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A Question of Belonging


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A Question of Belonging by Ernst G. Beier
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"A Question of Belonging" is Ernst Beier's modern odyssey of loss and survival in the maelstrom of World War Two. Beier was from an affluent German Jewish family; he escaped to America just before Hitler's Nazi juggernaut closed the borders and he lost contact with the first great love of his life. Beier earned a college degree ina year and one-half and joined the U.S. Army. He fought his way back across Europe, eventually becoming an interpreter for the U.S. Army. All the while Beier used Goethe's "Faust," (which he had virtually memorized) as a talisman and a guide. After the war, Beier returned to the United States and earned a doctorate in psychology. He went on to a distinguished academic career, first at Syracuse University and then at the University of Utah. Ernst Beier's memoir is an epic search for place in a shattered world and a stunning testament to the human spirit. Category: World War/ Two/ Holocaust/ memoirs
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June 1st, 2002
Country of Publication
United States
New Century Books
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