Rachelle Unreich: A Brilliant Life

Rachelle Unreich talks about her book A Brilliant Lifethe story of her mother’s survival of the Holocaust and what it reveals about the resilience of the soul, with Jane Rocca.  


12 May 16:30
State Library Conversation Quarter
Access: Wheelchair
Enjoy two-for-one tickets to this event by using the promo code ‘LOVE’. This limited time offer will end midnight, Sunday 28 April (while tickets last). 

The true story of a Holocaust survivor told by her daughter, journalist Rachelle Unreich, A Brilliant Life is 'an affirmation of the miraculous nature of the human mind to make sense of humanity's worst inclinations, not just survive them’ (Rachel Griffiths). 

Emerging from interviews with her mother, Mira, near the end of her life, it unravels the mystery underpinning her survival from concentration camps, and how she ‘learned about the goodness of people’. 

Unreich speaks with fellow journalist Jane Rocca about her tender portrait of love, loss, wonder and the resilience of the soul.  

Please note, there will not be a Q&A or book signings following this event. 


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Rachelle Unreich: A Brilliant Life