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Running a Berlin bookshop, fleeing the Nazis, and looking for a place to call home

Updated : January 17, 2020 06:03 AM IST

The quest for identity papers, and a place to stay undisturbed at a time of shifting government policies, is a continual thread in 'A Bookshop in Berlin'.
She writes of visits by authors such as Colette, André Gide, and André Maurois, and of the lectures, readings and discussions on the premises.
Running a Berlin bookshop, fleeing the Nazis, and looking for a place to call home

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