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Ida Fink (Hebrew: אידה פינק) (born 1921) is a Polish Jewish author who writes about the Holocaust. Contents 1 Biography 2 Literary career 3 Awards 4 Published work 5 See also 6 References 7 External links // Biography Ida Fink was born in Zbarazh, Poland. in 1921. She was a student of music at Lwow Conservatory. In 1941-1942, she spent two years in the Zbaraz ghetto, before escaping with the help of Aryan papers. After the Holocaust she married and had a daughter. In 1957, Fink immigrated to Israel.[1] She settled in Holon, where she worked as a music librarian and an interviewer for Yad Vashem. She published her first story in 1971. Today, she lives with her sister in Ramat Aviv.[2] Literary career Fink writes in Polish, primarily on Holocaust themes. Her stories revolve around the terrible choices that the Jews had to make during the Nazi era and the hardships of Holocaust survivors after the war.[3] A documentary about Ida Fink, The Garden that Floated Away, was produced by Israeli filmmaker Ruth Walk.[4] The 2008 film Spring 1941, directed by Uri Barbash, was based on her work.[5] Awards In 2008, Fink was awarded the Israel Prize, for literature.[2][6][7] She has also won the Anne Frank Prize, the Buchman Prize and the Sapir Prize. Published work The Key Game (1986) A Scrap of Time and Other Stories (1987)[8] The Journey (1990) Traces (1996) See also List of Israel Prize recipients References ^ Polish culture: Ida Fink ^ a b Israel Prize for Literature awarded to Ida Fink, Tuvya Ruebner and Nili Mirsky - Haaretz - Israel News ^ Education - Lesson Plan from Teaching the Legacy, E-newsletter ^ The Jewish Quarterly ^ DVD credits. ^ "Israel Prize Official Site (in Hebrew) - Recipient's C.V.". http://cms.education.gov.il/EducationCMS/Units/PrasIsrael/Tashsah/AidaPink/CvAidaPink.htm.  ^ "Israel Prize Official Site (in Hebrew) - Judges' Rationale for Grant to Recipient". http://cms.education.gov.il/EducationCMS/Units/PrasIsrael/Tashsah/AidaPink/NsAidaPink.htm.  ^ The University of Chicago Press (2001 - 2007). "A scrap of time and other stories". BiblioVault. http://www.bibliovault.org/BV.book.epl?BookId=4638. Retrieved 2007-02-08.  External links Sara R. Horowitz, Biography of Ida Fink, Jewish Women Encyclopedia Persondata Name Fink, Ida Alternative names Short description Date of birth Place of birth Date of death Place of death