Out of the varied horrors of the Holocaust, a body of literature survives. The most famous voice belongs to Anne Frank. At 15-years-old, she wrote, “I still believe, in spite of everything, that people are truly good at heart.” It's hard to believe that anyone, even a child, can be so big-hearted.
Less well-known is the voice of an adult woman, Etty Hillesum. And her writing is finally getting its day in the sun.