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The invisible bridge
Julie Orringer
Adult Fiction ORRINGE

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Michael Schaub and EW
posted Mar 27, 2011 at 10:45AM
Avatar for Laura P. Laura P. said:
When Andras Levi travels to Paris to study architecture he carries a letter from a Budapest family to mail when he gets there. Little does he know he will meet the mysterious C. Morgenstern and fall in love. This book is about the twists and turns of fate. How do lovers come to meet? Why do some survive extreme conditions while others die? I loved this book. On the one hand it's a saga of two families and what happens to them during the war. On the other hand it's a study of what ifs and if onlies. Fascinating. A great story.
posted Aug 6, 2012 at 5:05PM
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main characters Andras Levi
Male
Jewish
Studied architecture in Paris on scholarship; works at a theater; in love with Klara; forced to return to Budapest to work at a labor camp; publishes a series of newspapers; shipped to the Ukraine.
Theater employee

Klara
Female
Hungarian
Fled Hungary sixteen year ago; in a passionate love affair with Andras.

Tibor Levi
Male
Jewish
Andras's brother; studying medicine.
Salesclerk

Matyas Levi
Male
Jewish
Andras and Tibor's younger brother.



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