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"Romania 1945: The Second World War is over. The German population is living in fear. "It was 3 o'clock in the morning of 15 January 1945, when the patrol came for me. It was -15??C." So begins a young man's report on his deportation to a camp in Russia. Based on her own life, Herta Muller tells of the fate of the German population in Transylvania. In conversations with the poet Oskar Pastior and other survivors, she has formed these personal rememberances into a great new novel. She succeeds at making the pursuit of Germans in Romania under Stalin a deeply personal story."--mcbv.com.
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