Landscapes of the Metropolis of Death by Otto Dov Kulka

Landscapes of the Metropolis of Death by Otto Dov Kulka

Landscapes of the Metropolis of Death by Otto Dov KulkaThe book at Amazon and on Kindle

In 2013 the Israeli historian Otto Dov Kulka published a recollection of his childhood in concentration camps, Landscapes of the Metropolis of Death. Historians and general audiences praised the poetic and reflective tone of the book. Deported at 11 years of age from Theresienstadt, Kulka spent a year and half at Auschwitz and is one of the very few children of his age who survived. Quite unlike most other survivors’ accounts, Kulka’s book has little narrative: It is a collage of impressions, dreams, and metaphysical musings about the world of Auschwitz.

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