A mad desire to dance

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Random House Audio,
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p2009.
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English
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A European orphan transplanted to New York, Doriel is shaped by the pain of the deaths of his parents following World War II and the horrors of the Holocaust, and seeks solace in an intense study of Judaism and a search for the secrets of his mother's life.
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full_title mad desire to dance
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auth_author2 Bramhall, Mark., Potter, Kirsten., Temerson, Catherine.
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subject_facet Audiobooks, FICTION / Historical, FICTION / Jewish, Holocaust survivors -- Fiction, Immigrants -- Fiction, Mothers and sons -- Fiction, Psychological fiction
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title_full A mad desire to dance [sound recording] / Elie Wiesel ; [translated from the French by Catherine Temerson]
title_short A mad desire to dance
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