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Jerzy Andrzejewski

Best known for his novel Ashes and Diamonds, Jerzy Andrzejewski (1909-1983) gained a reputation as a writer of moral conflict. In 1949 he was elected president of the Polish Writers' Union, but he resigned in 1957 as a protest against government censorship. Later he was a founding member of the intellectual opposition group KOR.

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Listed in: Fiction · European Literature · Genocide · Race and Ethnicity · Polish and Polish-American Studies · Literary Studies

Cover of 'Holy Week'

Holy Week
A Novel of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
By Jerzy Andrzejewski
· Introduction by Oscar E. Swan
· Foreword by Jan T. Gross

At the height of the Nazi extermination campaign in the Warsaw Ghetto, a young Jewish woman, Irena, seeks the protection of her former lover, a young architect, Jan Malecki. By taking her in, he puts his own life and the safety of his family at risk.

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