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Holocaust literature : Schulz, Levi, Spiegelman and the memory of the offence

Author: Gillian Banner
Publisher: London ; Portland, Or. : Vallentine Mitchell, 2000.
Series: Parkes-Wiener series on Jewish studies.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Banner, Gillian, 1956-
Holocaust literature.
London ; Portland, Or. : Vallentine Mitchell, 2000
(OCoLC)607467208
Online version:
Banner, Gillian, 1956-
Holocaust literature.
London ; Portland, Or. : Vallentine Mitchell, 2000
(OCoLC)607787507
Named Person: Bruno Schulz; Primo Levi; Art Spiegelman; Primo Levi; Art Spiegelman; Bruno Schulz; Primo Levi; Art Spiegelman; Primo Levi; Bruno Schulz; Art Spiegelman; Primo Levi; Bruno Schulz, Künstler.; Art Spiegelman; Primo Levi; Bruno Schulz; Art Spiegelman
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Gillian Banner
ISBN: 0853033641 9780853033646 0853033714 9780853033714
OCLC Number: 42002647
Description: xi, 206 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
Contents: Foreword / Colin Richmond --
Schulz, Levi, Spiegelman: why these three? --
Modes, and especially the question of fiction --
Terminology --
Memory's Attributes --
The compulsion to remember --
Survivors' memories: happy ending or moral vacuum? --
Memory as preparation --
Bruno Schulz --
Schulz and the Holocaust: inklings of catastrophe? --
Narrative and Contingency --
'August' --
'Visitation' --
'Pan' --
'Cinnamon Shops' --
'The Street of Crocodiles' --
Primo Levi --
Levi and memory --
Ricordati: 'carried in the heart' --
Memory and If This is a Man --
'On the Bottom' --
'Chemical Examination' --
'The Canto of Ulysses' --
Memory and The Mirror Maker --
Memory and The Drowned and the Saved --
Memory at last --
Ricordati: 'carried in the heart'. Or carved in the heart? --
Art Spiegelman --
'Reality is too complex for comics' --
'No one wants anyway to hear such stories' --
'More I don't need to tell you' --
Conclusion: Remembering in Future.
Series Title: Parkes-Wiener series on Jewish studies.
Responsibility: Gillian Banner.
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