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“What, in a world gone mad, is the value of love?” 90-year old Rita Kuhn will tell you in her love story from the Weimar Republic. Be ready to be swept into a story of music, romance, biblical philosophy, and war.

Berkeley, CA - February 15, 2018 - An inspiring story, written by an inspired author, has just been released by Cactus Moon Publications, LLC. In Another Ruth, Klara and Lev are two individuals from seemingly irreconcilable worlds who meet during a time of increasing social unrest and prejudice. Their courtship confronts them with the political and racial struggles in Germany during this turbulent period. Klara and Lev, caught in Berlin's upheaval during the rise of National Socialism, must ask themselves who they really are. What are their core values? What, in a world gone mad, is the value of love?

The book Another Ruth is named after the biblical Ruth, one of the first converts to Judaism. The Ruth in Kuhn’s novel is based on the author’s actual mother, Frieda Kuhn, who chose to become a Jewess in 1920’s Berlin just prior to Jews being targeted for annihilation by the Nazis.

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Rita J. Kuhn, Ph.D.
Dr. Kuhn was born on November 29, 1927, in Berlin, Germany, of Jewish parents, Fritz and Frieda Kuhn. Determined to complete her education, she emigrated to America after WWII in 1948. Rita married in 1951 and had four children. She received her Master’s Degree in Classics at Cornell University in 1963.
After her divorce in 1965, Rita raised her four children as a single mother, while also attending graduate school and receiving her Doctorate in Comparative Literature at the University of California, Berkeley in 1984. She also spent twelve years as a tutor for disadvantaged children at Berkeley High School.
She shared her story of survival with high school students throughout the San Francisco Bay Area from 1985 to 2015. She published her memoir Broken Glass, Broken Lives: A Jewish Girl’s Survival Story in Berlin, 1933-1945. Rita is a proud mother and grandmother and lives in Berkeley, California. For more information about Another Ruth, please visit or contact Ruth Wiseman at (412) 654-1785.

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