Under The Same Roof draws a vivid picture of growing up as a child of Holocaust survivors. In a sensitive and compelling way, Dr. Mark Henry Kinn illustrates the complex influences of the Holocaust: subtle and unexplained fear and anxiety present in every day, conflicted feelings about religiosity, guilt (for having a better and easier life than his parents) and the unrelenting poignancy (of his parents’ strength and will to live). A candid and intimate memoir of growing up with intergenerational trauma.
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Dr. Mark Henry Kinn was born in Brooklyn, New York, just five years after WWII. As a child of survivors of the Holocaust, he was raised in the psychological aftermath of brutality and loss.
Like many children of survivors, he sought a context for his parents’ horrific experience and the existential threat of the atrocities they survived. Under The Same Roof was written as both a catharsis and a way of honoring his parents.