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Anna Langfus Anna Langfus (born Anna-Regina Szternfinkiel in Lublin on January 2, 1920; died May 12, 1966 in Paris) was an award-winning Polish/French author.

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Anna Langfus
Anna Langfus (born Anna-Regina Szternfinkiel in Lublin on January 2, 1920; died May 12, 1966 in Paris) was an award-winning Polish/French author.
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Anna Langfus
Anna Langfus (born Anna-Regina Szternfinkiel in Lublin on January 2, 1920; died May 12, 1966 in Paris) was an award-winning Polish/French author.
Anna Langfus Anna Langfus (born Anna-Regina Szternfinkiel in Lublin on January 2, 1920; died May 12, 1966 in Paris) was an award-winning Polish/French author.
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Anna Langfus (born Anna-Regina Szternfinkiel in Lublin on January 2, 1920; died May 12, 1966 in Paris) was an award-winning Polish/French author. Anna Regina Szternfinkiel grew up in Lublin in a wealthy Jewish family. Married at 18, she moved with her ??husband Jakub Rajs (born in 1919) follow engineering studies at the School of Textiles Verviers in Belgium. Refugee in France, she saw first in misery, remarried in January 1948 with a Jew from Lublin, also rescued from the ghettos and camps, Langfus Aron (1910-1995). They give birth to a daughter, Maria, in May 1948. She frequents the theater circles. She writes in 1953 a first piece, The Leper rise in 1956 by Sacha Pitoeff. His first novel, The Salt and Sulphur published by Gallimard in 1960, describes his journey during the war, its literary qualities immediately attract attention from critics and the public.

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