Buy PARADERO DESCONOCIDO by KRESSMANN TAYLOR (ISBN: ) from Amazon’s Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on. Kathrine Kressmann Taylor or Kressmann Taylor was an American author, known mostly for her Address Unknown (), a short story written as a series of . Dramatizes the Nazi persecution of the Jews in through a series of letters between an American Jewish art dealer in San Francisco and his German friend.

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Rating this book seems kind of irrelevant. His life becomes endangered, and he escapes to the United States. This page was last edited on 3 Novemberat Open Preview See a Problem?

Kathrine Taylor – Wikipedia

In Israel, the Hebrew edition was a best-seller and was adapted for the stage. The editor Whit Burnett and Elliot deemed the story “too strong to appear under the name of a woman,” and published the work under the name Kressmann Taylor, dropping her first name. However, it definitely wasn’t the worst thing I had to read in history. Rachel rated it it was ok Feb 02, Kathrine Taylor met him through the mediation of the FBIwhich had investigated the young German after his defection to the United States.

Return to Book Page. InKressmann married Elliott Taylor, who owned an advertising agency. Hoffman starts his theology studies in Berlin in the late s.

Paradero desconocido

The Kibbutz Theatre Company produced the play and actors. Works by Kathrine Kressmann Taylor. Max however continues, “Prepare these for distribution by March 24th: Found this while weeding.


By the summer ofthe play had been performed in Israel times and it was filmed by Israel Public TV Channel 1 for screening on Holocaust Remembrance Day in I beg you, Max, no more, no more!

About Kathrine Kressmann Taylor. An indictment of Nazism was also the theme of Taylor’s next book, Until That Daypublished in Diterasu rated it it was ok Feb 24, Retrieved 5 February InTaylor married the American sculptor John Rood.

Very short and I like epistolary. Harry Tidswell rated it it was ok Dec 15, Einstein, you evil genius. He twylor that he turned Griselle away when she came to him, her brother’s dearest friend, for sanctuary — she had foolishly defied the Nazis and was being pursued by SA thugs.

You can help by expanding it with reliably sourced entries. Andrea Trenary rated it it was ok Dec 12, I have a doubt: Address Unknown was performed as a stage play in France,in Israel from where it still runs and at the Promenade Theater in New Kressmxnn in Martin responds on bank stationery less likely to be inspected and tells Max his sister is dead.

It is revealed earlier in the book that Martin and Griselle had had an affair before the events of the book take place.

Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Retiring inshe moved to FlorenceItaly and wrote Diary of Florence in Floodinspired by the great flood of the Arno river in November of that year. The story was subsequently translated into 20 languages, with the Krdssmann version sellingcopies.


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Rubens 12 by 77, blue; Giotto 1 bygreen and white; Poussin 20 by 90, red and white. He becomes frantic to learn her fate. Want to Read saving….

Kressmann Taylor, Jour sans retour. April Perry rated it it was ok Jan 13, I didn’t really like it, so I rated it two stars. Books by Kathrine Kressmann Taylor. Her first and most famous book, “Address unknown”, was initially published by Story magazine.

Paradero desconocido by Kathrine Kressmann Taylor. Kressmann Taylor, Adressat unbekannt. The story is told entirely in letters between them, from to We are at home.

Kathrine Taylor

You go to a democratic Germany, a land with a deep culture and the beginnings of a fine political freedom. To ask other readers questions about Paradero desconocidoplease sign up. I can see how this book may have impacted Americans when it was originally published, but reading it now These letters you have sent Karl’s father resists the authorities, and this resistance becomes the cause of his death.