Arthur and Leah are survivors of the Nazi Holocaust who have met and married in England. Shortly after their taking up residence in Los Angeles with two small children, Leah suffers a nervous breakdown. Arthur finds a psychotherapist for her. Gradually Arthur himself becomes involved in trying to find means toward solving problems of his own. He embarks on a long, tortuous journey.
This unusual story will fascinate professionals as well as anyone interested in human affairs.
Alfred Benjamin has been a prize-winning photographer from childhood on, having distinguished himself in scientific as well as in artistic fields. His articles on medical photography have appeared in many national and international professional journals. He has also been a painter all his adult life and, lately, a writer. In addition he is a teacher of photography and an educator on the Nazi Holocaust. He lives in the Los Angeles area with his wife and near their two daughters, granddaughter and grandson.