Carol Dine, as told to Susan Schnur

Strange Comfort

Turning to Holocaust art for survival of a different kind

One day, a week after my second chemo treatment for my fourth bout with cancer, I was feeling all right and decided to take the T to Newbury Street in Boston to see an exhibit of paintings by the renowned artist Samuel Bak, who survived the Holocaust. I was bald and wore a black turban.

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