There was a garden in Nuremberg by Navina Michal Clemerson

There was a garden in Nuremberg by Navina Michal Clemerson

New Jewish Fiction

Harrowing and illuminating, Navina Clemerson’s There Was a Garden in Nuremberg is a powerful reminder of the devastation that shaped Germany with the rise of the Nazi regime. Focusing on one Jewish family, the novel describes the gradual strangling and decimation of Nuremberg’s once thriving Jewish community, which culminated in the demolition of Nuremberg’s synagogue, and in November 1938, the horror of an infamous nationwide pogrom.

Why did they not leave when they still could? What kept them in Nazi Germany?

There was a Garden in Nuremberg shares the intimate experiences of people forcefully swept into a maelstrom of violence and inhumanity.

Year first published: 2022

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