Was introduced to her work by the book “Charlotte”, David Foenkinos. Read it in English and was intrigued by the subject.
Contents wise, I am not sure how to categorize it. David Foenkinos writes part of it as an autobiography, while some parts as the writer looking for Charlotte, researching her life and work.
I finished reading the book just before “Holocaust Day”, which was a very good timing for me. Concentrating in one person (one family), suffering, what she has gone through is a strong reminder of the horrors of the Holocaust, and for me is so much powerful than thinking about the number of people murdered.
I will keep on looking for her work, and hope to see it someday in an exhibition.