Anya is a myth, an epic...[by] a writer of remarkable power.—Washington Post
Anya Savikin lived among well-to-do Russian Jews in Poland, in a world more like Tolstoy's than our own, until the first bombing of Warsaw and the chaos that ensued. Her story incarnates the strength and love of eastern European Jewry, before and after their decimation. Reading group guide included.
- February 2004
- 5.5 × 8.3 in
/ 512 pages
- Territory Rights: Worldwide including Canada, but excluding the British Commonwealth.
Endorsements & Reviews
“A triumph of realism in art.” — New York Times Book Review
Also by Susan Fromberg Schaeffer