that their father might find them again. So begins The True Story of Hansel and Gretel, which takes us along on their journey into a forest more ancient than man. In this extraordinary novel by Louise Murphy, a fairy tale is reimagined and a war story retold. It is the story of individuals striving to survive and a village trying to outlast a war. Magda the witch lives on the edge of Piaski, in a region of Eastern Poland that has been overrun first by Russians and now by Germans.
Louise Murphy was born in in Bowling Green, Kentucky. Her ethnicity is Scottish, Irish, and German. Louise Murphy also loved reading and still today tells her students to read anything possible. Murphy attended the University of Kentucky in After teaching at a junior high, she went to San Francisco State University in where she received her master's degree of art and became a professor at the university from
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