Tatiana De Rosnay Offers Us A Brilliantly Subtle, Compelling Portrait Of France Under Occupation And Reveals The Taboos And Silence That Surround This Painful Episode.Paris, July 1942 Sarah, A Ten Year Old Girl, Is Brutally Arrested With Her Family By The French Police In The Vel D Hiv Roundup, But Not Before She Locks Her Younger Brother In A Cupboard In The Family S Apartment, Thinking That She Will Be Back Within A Few Hours Paris, May 2002 On Vel D Hiv S 60th Anniversary, Journalist Julia Jarmond Is Asked To Write An Article About This Black Day In France S Past Through Her Contemporary Investigation, She Stumbles Onto A Trail Of Long Hidden Family Secrets That Connect Her To Sarah Julia Finds Herself Compelled To Retrace The Girl S Ordeal, From That Terrible Term In The Vel D Hiv , To The Camps, And Beyond As She Probes Into Sarah S Past, She Begins To Question Her Own Place In France, And To Reevaluate Her Marriage And Her Life Tatiana De Rosnay Offers Us A Brilliantly Subtle, Compelling Portrait Of France Under Occupation And Reveals The Taboos And Silence That Surround This Painful Episode.
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