Book Details :
Language : English
ISBN : 978-81-938351-1-1
Publication Year : 2018
Page : 164




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NITZA


NITZA

NITZA ( PB )
By Partha Banerjee
Translated By Jayanta Ray
 
Publisher : Bnet Publication
 
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Book Summary of NITZA


SYNOPSIS

“Nitza” is a sensitive love story; a fine blend of fiction, emotion and reality, set in the backdrop of the Holocaust during the Second World War. It is a touching and unfinished story of love between a German SS Officer, Helmut and his Jewish love, Nitza. Even the extreme hostile conditions and the unsurmountable adverse conditions of life failed to loosen the eternal bond of love between the two lovers in which the two were involved right from their childhood.
Helmut’s professional commitments compelled him to engage in committing atrocities against the Jews. But his conscience never approved of his acts. Even though, professionally committed to the genocidal policies of the Nazi regime which aimed at eliminating the Jews from the face of the Earth, he did not let his love for Nitza dilute even the slightest. The brutal killing of the innocent people by the Nazis plagued him with a sense of extreme guilt and helplessness. Though, he remained duty bound to the ideals of the Fuhrer, he was unable to distance himself from the love of his life – Nitza. When he discovered Nitza one night in the queue of the recently arrived prisoners at the Auschwitz Concentration camp, his professional identity faced a major conflict with his humane and compassionate self. His undying love for Nitza forced him to seek desperate ways to save her from the inevitable consequence awaiting the prisoners in the killing fields of Auschwitz, defying all odds and restrictions.
Nitza’s indifference towards him and her symbolic refusal in accepting his apparently transformed personality caused more despair and unsettled Helmut. His human and compassionate entity refused to continue with a life without his soul mate.
Does Helmut succeed in his intentions of freeing himself and Nitza from the world of never ending suffering and darkness? Does Nitza get freedom from her estranged life? What is the ultimate outcome of their deep and unflinching love? The suspense of the consequences of the events that unfold between the two main characters under the extreme environment, unveils right at the end of the story.
Subhajit, an Indian citizen of the second decade of the 21st Century is a confused and bifurcated personality. He finds himself mentally connected to the 2nd World War and the Third Reich right from his childhood. His emotional, turbulent odyssey of self-realization, brought about by an unfettered insight into the terrains of human inter-relationships, deeply exploring the feelings of love and guilt gives a pitch perfect description of the suburbia during the 2nd World War. Subhajit fails to understand his eagerness of visiting Auschwitz and witnessing the darkest side of modern human history. He is burdened by an inexplicable sense of guilt and inner pain. His relentless introspection is consequent to some strange visions and emotional upheaval which disturbs him endlessly. Does his visit to Auschwitz & Birkenau give him redemption from his sense of guilt and pain? How does he free himself from the growing sensation of burden which he seems to be carrying ever since and which aggravates on his stepping into the premises of the Auschwitz concentration camp?
The aspects of Love, Loss, Guilt and Redemption unfolds in a dramatic way.

About the author

Partha Banerjee was born in Purnia, North Bihar. He grew up in Dhanbad, Jharkhand in Central Mining Research Station where he completed his schooling from a renowned Convent.
Graduate in Electronics & Telecom Engineering and holding a Masters in Operations Research & Management, he enriched his professional career in some of the reputed Electronics & IT companies in India before shifting base to Muscat fifteen years ago, where he is holding a high office in one of the reputed Technology Business Group.
Despite being educated in a convent al through, his command over Bengali is commendable.Though, he was passionate about literature & writing from childhood, his writing skills were restricted within the boundaries of School & College magazines. However, he got due recognition for his literary acumen during his student life. He is known in his circle for writing on uncommon topics.
Right from his childhood he has been fascinated by the Second World War and the Third Reich. To satisfy his interest, his Parents encouraged him to read books on the Second World War from his early days and as he grew up, he satisfied his quest through documentaries and films based on the Second World War. During one his visits to Germany, he witnessed the long cherished history of the third Reich and also visited the infamous Auschwitz Concentration Camp. The exposure touched the depths of his heart. It is difficult to express in words his experience of the two and “Nitza” is the ultimate reflection of the influence Third Reich and Nazi Germany had in his mind. The story is a reliable and heart rendering account of the anti-Semitism policies, mass extermination of the Jews and its consequences. Though, the story line and some of the characters are imaginary, many of the incidences described, most of the characters and the back drop are real and true.
The short Novel, “Nitza” is not only in remembrance of the millions who were subjected to inhuman treatment and torture during the World War Two, through this work of literature, he expresses his respect to all those who have been a victim of caste or class discrimination. Through his writing he has also attempted to prove the fact that love never dies, even in the most difficult of circumstances in our lives; though, it may get rarer. Hence, it is unfair to generalize and classify any race or community against any bias.
I hope, the imagination and creativity of the author in his debut endeavor would find a place in the hearts of the readers.



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