Gated Grief: A Holocaust Legacy

by Abigail Pfeiffer on February 15, 2012

Gated Grief by Leila Levinson

Sometimes a fresh perspective is necessary when viewing history through contemporary lenses. The historical record, at its simplest form, is the story of the human condition. Some stories have happy endings, and some have gruesome endings which force people to confront the horrors that humans committed on their own race. The story of the Holocaust still affects people all over the world seven decades later. Leila Levinson’s book “Gated Grief: The Daughter of a GI Concentration Camp Liberator Discovers a Legacy of Trauma,” demonstrates how the Holocaust still has a strong influence on people who were not even directly involved. On Thursday, February 16, Gated Grief is available for immediate download in e-book format for only $1.99. Click here to purchase this e-book.

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Cynthia Southern January 8, 2013 at 9:06 pm

I met this author at a book signing. Her lecture was fascinating as is this book. I have browsed thru it but haven’t read it in its entiretly.

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