A Travessia da Noite

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  • Title: A Travessia da Noite
  • Author: Geneviève de Gaulle-Anthonioz
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 464
  • Format: None
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    1. Geneviève de Gaulle Anthonioz, sobrinha do General De Gaulle, esteve detida no campo de concentração de Ravensbrück durante cerca de um ano por ser membro da Resistência Francesa. Quando os aliados ganham terreno à Alemanha nazi e os bombardeamentos já são audíveis a partir de Ravensbrück, Geneviève começa a ser alimentada e a obter os cuidados médicos que até então lhe haviam sido negados. No seu impressionante relato, Geneviève não conjectura sobre os motivos que teriam motiva [...]


    2. another book I can't possibly rate. It's a brief account, from the heart, by Charles de Gaulle's niece, of the six months or so she spent in Ravensbruck concentration camp. There is a certain dreamlike quality to the telling--apparently over 50 years passed before she could bring herself to write about it, and then it all came out in a rush.What's hard to remember, in the reading (which is gripping and heartbreaking, and occasionally quite uplifting), is that this resistance fighter is only 21 w [...]


    3. This was very well written, but I would've liked to hear a little more about her thoughts and how she cope with solitary confinement. In many ways, her experience in the camps was better than most, because she was allowed more dignity – what she went through was horrible but a lot better than what other people went through. She basically was in solitary confinement, and didn't have to deal with the beatings and the hard work of the people in the regular camp. Still, wondering what was happenin [...]


    4. What was a quest to answer a patron's question ended up with me reading the entire book. I was looking for a passage that referred to a yellow dress. There were plenty of dresses in the book including striped blue and white dresses or plain striped dresses but nothing that referred to the kutonet. This is the story of Genevieve de Gaulle-Anthonioz (related to Charles de Gaulle) who was arrested for being part of the French resistance and interned at Ravensbruck, an all woman's camp. She kept her [...]


    5. Reading this in French but I'll review in English.An extraordinary woman. She was only 20 years old when she began work with the Resistance. She cared about others, even as she was suffering in Ravensbrück, and treasured her friends there, including the cockroaches in her cell (she named the largest ones Victor and Felix and saved them her crumbs of bread - prizes for whichever raced fastest to claim them!). She was Charles de Gaulle's niece but never took advantage of this. Nice that she's in [...]


    6. Un court récit incroyablement fort et triste. On plonge littéralement dans l'angoisse de l'auteure et on aimera être à ses côtés, lui montrer qu'elle n'est pas seule. C'est toujours impressionant de lire ce genre de mémoires qui recellent de courage dans notre époque actuelle qui n'a connue la guerre qu'à travers les cours d'histoires et les reportages. Son attitude force l'admiration, n'oublions pas son pendant Germaine Tillion qu'elle a rencontré dans ce funeste camp de Ravensbrück. [...]


    7. It wasn't as insightful as I had thought t would be. It feels like she woke up one day and started writing whatever came to mind. Her memories were not as fresh as they would have been if she had written this after liberation. Overall, it was interesting to see how Charles de Gaulle's niece was treated.


    8. This work is interesting in its genre as it captures not only a women's voice but also a Ravensbruck voice . . . neither the dominant perspectives in Holocaust literature. Ms. De Gaulle Anthonioz also has an interesting family background which is played down in the text, but has great significance in its full understanding.


    9. Mit einer wunderschönen Sprache werden hier die Schrecken eines Konzentrationslagers im 2. Weltkrieg festgehalten. Eine Schullektüre, die mich trotz der schrecklichen Thematik wirklich begeistert hat. Unfassbar eindringlich erzählt.




    10. A short but intense book, which summarises the last year of Geneviève de Gaulle (general de Gaulle's niece) in the camp of Ravensbrück. An essential read.


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