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The Choice / Edith Eger.

By: Eger, Edith Eva [author.]Description: 367 pages ; 20 cmISBN: 9781846045127; 1846045126Subject(s): Eger, Edith Eva | Eger, Edith Eva | Auschwitz (Concentration camp) -- Biography | Auschwitz (Concentration camp) | 1939-1945 | Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Psychological aspects -- Biography | Holocaust survivors -- Biography | Resilience (Personality trait) | Post-traumatic stress disorder -- Patients | Psychologists -- United States -- Biography | Psychological aspects | Holocaust survivors | Post-traumatic stress disorder -- Patients | Psychologists | Resilience (Personality trait) | United StatesGenre/Form: Autobiographies. | Biographies. | Personal narratives. | Autobiographies. | Personal narratives.Summary: "In 1944, sixteen-year-old Edith Eger was sent to Auschwitz. There she endured unimaginable experiences, including being made to dance for the infamous Josef Mengele. Over the coming months, Edith's bravery helped her sister to survive, and led to her bunkmates rescuing her during a death march. When their camp was finally liberated, Edith was pulled from a pile of bodies, barely alive." -- back cover.
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Available "In 1944, sixteen-year-old Edith Eger was sent to Auschwitz. There she endured unimaginable experiences, including being made to dance for the infamous Josef Mengele. Over the coming months, Edith's bravery helped her sister to survive, and led to her bunkmates rescuing her during a death march. When their camp was finally liberated, Edith was pulled from a pile of bodies, barely alive. A50000122
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"Even in hell hope can flower" -- cover subtitle.

"In 1944, sixteen-year-old Edith Eger was sent to Auschwitz. There she endured unimaginable experiences, including being made to dance for the infamous Josef Mengele. Over the coming months, Edith's bravery helped her sister to survive, and led to her bunkmates rescuing her during a death march. When their camp was finally liberated, Edith was pulled from a pile of bodies, barely alive." -- back cover.