but you write in Hebrew
Antisemitism and THE GIRL WHO WOULDN’T DIE
Katherine Locke

It’s highly unlikely that a teenage Jewish girl from Warsaw at the time would have known Hebrew well enough to compose poetry. Maybe if her family were hardcore Zionists, but I’m guessing there’s no whiff of that anywhere in the book.

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