Ludmila Ulitskaya

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Ludmila Ulitskaya came from Russia to talk about her extraordinary novel, Daniel Stein, Interpreter. Based on the real life story of Oswald Rufeisen who miraculously survived the Holocaust by working in the Gestapo as an interpreter and went on to become a Carmelite monk in Israel trying to bring Christianity back to its Jewish roots. She discussed with philosopher Brian Klug the character of Daniel as symbol of love, humanity and tolerance.

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2012

Sunday, 26 February 2012

Ludmila Ulitskaya came from Russia to talk about her extraordinary novel, Daniel Stein, Interpreter. Based on the real life story of Oswald Rufeisen who miraculously survived the Holocaust by working in the Gestapo as an interpreter and went on to become a Carmelite monk in Israel trying to bring Christianity back to its Jewish roots. She discussed with philosopher Brian Klug the character of Daniel as symbol of love, humanity and tolerance.

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