Jewish true stories for the new millennium
They say you don’t know who you are until you know where you came from, but what if the place you came from is already gone?
Finding Zbaraż searches for slivers of a missing history and hunts for the future of those stories in today’s world.
A memoir of a grandmother and granddaughter, it recounts stories of passing, hiding, and coming into the light. “Certain memories are so profound, so much part of the bone and marrow that they are inheritable,” wrote Paula Fass.
What would it feel like to touch hidden legends that ended before you were born? What would it take to look truth in the eye?
The words I say myself
Are now like stones I fling
Into a well in the field, to test
If it is full or empty,
And its depth.