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The Boniuk Library Book and Holocaust Museum Houston librarian Maria Harris will facilitate a discussion of Charlotte by David Foenkinos. This tribute to the tragic life and transcendent art of Holocaust victim Charlotte Salomon depicts a young World War II artist from Berlin who embraces life in the aftermath of a devastating suicide before escaping to France, creating evocative autobiographical works and eventually losing her life at Auschwitz.

The Boniuk Library Book and Holocaust Museum Houston librarian Maria Harris will facilitate a discussion of Charlotte by David Foenkinos. This tribute to the tragic life and transcendent art of Holocaust victim Charlotte Salomon depicts a young World War II artist from Berlin who embraces life in the aftermath of a devastating suicide before escaping to France, creating evocative autobiographical works and eventually losing her life at Auschwitz.

The Boniuk Library Book and Holocaust Museum Houston librarian Maria Harris will facilitate a discussion of Charlotte by David Foenkinos. This tribute to the tragic life and transcendent art of Holocaust victim Charlotte Salomon depicts a young World War II artist from Berlin who embraces life in the aftermath of a devastating suicide before escaping to France, creating evocative autobiographical works and eventually losing her life at Auschwitz.

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Holocaust Museum Houston
5401 Caroline St.
Houston, TX 77004
https://www.hmh.org/EventDescription.aspx?ID=1017

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