Loves of Yulian by Julian Padowicz
Mother and Me, Part III

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About Julian Padowicz

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Julian Padowicz holds a degree in English Literature from Colgate University. He has been a documentary filmmaker and producer of audio tapes for most of his adult life, and has won a Golden Eagle Award for his educational film, "The People Shop," from the Committee on International Non-Theatrical Events. He lives in Stamford, CT, with his wife.
Published April 28, 2011 by Chicago Review Press. 255 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, History. Fiction

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This moving third installment of Padowicz's fictionalized memoir relays the plight of his mother and himself as they flee Nazi Poland to Hungary, then to Brazil, where they spend a year awaiting paper

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