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  • After Long Silence
  • Helen Fremont
  • English
  • 08 September 2019
  • 9780385333702

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review After Long Silence Ô eBook or Kindle ePUB read ð eBook or Kindle ePUB È Helen Fremont free read After Long Silence Derstand the seductive damaging power of secretsWhat Fremont and her sister discover is an astonishing story one of Siberian gulags and Italian royalty of concentration camps and buried lives AFTER LONG SILENCE is about the devastating price of hiding the truth; about families; about the steps we take foolish or wise to protect ourselves and our loved ones No one who reads this book can be unmoved or fail to understand the seductive damaging power of secre. Helen and her sister Lara had always known there were things their parents wouldn t discuss about their past Their parents barely escaped WWII Europe with their lives their mother from Poland and their father from grueling years in a Siberian gulag Years later raised as Polish Catholics in the US Helen and Lara start to ask uestions about their parents experiences in Europe during the war The parents cheerful but persistent subject changing makes the girls wonder what is being concealed and they start to search and ask uestions of other people who knew their parents during the war Soon they begin to realize that their parents actually were Jews disguised as Catholics in order to save their lives Yet unlike other similar stories the Buchmans clung to their frail religious facade as though Hitler were still alive and could yet order their extermination The process of the girls digging and poking and uestioning ripping off the curtains that had concealed 50 year old horrors is painful for the Buchman parents who had buried the memories and never wanted to think of them again Some of the things that they had had to do to survive were truly horrifying and others deeply humiliating Why would the girls want to torture their elderly parents by discovering and discussing much less publishing what their parents obviously did not want revealed The answer probably partially lies in the second parallel story of the book Helen s eventual pulling back of the curtains and revealing her own homosexuality Perhaps she felt that by exposing her own private life she had the right to expose the private lives of her parents Whatever the reason the reader is left with conflicting feelings One is glad that the girls know their Jewish heritage but their relentless pursuit of private embarassing details just seems cruel Some of the book could not be documented and could indeed be fiction although presented as fact Obviously Helen wanted to come out of the closet but her elderly parents did NOT want to be outed from their concealed transgressions Not only did Helen discover her parents humiliating secrets but by publishing this book she broadcast them to the world As another reviewer said She and her sister were raised to be successful literate individuals by mere mortals who had been to hell and back What can anyone ask Indeed Why ask or expect Deception Island royalty of concentration camps and buried lives AFTER LONG SILENCE is about the devastating price of hiding the truth; about families; about the steps we take foolish or wise to protect ourselves and our loved ones No one who The Family The Secret Fundamentalism at the Heart of American Power reads this book can be unmoved or fail to understand the seductive damaging power of secre. 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review After Long Silence Ô eBook or Kindle ePUB read ð eBook or Kindle ePUB È Helen Fremont free read After Long Silence To this day I don't even know what my mother's real name isHelen Fremont was raised as a Roman Catholic It wasn't until she was an adult practicing law in Boston that she discovered her parents were Jewish Holocaust survivors living invented lives Not even their names were their own In this powerful memoir Helen Fremont delves into the secrets that held her family in a bond of silence for than four decades recounting with heartbreaking clarity a remarkable. At times while reading this story I wondered at any of the actual verity of facts It s not that I refused to believe this woman lawyer Or that I mistrust that she did not believe and desire to tell the entire truth It is just that I think the people who told it to her all had such emotional mental disability of after effect cognition that each and every detail needs to be taken with a grain of salt as to any context accuracy Even within the era and placements of these events that Helen Fremont remembers as real and actual Like her summer camp experience with not having to go to Mass on Sunday etc All of that just wouldn t have played as Catholic then As it is posited that her Mother and herself too understood any of the context to that dictate or camp s rules So I don t even understand how they could have self identified at all in the way her Mother did and taught her to react Not for any cover or purposes as her mother euated with success for it working It s not only illogical but it s revealing to any who would have heard those kinds of explanations at that time That would have raised uestions toward going forward with any approval for permissions You just couldn t get permission for missing Church every week like that or in that manner of determining that parental dictate yourself re Mass It HAD to be uestioned and addressed to the why part far than this report describes as final answer And it would have Do I know itIt s a story worth telling and one to absolutely tell But I don t think it was told well And yet told as well as it could be by those who couldn t bear to truly remember So much of this copy is told either out of seuence or at tangents to any core of the tale Filler almost Very poor 2 star in construction itself It sounds like the trauma involved was ever lasting and too dire to circumvent Possibly even unto the next generation for all the blank spots and silences And furtive family minutia that did not make sense to other than permanent identity damage is dominate here Actually when it was all said and done I would have MUCH rather read her Dad s autobiography including the years in Siberia that he completed before he passed which ended in 1958 He seemed to be able to witness in a higher degree and with personal eyes But if you want to read about outcomes from Polish WWII era atrocities and village occurrence aftermath for the few Jewish survivors in another century this IS a book to choose The problem is that you will only get it 2nd or 3rd hand while the original eyes are too punctured to relate it

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review After Long Silence Ô eBook or Kindle ePUB read ð eBook or Kindle ePUB È Helen Fremont free read After Long Silence Tale of survival as vivid as fiction but with the resonance of truthDriven to uncover their roots Fremont and her sister pieced together an astonishing story of Siberian Gulags and Italian royalty of concentration camps and buried lives After Long Silence is about the devastating price of hiding the truth; about families; about the steps we take foolish or wise to protect ourselves and our loved ones No one who reads this book can be unmoved or fail to un. A good memoir but take it with a grain of salt The subjects in the book her parents were less than willing subjects and and suffered such mental trauma that memories are sketchy at best The real problem with this book is its style This book is full of similes and metaphors that make little sense and throws off the rhythm of the story telling the chronology is all over the place and sometimes there are tangents that don t fit the story What s great about this book is the story itself if true then it is a fantastic story of love loss secrets and family If it isn t true then it was a pretty good novel