I remember nothing more

the Warsaw Children"s Hospital and the Jewish resistance
  • 184 Pages
  • 2.94 MB
  • English
Pantheon Books , New York
Blady-Szwajgier, Adina, 1917-, Szpital im. Bersonów i Baumanów., Żydowska Organizacja Bojowa (Poland), Jews -- Poland -- Warsaw -- Biography., Jewish physicians -- Poland -- Warsaw -- Biography., Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Poland -- Warsaw -- Personal narratives., World War, 1939-1945 -- Jewish resistance -- Poland -- Warsaw., Warsaw (Poland) -- Biogr


Warsaw (Poland), Poland, Warsaw, Wa

StatementAdina Blady Szwajger ; translated from the Polish by Tasja Darowska and Danusia Stok.
LC ClassificationsDS135.P63 B543 1991
The Physical Object
Paginationxv, 184 p., [8] p. of plates :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1889978M
ISBN 100679400346
LC Control Number90053402

A powerful and important book. Why has this been allowed to fade into obscurity. I Remember Nothing More is a brutal and unflinchingly real portrayal of one Jewish doctor's experiences in the holocaust. Blady-Szwagjer asserts many times that she isn't a writer.

If not, she certainly should have been. This woman witnessed atrocities every day/5. I Remember Nothing: And Other Reflections Paperback – November 1, book reviews, editors' picks, and more.

Read it now has become the savior of aging dinner companions who can't remember the movie titles.) There's an awful lot to laugh about in this book and as with her previous books, I loved every minute of it. But when it was /5(). I Remember Nothing More has been added to your Cart Add to Cart.

Buy Now. Buy Used. $ FREE Shipping Get free shipping Free day shipping within the U.S. when you order $ of eligible items sold or fulfilled by Amazon. Or get business-day shipping on this item for $ Cited by: Nora Ephron died a few days ago, and one of the first things I did after reading her obituary was to get this book from the library.

It's a delightful read, filled with great quotes and essays about things like getting her start in journalism, what it's like having a movie flop, having a meatloaf dish named after her, getting addicted to online Scrabble games and how forgetful she has become/5.

Instead “I Remember Nothing” is fluffy and companionable, a nifty airport read from a writer capable of much, much more. Ephron retains her magnetic hold on a reader’s attention even. I Remember Nothing I have been forgetting things for years—at least since I was in my thirties.

I know this because I wrote something about it at the time. I have proof. Of course, I can't remember exactly where I wrote about it, or when, but I could probably hunt it up if I had to/5().

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DJ as new, bright and shiny, no tears no. Though this book is frustratingly vague at times and it ends abruptly, I think if I could recommend only five books to someone who wanted to learn about what the Holocaust was like, I Remember Nothing More would be one of them.

I applaud the author for her courage to finally tell her story/5(5). Buy a cheap copy of I Remember Nothing More: The Warsaw book by Adina Blady-Szwajgier. A doctor's memoir of her struggle to save the children of the Warsaw Ghetto. Free shipping over $/5(1). The information about I Remember Nothing shown above was first featured in "The BookBrowse Review" - BookBrowse's online-magazine that keeps our members abreast of notable and high-profile books publishing in the coming weeks.

In most cases, the reviews are necessarily limited to those that were available to us ahead of publication. If you are the publisher or author of this. More on Genius. About “I Remember Nothing” “I Remember Nothing,” on the other hand, is a kind of cousin to The Stooges' “We Will Fall,” and the one of the bleakest tunes in the Joy.

Get this from a library. I remember nothing more: the Warsaw Childrens Hospital and the Jewish resistance. [Adina Blady-Szwajgier] -- Memoirs of the author, who was interned in the Warsaw ghetto and worked as a doctor in the children's hospital there.

Relates the suffering and persecution in the ghetto. When the hospital was about. More Paperbacks I Remember Nothing by Nora Ephron - review By Victoria Segal Victoria Segal.

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Having read her book "I Remember Nothing and Other Reflections", Nora would write about growing old but how life was changing for her as friends have died, how she was starting to forget things at 69 but most importantly, sharing experiences about her life now and memories of her life.

A few of these experiences have made it into her films/5(). Get this from a library. I remember nothing more: a memoir of the Warsaw Children's Hospital and the Jewish resistance.

[Adina Blady-Szwajgier]. In her last book, she bemoaned the aging process and how we never appreciate what we have until it’s gone (in that case, it was the state of her neck). In I REMEMBER NOTHING, the enemy is also time time and one’s faulty memory.

More recently, the year-old Ephron has been sharing reflections on aging, first in her book I Feel Bad About My Neck and now in a new collection called I Remember Nothing. Nora Ephron returns with her first book since the astounding success of I Feel Bad About My Neck, taking a cool, hard, hilarious look at the past, the present, and the future, bemoaning the vicissitudes of modern life, and recalling with her signature clarity and wisdom everything she hasn’t (yet) writes about falling hard for a way of life (“Journalism: A Love /5(58).

I REMEMBER NOTHING MORE: The Warsaw Children's Hospital and the Jewish Resistance. GET WEEKLY BOOK RECOMMENDATIONS: Email Address Subscribe Tweet. KIRKUS REVIEW. In this haunting, heartbreaking memoir, Szwajger, a Warsaw pediatrician, recounts her experiences as a physician and partisan in Nazi-occupied Poland.

In the tradition of classic first-person accounts of life during the dark years of Nazi genocide, I Remember Nothing More is an unforgettable profile of one woman's extraordinary courage.

Adina Blady Szwajger worked in the Jewish ghetto children's hospital, set up safe houses for Jews, distributed money, collected arms, and was always in fear for. A holocaust memoir, this is the painfully honest and unsentimental account of one physician's experience in the Warsaw Ghetto. The author, who was a Jewish medical student of 22 when Germany invaded Poland, remained from through most ofserving as caretaker of sick or orphaned children in a ghetto hospital.

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—Carolyn See, The Washington Post Book World “I Remember Nothing reads like a swan song But here’s hoping that Ephron, who will turn 70 next year, has at least a few more terrific books and movies in her.” —David Kamp, Vanity Fair “I Remember Nothing: Fortunately that’s not quite true.

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Nora Ephron has met Eleanor Roosevelt. She has penned hit movies, like When Harry Met Sally, and has had a few has also had a meat loaf named after her. In her new collection of essays, the writer-director covers all this and more.

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Death Comes to Good and Bad 4 There is hope, however, for anyone who is among the living; for even a live dog is better than a dead lion. 5 For the living know that they will die, but the dead know nothing.

They have no further reward, because the memory of them is forgotten. 6 Their love, their hate, and their envy have already vanished, and they will never again have a share. ‘Nothing More than Dust Jackets for Books’: Tumblr Users Remember Ray Bradbury with Book Covers Ray Bradbury once wrote that "We're nothing Author: Devon Glenn.

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It was horrific. So it seems to be in the class of things that should be remembered no more—it was so full of pain. So my conclusion is: What we will forget and what we will remember is not a simple class of bad and good.

Rather we will forget and remember things in accord with what will maximize our enjoyment of God. An extract from writer and film-maker Nora Ephron's new book I Remember Nothing and Other Reflections, on the heartbreak of seeing your work fail, along with observations on omelette and chicken soupAuthor: Guardian Staff.