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Children of Job : American second-generation witnesses to the Holocaust

Autor: Alan L Berger
Editorial: Albany, N.Y. : State University of New York Press, ©1997.
Serie: SUNY series in modern Jewish literature and culture.
Edición/Formato:   Print book : Inglés (eng)Ver todas las ediciones y todos los formatos
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Resumen:
This book sheds light on the relationship between the Holocaust and contemporary Jewish identity. it is the first syste Matic analysis of a body of work that introduces a new generation of writers and filmmakers, as well as revealing how.

The Surivors' legacy is Shaping-And being shaped by the second generation.

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Género/Forma: Criticism, interpretation, etc
History
Tipo de documento: Libro/Texto
Todos autores / colaboradores: Alan L Berger
ISBN: 0791433579 9780791433577 0791433587 9780791433584
Número OCLC: 34984250
Descripción: ix, 241 pages ; 24 cm.
Contenido: Foreword / Elie Wiesel --
Ch. 1. Introduction. The Second-Generation Witness: Inheriting the Holocaust. Particularism and Universalism. Children of Survivors and Children of Job. Theological Sequelae. Universal Questions. The Search for Tikkun --
Ch. 2. From Pathology to Theology: The Emergence of the Second-Generation Witness. The American Second Generation: A Brief History. A New Generation of Jewish Writers and Filmmakers. Post-Auschwitz Covenant Theology. Elie Wiesel and the Additional Covenant. Irving Greenberg and the Voluntary Covenant. Emil L. Fackenheim and the Search for a Post-Aushwitz Tikkun Olam. Richard L. Rubenstein: "God after the Death of God" --
Ch. 3. Second-Generation Novels and Short Stories: Jewish Particularism. Damaged Goods. Summer Long-a-Coming. Maus. Short Stories: A Biographical Note. Stories of an Imaginary Childhood and While the Messiah Tarries. Dancing at the Club Holocaust and Forms of Captivity and Escape. Elijah Visible --
Ch. 4. Second-Generation Novels and Short Stories: Jewish Universalism. The Flood. White Lies. Dancing on Tisha B'Av and Winter Eyes --
Ch. 5. Second-Generation Documentaries and Docudramas: Jewish Particularism. Kaddish. A Generation Apart. Breaking the Silence. Half-Sister, Everything's For You, and In Memory. Angst. The Docudramas: The Dr. John Haney Sessions and Open Secrets --
Ch. 6. Second-Generation Documentaries and Docudramas: Jewish Universalism. As If It Were Yesterday. Weapons of The Spirit. So Many Miracles. Voices From The Attic --
Ch. 7. Whither The Future? Working through the Holocaust. Riders towards the Dawn. Children of Job and Covenantal Judaism.
Título de la serie: SUNY series in modern Jewish literature and culture.
Responsabilidad: Alan L. Berger.

Resumen:

This book sheds light on the relationship between the Holocaust and contemporary Jewish identity. it is the first syste Matic analysis of a body of work that introduces a new generation of writers and filmmakers, as well as revealing how.

The Surivors' legacy is Shaping-And being shaped by the second generation.

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