The Lullaby of Polish Girls

Thursday, July 25, 2013

Dagmara Dominczyk talks about her new novel, The Lullaby of Polish Girls, about a girl who immigrates with her parents to the United States in the 1980s as political refugees from Poland. She is sent back to Poland to visit her grandmother on summer, and she develops intense friendships with two local girls and their bond is renewed every summer when Anna returns.


Dagmara Dominczyk
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Comments [3]


Yes, that's the same place where the pogrom in 1946 was

Jul. 31 2013 09:49 PM
rezel feinberg from nyc

kielce, poland? is that where the pogrom took place in 1946?

Jul. 25 2013 01:16 PM
Nick from UWS

My beloved grandparents (my mother's parents) were both from Mlawa. Long live Poland!

Jul. 25 2013 01:11 PM

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