Communist Poland: A Jewish Woman's Experience (Lexington Studies in Jewish Literature) (Hardcover)
This annotated edition of Holocaust survivor Sara Nomberg-Przytyk's postwar memoir follows her life as an investigative journalist during the emergence and deterioration of the communist state in Poland. Once a devoted communist herself, Nomberg-Przytyk recounts how antisemitism and government corruption shattered her illusions.
Holli Levitsky is founder and director of the Jewish Studies Program and professor of English at Loyola Marymount University. Justyna Wlodarczyk is associate professor and chair of the Department of North American Cultures and Literatures at the University of Warsaw.