The Invisible Wall

af Harry Bernstein
8t 55m Oplæst af Sam Kelly

Forlagets beskrivelse

The narrow street on which Harry Bernstein grew up was seemingly unremarkable; there was nothing to distinguish it from the hundreds of other such working class streets in the industrial north of England - save for an invisible wall down the middle, dividing Jews on one side, from Christians on the other. The geographical distance may have been a couple of yards, but socially, it was miles. 'But there are few rules or unwritten laws that are not broken when circumstances demand, and few distances that are not too great to be travelled; and such was the case on our street. And I was to play an important part, unwittingly, in what happened...' THE INVISIBLE WALL is the enchanting, true story of Harry's childhood in the mill town of Stockport in the shadow of the First World War. It's a wonderfully charming - and powerfully moving - tale of working class life, of social divide and of forbidden love...


Antal bedømmelser: 7
Karen Villadsen

it was very well read and moving insight to other ppl.s life styles

Peter Knudsen

Jeg blev grebet af den. Rigtig god.

Yderligere information

Random House
Oplæst af
Sam Kelly

Jødiske studier
Social og Kulturel historie
Selvbiografi: generelt
Religiøs intolerance, forfølgelse og konflikt
Britisk og irsk historie
20. århundredes historie: ca. 1900 til ca. 2000
ca. 1900 - ca. 1914
Biografi: generelt
Biografi: Religiøse og åndelige
Selvbiografi: Religiøse og åndelige