5+ quotes from The Kommandant's Girl by Pam Jenoff

Quotes from The Kommandant's Girl

Pam Jenoff ·  395 pages

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“I'm so sorry. I love you. I never could have hurt you.”
― Pam Jenoff, quote from The Kommandant's Girl

“Anna is something wrong " he asked his brow furrowed.

Yes I want to say. You ran a prison camp for Jews. You keep my parents locked in the ghetto. You let your wife's father be killed and would kill Jacob too if given the chance. Your wretched Gestapo came to our house and now Lukasz might have to leave us. Let me count the ways. Of course I did not dare to say any of this. "No Herr Kommandant " I replied managing to keep my voice even. "Everything is fine.”
― Pam Jenoff, quote from The Kommandant's Girl

“he says at last, bidding me good evening as though it were”
― Pam Jenoff, quote from The Kommandant's Girl

“empty, what was to stop vagrants, or even”
― Pam Jenoff, quote from The Kommandant's Girl

“governor’s office,” Diedrichson says solemnly without”
― Pam Jenoff, quote from The Kommandant's Girl

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