"Political, economic and art history effectively combine with memoir to create a compelling story."
Australian art historian Bonyhady (Words for Country: Landscape & Language in Australia, 2001, etc.) revisits the lives and collections of several generations of his family, members of whom had to flee the Nazis.
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