LAND OF PROMISE by Leo Lania

LAND OF PROMISE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A book for the thoughtful reader, for the audience that liked The Oppermanns. Post-war Germany is the background, and the story as it unravels, is a dispassionate presentation of the Jews' position in the changing order in Germany. There is nothing particularly startling in the presentation, but it is interesting reading, and an extremely fine piece of translation (by R. Henry).

Pub Date: Jan. 15th, 1934
Publisher: Macmillan