I am 15 and I don't want to die - Christine Arnothy. Beautiful and poetic. I heard her once say something in the lines of 'This book is titled "I Am Fifteen and I Don't Want to Die" and I am fourteen and it made me want to cry'. I was thrilled because a book that makes you cry is a great one.
I am 15 and I don't want to die - Christine Arnothy. I shall not forget this. This oeuvre unfortunately didn't.
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Christine Arnothy was fifteen when her family hid in the basement of their apartment building with the other tenants during the . Published on October 14, 2005.
Christine Arnothy was fifteen when her family hid in the basement of their apartment building with the other tenants during the bombings. Mainly Christian, there was only one Jewish man hiding amongst them; this makes "I Am Fifteen-And I Don't Want to Die" different from a lot of the books that take place in World War II -ravaged Europe.
I am fifteen, and I dont want to die. Analysis: Dear Ms. Christine Arnothy, By reading your heart-warming book, I learned about the challenges many people had to face to stay alive in WWII. The characters struggled for courage, and I could not believe the pain that Will I ever see that heavenly light? Why must I suffer through this? Shall it be fight, or flight? With lack of food and water, My body has become quite weak. Evaluation: I think it is important for teenagers to read about real life situations, so they dont take everyday necessities for granted.
Christine Arnothy (20 November 1930 – 6 October 2015) was a Budapest-born French writer. She has written numerous books, including J'ai quinze ans et je ne veux pas mourir (1955) (I am Fifteen and I Do Not Want to Die). She married Claude Bellanger (1909–1978). J'ai quinze ans et je ne veux pas mourir is based on her diary, which recorded her experience as a teenager during the 1945 siege of Budapest. She fled Hungary with her parents
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Christine Arnothy, daughter of an Austro-Hungarian father and a German-Polish mother, was born in Budapest in 1930. She now lives in Switzerland. Country of Publication. Autobiography: General. item 7 I am fifteen and I do not want to die: The True Story of a Young Woman's Wartime -I am fifteen and I do not want to die: The True Story of a Young Woman's Wartime.