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Romance Novel About Nazi Guard and Concentration Camp Inmate Has Everyone Angry – The Forward
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Armitage wrings every ounce of feeling, drama and even humor — mostly at the expense of the dimwitted Baretski — from this earnest story. He skillfully conveys the cruel, mocking tone that the SS officers and guards often used with prisoners as a way of reinforcing their power.
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At times it seems as if there are two narrators, so often, and ably, does Armitage vary his delivery. The relationship between Lale and Gita, with its progression from love at first sight to giddy infatuation to deep commitment, sometimes strains credulity.
Apparently, they did — in real life, Lale and Gita ended up together. But the language of romance can seem jarringly out of place when contrasted with the starvation, mutilation and murder of thousands around them. The author heads off this criticism by having the characters raise this question themselves.