The Atlantic's July 2020 feature article by Melissa Greene about Izidor Ruckel is translated into Romanian by DOR, Romania's leading magazine of literary nonfiction. It includes new photos of Izidor's journey.
The Atlantic takes a deep dive into Izidor Ruckel's story of surviving a horrific Romanian orphanage. Presenting comprehensive analysis of institutionalized children from experts, the almost 9,000-word story is the most in-depth look to date of what he and tens of thousands of Romanian orphans endured under Nicolae Ceaușescu's Communist regime.
Read The Atlantic article here.