A rehearsed reading – suggested by Sarah Harding-Roberts.
Written on the eve of the Holocaust as a series of letters between an American Jew and his German friend, Address Unknown is a haunting tale of immense and enduring impact, exposing the poison of Nazism. This memorable story survives in an age of racial, ethnic and nationalistic intolerance as a searing reminder that history can repeat itself.
“A tale already known and profoundly appreciated by members of my generation. It is to our part on World War II what Uncle Tom’s Cabin was to the Civil War.” ~ KURT VONNEGUT Jr.