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Blood to remember : American poets on the Holocaust

Author: Charles Adés Fishman
Publisher: Lubbock, Texas : Texas Tech University Press, [1991] ©1991
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Genre/Form: Poetry
Anthologie
Belletristische Darstellung
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Blood to remember.
Lubbock Tex. : Texas Tech University Press, ©1991
(OCoLC)645799439
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Charles Adés Fishman
ISBN: 0896722147 9780896722149 0896722155 9780896722156
OCLC Number: 22766070
Description: xxii, 426 pages ; 25 cm
Contents: After the Holocaust, no poetry? / David Koenig --
Response / Linda Pastan --
Why I write about the Holocaust / Gary Pacernick --
Etchings / James William Chichetto --
Hollow cost / Joan Jobe Smith --
Digging / Frank Finale --
I must tell the story / Emily Borenstein --
Independence day : eureka / Cornel Adam Lengyel --
XXXVIII, from Midsummer '81 / Derek Walcott --
Yellow starred / Sister Mary Philip de Camara, V.H.M. --
Meditation after hearing the Richard Yardumian Mass, "Come creator spirit" / Geraldine Clinton Little --
1905 / David Ignatow --
The terrified meadows / William Pillin --
Boghos Sarkissian, a watchmaker of Karpet, remembers the Turkish atrocities of 1915 / Leo Hamalian --
Scene of a summer morning / Irving Feldman --
The scar--August, 1934 / Hans Juergensen --
City children at a summer camp. Slomin, 1936 / Kirtland Snyder --
The Hindenburg / Van K. Brock --
AD / Kenneth Fearing --
Selma ... a pot of soup ... a bottle of milk. Lodz, 1938 / Kirtland Snyder --
Entrance to the old Cracow ghetto / David Zucker --
Vilna 1938 / Shelley Ehrlich --
iii Crystal night, from During the Eichmann Trial / Denise Levertov --
Weltanschauung / Charles Fishman --
1939 / Elaine Terranova --
To the end / Jeffrey A.Z. Zable --
The Shoah / Emily Borenstein --
The last visa for Palestine / Elaine Mott --
Babi Yar / Carole Glasser Langille --
Memories of December / Gizela Spunberg --
The death ship / Ruth Whitman --
Passover night 1942 / Yala Korwin --
Letter to Vienna from Paris, 1942 / Maurya Simon --
Taking leave / Carol Ganzer --
I am a star / Inge Auerbacher --
Little lamb / Pearl B. Sheridan --
In hiding / Helen Degan Cohen --
The poacher / Gregory Orfalea --
Opa the watchmaker / Arlene Mass --
Pitchipoi / George Bogin --
The little boy with his hands up / Yala Korwin --
from Massacres ; from Mass graves / Charles Reznikoff --
"More light! More light!" / Anthony Hecht --
The excavator / Emily Borenstein --
Rebecca 1942 / R.M. Cooper --
Auschwitz #6 / Alfred Van Loen --
Cattle train to Magdeburg / John Z. Guzlowski --
Shipment to Maidanek / Ephim Fogel --
Saving the children / Frieda Singer --
The children of Terezin / Stanley Cooperman --
Something to remember me by / Inge Auerbacher --
The three / Martin Steingesset --
Juliek's violin / Michael Blumenthal --
Eli 1943 / R.M. Cooper --
For Malka who lived three days dying / Laura Kasischke --
To my mother who endured / Liliane Richman --
Exposure / Esther Cameron --
I remember coming into Warsaw, a child / Helen Degan Cohen --
From the Adreatine Caves / Vince Clemente --
In remembrance of the children of Izieu / Arlene Mass --
from The angel of history / Carolyn Forché --
Miklos Radnoti / Willis Barnstone --
September 1944 / Charles Fishman --
Auschwitz #1 / Alfred Van Loen --
Rebecca 1944 / R.M. Cooper --
Unforgettable / Mark Pawlak --
Auschwitz #5 / Alfred Van Loen --
Voices / Ronald William Pies --
There were those / Susan Dambroff --
The Hungarian Mission / Ruth Lisa Schechter --
On the wings of the wind / Elaine Mott --
To Gisi Fleischmann / Joan Campion --
1945, the silence / Burton D. Wasserman --
A few more things about the holocaust / Leatrice H. Lifshitz --
The dancing dog / Florence Weinberger --
Drawing the blinds / Gerald Musinsky --
You know the funny thing is ; In some of the bunks ; And there were pits / Barbara Helfgott Hyett --
And nothing moved / Richard C. Raymond --
A view from the ghetto / Helen Degan Cohen --
The martyrs are calling / Ber Green --
... And the Earth rebelled / Yuri Suhl --
A million pairs of shoes / Aaron Kurtz --
A six million / Naomi Replansky. 1945 / Bernard S. Mikofshky --
The gift / John Ciardi --
Women bathing at Bergen-Belsen / Enid Shomer --
A camp in the Prussian Forest / Randall Jarrell --
U.S. Army holds dance for camp survivors, Germany, 1945 / Lisa Ress --
Mame-Loshen, Yiddish / Bernard S. Mikofsky --
Di Rayze Aheym, The journey home / Irena Klepfisz --
The thief / Abraham Linik --
Jonathan's song / Owen Dodson --
Rotterdam--1946 / Thomas A. Goldman --
Paul Celan : a grave and mysterious sentence / Edward Hirsch --
Survivor / Barbara Goldberg --
Survivor / Ruth Feldman --
At a mass grave / M. Truman Cooper --
Niemand / Marie Syrkin --
Auschwitz / Nicholas Rinaldi --
Ditty / Harvey Shapiro --
Without Jews / Jacob Glatstein --
God's death / Florence W. Freed --
We are the echoes / Carol Adler --
Lament for the gypsies / Julius Barbin --
For the children / David McKain --
I am Babi Yar / Ginger Porter --
Diary of a Tashkent Jew / Gloria Glickstein --
In Saxony / Philip Levine --
The Amsterdam poem / Maxine Kumin --
Westminster Synagogue ; Zudioska / Aaron Kramer --
The rose of blue flesh / Willis Barnstone --
There is one synagogue extant in Kiew / Yaacov Luria --
For our dead / Marilynn Tatal --
Yahrzeit / Miriam Kessler --
Identifications ; Bramble / Peretz Kaminsky --
Yom Kippur / Bradley R. Strahan --
A cantor's dream before "The days of awe" / Martin Robbins --
Passover at Auschwitz / Laurence Josephs --
Pigeons / Bert Meyers --
The ghetto / Gloria Glickstein --
Counting sheep by night / Lois Mathieu --
Tonight / Julius Balbin --
Nightson ; I'll find my self-belief ; Dead men don't praise God / Jacob Glatstein --
Soap / Gerald Stern --
The pripet marshes / Irving Feldman --
A story about chicken soup / Louis Simpson --
The death mazurka / Charles Fishman --
Miserere ; The ascensions ; Farewell to Europe ; The requirement / William Pillin --
Rachel / Linda Pastan --
Carolyn's neighbor / Deborah S. Snyder --
Quiet desperation / Mike Frenkel --
School of music / Theodore Deppe --
Survivor / Florence Weinberger --
Kol Nidre / Rosa Felsenburg Kaplan --
For Nelly Sachs / Kinereth Gensler --
Late Twentieth Century pastoral / William Pitt Root --
Being children / Marilynn Talal --
Numbers / Norah Reap --
Tattoo / Gregg Shapiro --
Skin / Sari Friedman --
Line-up ; The return / Dori Katz --
In the heaven of night ; A shade of night / Amos Neufeld --
The second generation / Menachem Z. Rosensaft --
Maschlacki / Lora Berg --
Sonia at 32 / Morrie Warshawski --
Trilogy / Cecile Hamermesh --
The brooch / Olga Drucker --
Little boy / Jacob Glatstein --
The blue parakeet ; The wheel ; Harry Lenga / Julie N. Heifetz --
Hands : Abraham Kunstler / Michael D. Riley --
Chicago scene (1952, 1969) / Martin Robbins --
Munich, 1955 / Maurya Simon --
The nightmare / Van K. Brock --
Sitting this one out / Steven Sher --
The tailor / Patricia Garfinkel. Spit / C.K. Williams --
At your table. Vienna V, 1957 / Lisa Ress --
Dan's shoe repair : 1959 / Christine Lahey --
The survivor / Philip Levine --
The extermination of the Jews / Marvin Bell --
i When we look up, from During the Eichmann Trial / Denise Levertov --
Dachau moon / Michael Waters --
KZ / Caroline Wright --
Dachau / Mary Kathryn Stillwell --
Not Dachau / Aaron Miller --
Seriatim / robert A. Frauenglas --
Riddle ; Simple truths ; The children ; My holocaust songs / William Heyen --
Leaving a country behind / carolyn Kreiter-Kurylo --
Going back / Marina Roscher --
The little place / Anneliese Wagner --
Reforger / Miriam Offenberg --
Auschwitz reportaz / Alan Lupack --
3 The concentration camps, From The invocation to Kali / May Sarton --
Icon / Ephim Fogel --
In the absence of yellow / Reva Sharon --
Thereisienstadt poem --
"Grandfather" in Winter / Frederick Feirstein --
Gaby at the U.N. observation post / Susan Tichy --
Yom Hazikaron / Edmund Pennant --
The Anniversary poem / Diana Der Hovanessian --
The Jews that we are / Richard Michelson --
I wake from a dream of killing Hitler / Mark Nepo --
The Nazi in the dock, at sixty / Larry Rubin --
The song of Iron Paul / William Trowbridge --
The bird / Louis Simpson --
Onkel Fritz is sitting / David Koenig --
The gift / Luada Sandler --
A couple of survivors / David Ray --
Maria Olt / Ruth Whitman --
History / Jorie Graham --
Thoughts under the giant sequoia / Edmund Pennant --
The survivor / John C. Pine --
Kitty returns to Auschwitz / David Ray --
Blessed art though, no-one / Myra Sklarew --
From Memory / Stephen Berg --
Undressing Aunt Frieda / Richard Michelson --
Earrings / Annette Bialik Harchik --
The tomatoes / Teresa Moszkowicz-Syrop --
Sanity / Betty Wisoff --
Another book on the holocaust / J.R. Solonche --
At the Jewish Museum / Olga Cabral --
Not a dream, just thoughts / Marion Cohen --
In my own nightmares / Mari Alschuler --
The family album / Lisa Ress --
Remembering / Enid Shomer --
God teaches us how to forgive, but we forget / Louis Phillips --
Medium / Marc Kaminsky --
Yom HaShoah / Estelle Gershgoren Novak --
Unanswerable questions / Reva Sharon --
The late train / Theodore Weiss --
Benny / Fran Adler --
On a drawing by Flavio / Philip Levine --
A song / J.L. Kubicek --
On watching heritage : civilization and the Jews / Deborah Hanan --
Aspen Oktoberfest / Reg Saner --
Yad Vashem / Hans Juergensen --
After Claude Lanzmann's Shoah / Luada Sandler --
The name of a place / Norbert Krapf --
After forty years / Carolyne Wright --
After that time / Harriet Susskind --
1985- In a small American town / Judith Irwin --
Solitary acts / Irena Klepfisz --
How early Fall came this year / John Z. Guzlowski --
The witness / Monique Pasternak --
from Kaddish / Melanie Kaye/Kantrowitz --
Roses and the grave / Vera Weislitz --
The reckoning / Marie Syrkin --
Kaddish / Catherine de Vinck --
We seek you, one and only God / Luba Krugman Gurdus --
from Inscription, 1944-1956 / Charles Reznikoff --
Chant for all the people of Earth / Leslie Woolf Hedley --
Adler / Gerald Stern --
Lullaby / Teresa Moszkowicz-Syrop --
The lanternman / Marina Roscher --
I did not know, but I remember / Tamara Fishman --
Tsena Tsena (second generation) / Marilyn Mohr --
The third generation / Katherine Janowitz --
For victims / David Shapiro.
Responsibility: edited by Charles Fishman.

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