When Deborah Feldman saw the tattoo on the back of a neo-Nazi at a swim park in Germany, she figured the punishment would be swift. A first-hand encounter with the German justice system changed her mind about that.
For years, ‘Unorthodox’ author Deborah Feldman was told to get over the Holocaust. A first-hand encounter with neo-Nazis in Berlin forced her to face up to her fears, her critics — and even her boyfriend.
From Hasidic upbringing in Williamsburg to bestselling memoir author: Deborah Feldman’s life trajectory is best described as unusual. Now she writes about her adventures in Berlin.