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Esther "Etty" Hillesum is a young Jewish woman who lives with her family in the Dutch town of Deventer. Etty has two brothers, Jaap and Mischa. Mischa is a talented pianist and Jaap eventually becomes a medical doctor. Etty was raised in an assimilated Jewish home. In other words, the Hillesums were not observant Jews. There is no mention of attending religious services outside the home.
Etty makes only a few references to religious practices in her diaries. Sometime during her 20s, Hillesum moves to Amsterdam. She shares a house with Han Wegerif, a year-old widower. His son Hans an economics student lives in the house as well. Etty teaches Russian and does translation work to make a living after she completes a law degree.
She initially undertakes the task of keeping a diary as a means of living a healthier, more conscientious inner life. She hopes to become a writer one day. In the beginning, Etty writes very much like a woman of her time.
Etty, the daughter of an intellectual, is first and foremost a thinker. She is an avid reader, ever involved in philosophical discussions with her contemporaries.
As a young adult living in the years between the first and second World Wars, Etty Hillesum was decidedly modern and independent. She was open to intimate emotional and sexual relationships with others. Etty chronicles her daily experiences and adventures in conversational entries. Etty works through the pain and glory of life on the pages of her diary.
Yes, Etty does come to believe in and trust God—the word Etty uses for that higher, best part of herself. Over the course of the next two years, Hillesum addresses questions of life and death, sacrifice and acceptance. The account of her inner progression is nothing short of miraculous.
Hillesum lived her life in Amsterdam with her eyes, heart, and mind wide open. There is a fearlessness about Etty Hillesum, the progression of which the audience is allowed to witness. The story Etty Hillesum tells is simultaneously personal and universal. This section contains words approx.
Original Article Etty Hillesum , known as the Mystic of the Holocaust, was a young Jewish woman who lived in Amsterdam during the Nazi occupation and who died as one of the millions of victims of the Holocaust. In her short, remarkable life, Etty grew to see God in the depths of her own soul as well as in all other people. She was born in a Jewish family whose members suffered from some kind of nervous condition that resulted in illness and bouts of depression. She became a patient of Julius Spier, a German psychoanalyst who at one time was her lover; he was the spiritual teacher who set her on a quest for inner transformation. As part of her therapy, she began to keep a journal where she registered her practice of listening to her soul, and the result was her well-documented internal life which recorded her spiritual awakening.
An Interrupted Life: The Diaries and Letters of Etty Hillesum 1941–43
Esther "Etty" Hillesum is a young Jewish woman who lives with her family in the Dutch town of Deventer. Etty has two brothers, Jaap and Mischa. Mischa is a talented pianist and Jaap eventually becomes a medical doctor. Etty was raised in an assimilated Jewish home.
An Interrupted Life: The Diaries of Etty Hillesum, 1941-1943 Summary & Study Guide
An interrupted life: the diaries, 1941–1943; and, Letters from Westerbork
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