'In 1940, a young student watched silently as the German army marched through the streets of Brussels. Her beloved father was an emigré Russian Jew, her restless, difficult mother a Belgian Catholic. he Changing Forms of Clouds is the story of her life, loves and losses.
'This is a moving yet enchanting memoir of a woman battling to understand herself and her place in the world. It provides a fascinating insight into the shifting mores that occurred after World War II. Candid and forthright, Dalia’s story is sure to resonate with women of all ages.' (Publication summary)