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About Planaria Price: After graduating from Berkeley and earning a Master's Degree in English Literature from UCLA, Planaria Price began her career teach. Claiming My Place is her first book for young adults. How do you deal with writer’s block? Planaria Price I don't have writer's block as much as life getting constantly in the way. Unfortunately, because of "my life" writing is always at the bottom of m. oreI don't have writer's block as much as life getting constantly in the way.
But Claiming My Place expands the view provided in the diary for one critical reason. Anne Frank’s story is told within an isolated cocoon. Planaria Price has published six textbooks with McGraw-Hill and University of Michigan Press. In Barbara’s story, however, the Holocaust is in full view as her experiences unfold.
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Claiming My Place: Coming of Age in the Shadow of the Holocaust. A Junior Library Guild selection. presents a perfectly paced narration and crafts just the right tones for the emotions this serious and inspiring memoir requires. Meet Barbara Reichmann, once known as Gucia Gomolinska: smart, determined, independent, and steadfast in the face of injustice.
Meet Barbara Reichmann, once known as Gucia Gomolinska: smart, determined, independent, and steadfast in the face of injustice.
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A True Story of Defiance, Deception, and Coming of Age in the Shadow of the Holocaust. by Planaria Price & Helen Reichmann West. The true story of a Jewish teenager who survived the Holocaust by passing as a Christian Pole. Gucia Gomolinska was raised in a loving family in a Jewish neighborhood of Piotrków Trybunalski, in central Poland. When the Nazis came, blonde Gucia, then in her 20s, was able to escape the ghetto before its liquidation by changing her name to Barbara and obtaining false papers identifying her as Polish. Post-war, she reunited with the few miraculously surviving members of her family, married, and had a daughter.
Claiming My Place: Coming of Age in the Shadow of the Holocaust by Planaria Price EPUB
A Junior Library Guild selection
Claiming My Place is the true story of a young Jewish woman who survived the Holocaust by escaping to Nazi Germany and hiding in plain sight.
Meet Barbara Reichmann, once known as Gucia Gomolinska: smart, determined, independent, and steadfast in the face of injustice. A Jew growing up in predominantly Catholic Poland during the 1920s and ’30s, Gucia studies hard, makes friends, falls in love, and dreams of a bright future. Her world is turned upside down when Nazis invade Poland and establish the first Jewish ghetto of World War II in her town of Piotrko´w Trybunalski.
As the war escalates, Gucia and her family, friends, and neighbors suffer starvation, disease, and worse. She knows her blond hair and fair skin give her an advantage, and eventually she faces a harrowing choice: risk either the uncertain horrors of deportation to a concentration camp or certain death if she is caught resisting. She decides to hide her identity as a Jew and adopts the gentile name Danuta Barbara Tanska. Barbara, nicknamed Basia, leaves behind everything and everyone she has ever known in order to claim a new life for herself.
Writing in the first person, author Planaria Price brings the immediacy of Barbara’s voice to this true account of a young woman whose unlikely survival hinges upon the same determination and defiant spirit already evident in the six-year-old girl we meet as this story begins. The final portion of this narrative, written by Barbara’s daughter, Helen Reichmann West, completes Barbara’s journey from her immigration to America until her natural, timely death.