The stinging reality of the effects of the Holocaust on the second generation is illustrated as Naomi Litvin attempts reorientation to the world at large after losing her mother, a Romanian Holocaust survivor.
In her second book, Beneath A Stormy Cloud: Moving On Without Her Naomi Litvin knits a jigsaw-puzzle-like anthology of her mother’s poetry with her own juxtaposing responses.
Within these pages, Naomi’s thought-provoking commentary is a deeply personal struggle with her grief.
Edith was her mentor, heroine, and best friend. Mother and daughter share the stage in this creative, special slice of history.