The Silent Sister: The Diary of Margot Frank

The Silent Sister The Diary of Margot Frank Anne Frank the symbol of the Holocaust Yet six million voices reverberate in utter silence Margot Frank unbeknownst to many kept a diary in hiding too The Silent Sister is Margot s view point and he

  • Title: The Silent Sister: The Diary of Margot Frank
  • Author: Mazal Alouf-Mizrahi
  • ISBN: 9781456726164
  • Page: 444
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Anne Frank the symbol of the Holocaust Yet six million voices reverberate in utter silence Margot Frank, unbeknownst to many, kept a diary in hiding too The Silent Sister is Margot s view point and her personal journey Margot lets us into her world, her take on the War, the Annexe, Peter and her secret love, Mordechai, and Margot s experiences are juxtaposed witAnne Frank the symbol of the Holocaust Yet six million voices reverberate in utter silence Margot Frank, unbeknownst to many, kept a diary in hiding too The Silent Sister is Margot s view point and her personal journey Margot lets us into her world, her take on the War, the Annexe, Peter and her secret love, Mordechai, and Margot s experiences are juxtaposed with Anne s in an original and ultimately triumphant new voice a voice that has been waiting silently to emerge from the ashes of the Shoah Margot Frank can now join her lovely sister in the collective testimony of the inexorable human spirit forced to submit to the horrors of the Holocaust, and despite it all, to somehow love, to somehow remain humane and free.

    One thought on “The Silent Sister: The Diary of Margot Frank”

    1. A bit dull in parts but a really interesting premise. Find myself constantly thinking back to what I'd read in Anne Franks diary to see if it matched up.Although I enjoyed the inclusion of when they were in the concentration camps ('enjoy' is not really the correct word, I found it interesting. ) I felt that it was a bit far fetched once they got to Auschwitz as they would have had all of their belongings taken away from them and there is no way she could have smuggled the diary in.However sayin [...]

    2. The book was excellently written and mostly captivating, but it was a bit of a struggle at times to remain sold on the underlying premise integral to this book that this was the missing diary of the older Frank sister. Nonetheless, I still highly recommend this unique book to all.

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