A Tale of One January
Read by Rupert Degas
Poland, January 1945. Two women and four men escape from a Nazi death march after enduring the horrors of imprisonment at Auschwitz. Despite their individual backgrounds and nationalities, they form their own family caught between the euphoria of freedom and the terror of their circumstances. This is a tale of exploding joy within a hothouse of fear, of human beings erupting into life after breaking free of death’s embrace – an unusual and moving tale that cements Albert Maltz’s reputation as a compassionate observer of character and one of the finest storytellers of his generation.
Read by the versatile AudioFile Golden Voice, Rupert Degas, and including the music that features within the story.
Running Time: 5 h 49 m
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Digital ISBN: 978-1-78198-505-2 Cat. no.: NA0616 Edited by: Timothy Brown and Sarah Butcher Text: A Tale of One January text first published by Calder Publications in January 1967 (the original copyright page states ‘1966’). This revised edition first published by Calder Publications in 2023. © The Estate of Albert Maltz, 1967, 2023. Introduction © Patrick Chura and Alma Books, 2023. Audiobook published with permission from Alma Books Ltd BISAC: FIC004000 BIC: FA Released: January 24
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