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Elżbieta Ettinger (September 19, 1924 – March 12, 2005) was a Polish-American writer. The daughter of Emmanuel Ettinger and Regina Stahl, she was born in Łódź. In 1939, with her family, she was transferred to the Warsaw Ghetto. In 1942, she was able to escape the ghetto with the help of her mother and, using forged identity papers, adopted the name Elżbieta Chodakowska.
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Until Elzbieta Ettinger published her book "Hannah Arendt, Martin Heidegger" last month, no one had dared hint at such things. And while almost every Arendt scholar in America and several in Germany (where the book appeared this summer) and not a few Heideggerians would happily consign Ms. Ettinger's book to the tabloid hell they figure it sprang from - "It did have a very bodice-ripping romantic streak to it, don't you think?" asks Thomas Sheehan, a Heidegger scholar -. - there is not much anybody can do about it, because Ms. Ettinger had something none of them.