Nobel laureate Herta Müller coins words for hunger and deprivation that are as beautiful as they are painful. Her novel tells the story of ethnic Germans sent to Soviet labor camps after World War II.
Müller tells the story of a 17-year-old Romanian-born German forced to toil away in a Soviet labor camp to atone for Nazi crimes. Her language is so beautiful it hurts, while bringing readers to their emotional limits.
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