In 1942, Manfred Wolf and his family escaped Nazi-occupied Holland, ending up on Curacao, an island in the southern Caribbean Sea. In his new memoir "Survival in Paradise: Sketches from a Refugee Life in Curacao," Wolf describes the challenges of coping with displacement and loss in the aftermath of world war.
'Survival in Paradise' Recounts Journey From War-Torn Holland to the Caribbean
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Manfred Wolf, author and professor emeritus of English at San Francisco State University