By Stéphane Gerson
The Surprise Literary Sensation Sweeping France
This year’s French literary sensation is quite a surprise, not least because she is a long-forgotten Jewish writer who died in Auschwitz. Irène Némirovsky was born into a wealthy Ukrainian family in 1903 and grew up among Kiev, Saint Petersburg and Riviera palaces. Following the Bolshevik Revolution, her family joined the ranks of White Russian…
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Tue., Feb. 27, 2024 • 1 P.M. ET
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