Still Alive: A Holocaust Girlhood Remembered

by Segal, Lore and Kluger, Ruth; Published by Feminist Press (2003)

Stunning contemplation of human relationships, power, and the creation of history through the prism of one woman’s Holocaust survival… Kluger dives in and out of her narrative to consider such topics as her imperfect relationship with her family, her creation of herself as a social being, and the encounters and relationships she’s had with Germans since the war… A work of such nuance, intelligence, and force that it leaps the bounds of genre. – Kirkus