Singer, Isaac Bashevis
December 1973
New Yorker;12/3/1973, Vol. 49 Issue 41, p48
The article focuses on the escape of poet Getzele Tertziver from Adolf Hitler and his exploits in the United States. Tertziver has published one book which contains a mixture of poems, aphorisms and vignettes. The books is titled "The World History of My Future." His handwriting could only be deciphered by a typesetter in Warsaw, Poland.


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