Friday, June 5, 2015

Memory and Neighborhood: Poles and Poland in Jewish-American Fiction after World War Two by Lucyna Aleksandrowicz-Pedich

Frequent blog commentator Jan Peczkis wrote to tell me that he had recently reviewed a new book that makes extensive mention of Bieganski. The new book is entitled Memory and Neighborhood: Poles and Poland in Jewish American Fiction after World War Two by Lucyna Aleksandrowicz-Pedich. You can read Jan Peczkis' review at this link here.

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