The human ability to destroy what is beautiful and precious was growing in 1936. As Bianca Majolie found artistic inspiration in Felix Salten’s novel Bambi: A Life in the Woods, it was being thrown into bonfires in Nazi-controlled Germany. Many readers understood it as an allegory about the Jewish experience of oppression in Europe. – Nathalia Holt, Literary Hub. More:
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