The Victory

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ISBN 978-0-8101-1136-3
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Publication Date
February 1994
Page Count
107 pages
Trim Size
4 3/4 x 8

The Victory

Henryk Grynberg
The Victory is a harrowing account of the tragic fate of Polish Jews in World War II. Written after the author sought political asylum in the United States in 1967, the novel opens in mid-1944 as the Red Army advances west across Poland.

Winner of 1996 Jan Karski and Pola Norenska Prize for contribution to Polish culture and science by a Pole of Jewish origin awarded by the Yivo Institute.

"Moments of appalling power"--Publishers Weekly

"A story, subtly told in spare, haunting prose, that captures a neglected portion of Jewish history."--PS

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