Maria Schwaller Rosvoll has written an important book. In form, it is about a Norwegian Roma – Zolo Karoli – who was shot and killed at the age of 24 in the Buchenwald concentration camp two days before the camp was liberated on April 11, 1945. In reality, it is about much more. As the author says in his preface: "This is not only a book about Zolo Karoli, but also a book about what his mere existence did to us."
And Rosvoll explains: “What emerged in the archive study was our downfall. Not just bedroom, family or Zolo. . .
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