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A Wolf in the Attic

The Legacy of a Hidden Child of the Holocaust

by Sophia Richman

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  • 15 Currently reading

Published by Haworth Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Biography & Autobiography,
  • Other Branches of Medicine,
  • Psychoanalysis & psychoanalytical theory,
  • The Holocaust,
  • Ukraine,
  • L§viv,
  • Holocaust survivors,
  • United States,
  • Biography/Autobiography,
  • Psychopathology - Compulsive Behavior,
  • History - General History,
  • Lviv,
  • Jewish children in the Holocaust,
  • Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945),
  • Holocaust,
  • Richman, Sophia,,
  • Personal narratives,
  • Social Scientists & Psychologists,
  • 1941-,
  • Biography,
  • Jewish children in the Holocau

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages240
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8152539M
    ISBN 100789015501
    ISBN 109780789015501

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The Wolf in the Attic is a charming fairy tale that is a blend of fantasy and historical fiction. I loved all the literary references to Sir Ernest Shackleton, one of the greatest explorers of all time/5.

Here it seems to me that he is going back to his roots, back almost to the spirit of one of his earliest and most affecting books 'A Different Kingdom'. 'The Wolf in the Attic' is a stunning blend of historical realism, weird fiction, earth magic, mythological motifs, and supernatural horror/suspense/5().

A Wolf in the Attic is a powerful memoir written by a psychoanalyst who was a hidden child in Poland during World War II. Her story, in addition to its immediate impact, illustrates her struggle to come to terms with the powerful yet sometimes subtle impact of childhood by: 7.

The Wolf in the Attic by Paul Kearney - A novel that will enchant readers of J.R.R. Tolkien, C.S. Lewis and Philip Pullman. The fantastical appears in the middle Released on:   A Wolf in the Attic: Even though she was only two, the little girl knew she must never go into the attic.

Strange noises came from there. Mama said there was a wolf upstairs, a hungry, dangerous wolf but the truth was far more dangerous than that. Much too dangerous to tell a Jewish child marked for death.4/5.

The house becomes her own little kingdom, an island full of dreams and half-forgotten memories. And then one winter day, she finds an interloper in the topmost, dustiest attic of the house.

A boy named Luca A Wolf in the Attic book yellow eyes, who is as alone in the world as she is. That day, she’ll lose everything in her life, Brand: Solaris. The Wolf in the Attic - Ebook written by Paul Kearney.

Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes /5(21).

Paul Kearney’s The Wolf in the Attic (Rebellion/Solaris) is a coming-of age-story. The publishers suggest it will appeal to people who love the work of Tolkein, C.S.

Lewis and Philip Pullman, and I agree. Title: The Wolf In the Attic Author: Paul Kearney Pages: Genre: Sci-Fi/Fantasy Published by: Rebellion/Solaris - 10th May Rating: 🌟🌟.5 Synopsis from Goodreads: "s Oxford: home to C.S.

Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien and Anna Francis, a young Greek refugee looking to escape the grim reality of her new life. The night they cross paths. It reminded me a little of Robert Holdstock’s novel 'Mythago Wood' in its combining of myth with landscape.

I recommend 'The Wolf in the Attic' to readers looking for a different kind of fantasy story, one with strong roots in the “real world” but also roots that go deeper into the ancient myths of Albion.

Recommended/5(). The Wolf in the Attic by Paul Kearney Publisher: Solaris Publication Date: Edition: ebook, pages Genre: Fantasy, Faerie Tale Rating: 3/5 The next time someone ask me what "beautiful story" is, I will tell them to read this.

Backcover: A novel that will enchant readers of J.R.R. Tolkien, C.S. Lewis and Philip Pullman. The fantastical. A Wolf in the Attic is a powerful memoir written by a psychoanalyst who was a hidden child in Poland during World War II. Her story, in addition to its immediate impact, illustrates her struggle to come to terms with the powerful yet sometimes subtle impact of childhood trauma.

Paul Kearney is an established master of elaborate prose, and like many of his other works, The Wolf in the Attic is more about the journey than the actual plot.

We are here to have the tale told to us in an exceptionally pretty way and be enchanted by the author’s turn of phrase. Wolf In The Attic by Paul Kearney book review. Oxford has a hidden life in Paul Kearney’s The Wolf In The Attic.

By Jonathan Hatfull 7, And then one winter day, she finds an interloper in the attic. A boy named Luca with yellow eyes, who is as alone as she is.

That day, she’ll lose everything in her life, and find the only real friend she may ever know. Overall, The Wolf in the Attic is an unusual book. It has YA hallmarks but isn't really YA. It has elements of fantasy and mythology and history but is more than the some of those parts.

The movement between realistic childhood issues and fantasy reminded me somewhat of Neil Gaiman's The Ocean at the End of the Lane, but The Wolf in the Attic.

Anna Francis lives in a tall old house with her father and her doll Penelope. She is a refugee, a piece of flotsam washed up in England by the tides of the Great War. Once upon a time, she had a mother and a brother, and they all lived together in.

Download A Wolf in the Attic: The Legacy of a Hidden Child of the Holocaust Ebook Free. book. The Wolf In The Attic And then one winter day, she finds an interloper in the topmost, dustiest attic of the house.

A boy named Luca with yellow eyes, who is as alone in the world as she is. That day, she’ll lose everything in her life, and find the only real friend she may ever know.

She sits in the shadows of the tall house and watches the rain on the windows, creating worlds for herself to fill out the loneliness. The house becomes her own little kingdom, an island full of dreams and half-forgotten memories. And then one winter day, she finds an interloper in the topmost, dustiest attic of the house.

Paul Kearney, The Wolf in the Attic. Paul Kearney’s new novel draws together a number of familiar threads in contemporary fantasy, but makes something new and beguiling out of them.

The plucky heroine, Anna Francis – who turns twelve towards the end of the book and roams wild across the Oxford landscape. The wolf in the attic. [Paul Kearney] -- The fantastical appears in the middle of 's Oxford as a young refugee looking to escape her grim reality rubs shoulders with two of the founding fathers of modern fantasy, Tolkien and Lewis.

The Wolf in the Attic by Paul Kearney,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(1K). Book Review: The Wolf in the Attic by Paul Kearny "A wondrous adventure with great writing and story structure."-JeanieG.

The Wolf in the Attic by Paul Kearney is the long winded tale of Anna, a Greek refugee living in London with her father in the early 20 th century. There was exactly one exciting, plot driven scene in the first quarter of the book and everything else is countless pages of details, descriptions and character reflections on repeat.

The wolf in the attic This story draws you in from the very beginning and makes you want to protect and care for a little girl who has come through some very tramatic things in her young life.

As you follow Anna on her adventures, strange things begin to happen, that take you and her to magical places/5(31).

A WOLF IN THE ATTIC: The Legacy of a Hidden Child of the Holocaust. "Stay away from that door!" the author's mother used to warn. "Don't look there, don't go near it; there's a mean, hungry wolf in there, and if you open the door he'll get out and eat you up.".

A review of The Wolf in the Attic by Paul Kearney (Solaris, ). Paul Kearney is probably best known as a writer of epic fantasies. His series ‘The Monarchies of God’, ‘The Sea Beggars’, and ‘The Macht’ are all excellent examples of that genre.

"A Wolf in the Attic", a memoir by Dr. Sophia Richman adds a valuable perspective to the literature of the Holocaust. Richman was a hidden child in Poland who survived to tell her story of what it meant to transcend such an ordeal and then go on to try to strive for and fit in with normal by: 7.

A Wolf in the Attic: The Legacy of a Hidden Child of the Holocaust - Ebook written by Sophia Richman. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read A Wolf in the Attic: The Legacy of a Hidden Child of the Holocaust.5/5(2).

The Wolf in the Attic by Paul Kearney Published by Solaris on May 10th Genres: Fantasy Pages: Format: eARC Source: Publisher. Thanks to Solaris for providing me with a copy of this book in exchange for my honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.3/5.

Buy the Paperback Book The Wolf in the Attic by Paul Kearney atCanada's largest bookstore. Free shipping and pickup in store on eligible orders. The Wolf in the Attic (Book): Kearney, Paul: The fantastical appears in the middle of 's Oxford as a young refugee looking to escape her grim reality rubs shoulders with two of the founding fathers of modern fantasy, Tolkien and Lewis.

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The Wolf in the Attic is out from Solaris Books summer – check back soon for more details. Paul Kearney is the critically-acclaimed author of The Monarchies of God and the Sea Beggars series. He has been long-listed for the British Fantasy Award.

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Review: The Wolf in the Attic. Written by englishstudens. I don’t think there are words to express just how much I do not care about Paul Kearney’s The Wolf in the Attic. The signs were, it has to be said, inauspicious. I got an uncorrected proof copy of the book in my Nine Worlds goodie bag this year; it was actually published last year.