An eldery man recalls his memory of the holocaust, of the wife he loved and lsot, of the daughter who was murdered by the nazis. As the play unfolds, he plunges back into memory, reliving key events from the past - the gay man who saved his life, the horrors of the trains and the ghettos, and the more joyful moments of his life - the birth of his daughter, the love he shared with his young wife. This is a painful and poignant play about the importance of not forrgetting the past.
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The review of this Book prepared by Bryn Pearson