Roman Frister was born in Poland in 1928, and survived concentration camps and death marches. As the hero of this literary autobiography - the Jewish boy from a good home in Poland during the war, the young man who after all his experiences just wants to live the good life in post-war Poland, and finally the famous journalist in present-day Israel - he goes through "77 hells to discover how to survive".
With an openness that takes the breath away, Roman Frister tells the story of his metamorphosis: from happy child to merciless concentration camp prisoner, from branded to life-thirsty lover and bohemian, who never again will let his life be taken out of his own hands.
- Publication Date:
- 01 / 01 / 2000
- 146 x 217mm