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Holding on to humanity--the message of Holocaust survivors : the Shamai Davidson papers

著者: Shamai Davidson; Israel W Charny; Institute on the Holocaust and Genocide (Jerusalem)
出版社: New York : New York University Press, ©1992.
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"The effects of the Holocaust on those who survived it are immeasurable. How can one experience the trauma of the concentration camps - being reduced to a helpless witness of the brutality of torture, medical experiments, and execution of those around you - how can one survive this and remain the same? In many ways the holocaust has drastically affected those who survived, and in Holding on to Humanity Shamai  続きを読む
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ジャンル/形式: Case studies
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すべての著者/寄与者: Shamai Davidson; Israel W Charny; Institute on the Holocaust and Genocide (Jerusalem)
ISBN: 0814714811 9780814714812
OCLC No.: 25832968
メモ: "A publication of the Institute on the Holocaust and Genocide, Jerusalem."
物理形態: xxvii, 243 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
責任者: Shamai Davidson ; edited by Israel W. Charny with the editorial assistance of Daphna Fromer ; foreword by Robert Jay Lifton ; biographical note by Micha Neumann.

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"The effects of the Holocaust on those who survived it are immeasurable. How can one experience the trauma of the concentration camps - being reduced to a helpless witness of the brutality of torture, medical experiments, and execution of those around you - how can one survive this and remain the same? In many ways the holocaust has drastically affected those who survived, and in Holding on to Humanity Shamai Davidson explores the complex results of this dehumanizing experience." "As a psychiatrist and psychoanalyst practicing in Israel, Davidson spent thirty years working with this special group, trying to understand the nature of their experience. Uniquely skillful in evoking from survivors their most silenced stories, Davidson concentrated on giving them voice and recorded memory. Davidson worked on this book for many years - since 1972 it was a dream of his to write an authoritative work on the life experiences of the Holocaust survivors and their families - but unfortunately Davidson died in 1986 at the age of fifty nine. This book is the result of extensive effort by Israel W. Charny to complete the project at the request of Davidson's widow, Jenny Davidson."--BOOK JACKET.

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