I Have Lived a Thousand Years: Growing Up in the Holocaust - Study Guide Pages 35 through 70 Summary & Analysis

Livia Bitton-Jackson
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In "Farewell Old Mr. Stern," Elli's planned meeting with Jasci never happens. Over the period from April 5 through April 18, the town crier announces that Jews are not to socialize at all with Christians and that Jews are forbidden access to public buildings, including the library. The penalty is arrest and Elli finds that neighbors and friends walk by without speaking and with no signs of recognition. Then Elli and her family are told that they are to be ready for relocation to Nagymagyar, a village fourteen kilometers from her home. Each family is to take one room of furniture and a specific amount of belongings. The packing falls largely to Laura as Elli becomes ill with a severe stomach ache and her father becomes like "a statue of stone." Elli's Aunt Serena is to accompany them and all are to be out of...

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