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by Ilse Margret Vogel
Author: Ilse Margret Vogel
Publisher: Harper & Row; 1st edition (1979)
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Ilse-Margret Vogel (5 June 1914 – 7 October 2001) was a German-American author who mostly wrote for children and young adults. However, she is perhaps best known for her memoir Bad Times, Good Friends - A personal memoir which tells the story of her life between 1943 and 1945 living in Nazi Germany and how a small group of German artists and dissidents lived under Hitler. Her husband is artist, children's author and illustrator Howard Knotts.
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Farewell, aunt isabell
Farewell, aunt isabell. Making Aunt Isabell happy is everyone's concern, and Erika and Ilse seem most able to succeed-though she frightens them on one occasion with her uncontrolled laughter and on another by attacking the girl next door. Vogel puts a sort of gentle padding around what might otherwise be a disturbing situation; and this works-in its minor-key way-because she tells it consistently from the naive viewpoint of Ilse and Erika (the sisters separated by death in My Twin Sister Erika, 1976).