Interview with Professor Maurer, Professor Emerita at the University of Kansas and noted Polish writer, about her life during and after World War II. A child of a Jewish family, Prof. Maurer was saved during the Holocaust by virtue of Aryan papers.
This article was first published in Polin: Studies in Polish Jewry, Volume 18: Jewish Women in Eastern Europe (2005), edited by ChaeRan Freeze, Paula Hyman, and Antony Polonsky and published by the Littman Library of Jewish Civilization for the Institute for Polish-Jewish Studies and the American Association for Polish-Jewish Studies. [Permission to add this item to the KU Scholarworks Digital Archive was kindly granted on 24 April 2006 by Ludo Craddock, Chief Executive Officer, The Littman Library of Jewish Civilization, P.O. Box 645, Oxford OX2 0UJ, UK]
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