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The invisible bridge / Julie Orringer.

Orringer, Julie, (author.).
Book Book (2010.)
Description: x, 602 pages ; 25 cm
Publisher: New York : Alfred A. Knopf, 2010.
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  • ISBN: 9781400041169 (hardcover)
  • ISBN: 1400041163
  • Edition: First edition.
General Note: "A Borzoi book"--Title page verso.
Contents: Part One: The Street of Schools. A Letter -- The Western Europe Express -- The Quartier Latin -- Ecole Speciale -- Theatre Sarah-Bernhardt -- Work -- A Luncheon -- Gare D'Orsay -- Bois de Vincennes -- Rue de Sevigne -- Winter Holiday -- Part Two: Broken Glass. What Happened at the Studio -- Visitor -- A Haircut -- In the Tuileries -- The Stone Cottage -- Synagogue de la Victoire -- Café Bedouin -- An Alley -- A Dead Man -- Part Three: Departures and Arrivals. A Dinner Party -- Signorina di Sabato -- Sportsclub Saint-Germain -- The S.S. Ile De France -- The Hungarian Consulate -- Part Four: The Invisible Bridge. Subcarpathia -- The Snow Goose -- Furlough -- Banhida Camp -- Barna and the General -- Tamas Levi -- Szentendre Yard -- Passage to the East -- Part Five: By Fire. Turka -- The Tatars in Hungary -- A Fire in the Snow -- An Escape -- Occupation -- Farewell -- Nightmare -- The Dead -- A Name.
Summary: An unforgettable story of three brothers, of history and love, of marriage tested by disaster, of a Jewish family's struggle against annihilation, and of the dangerous power of art in a time of war.

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Orringer, Julie. "The invisible bridge." New York : Alfred A. Knopf, 2010.

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