Dance of the Panther

A Memoir

Dance of the Panther

In Dance of the Panther, Ingeborg Glasser takes her readers on an emotional journey through her childhood in Germany at a time of tyranny, war, and genocide. As the daughter of an alcoholic father and fiery mother, who was born Jewish but converted to Catholicism as an adult , Ingeborg and her sister fought to overcome bigotry and a tumultuous home life as they pursued their dreams of becoming actresses. But as the Nazi regime tightened its grip and her parents' marriage fell apart, merely staying alive became their ultimate pursuit. Thrilling, gut-wrenching, and at times humorous and outrageous, Dance of the Panther is a first-rate memoir with brains and heart.
  • Book Republic Press | 
  • 288 pages | 
  • ISBN 9781580421911 | 
  • January 2007

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