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Holocaust poetry

Author: Hilda Schiff
Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Press, 1995.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 1st U.S. edView all editions and formats
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The works of poets from Europe, Israel and America. In History and Reality, Stephen Spender writes: "She felt a kind of envy for / Those who stood naked in their truth: / Where to be of her people was / To be one of those millions killed."
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Genre/Form: Poetry
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Hilda Schiff
ISBN: 0312130864 9780312130862 0312143575 9780312143572
OCLC Number: 32014935
Description: xxiv, 5-234 p. ; 22 cm.
Contents: Alienation Heritage / Hayim Gouri --
Europe, late / Dan Pagis --
Shoemaker's wife / Lotte Kramer --
Burning of the books / Bertolt Brecht --
First they came for the Jews / Pastor Niemoller / Footnote extended / Dannie Abse --
Refugee blues / W. H. Auden --
How can I see you, Love / David Vogel Persecution 1940 / Bertolt Brecht --
Red Cross Telegram / Lotte Kramer --
German frontier at Basel / Hilda Schiff --
He was lucky / Anna Swirszczynska --
I saw my father drowning / David Vogel --
There is a last, solitary coach / David Vogel --
Clouded sky / Miklos Radnoti --
Butterfly / Pavel Friedmann --
Elegy / Antoni Slonimski --
Carload of shoes / Abraham Sutzkever --
How? / Abraham Sutzkever --
How they killed my grandmother / Boris Slutsky --
(From ) Holocaust / Cahrles Reznikoff --
Assumption of Miriam / Jerzy Ficowski --
Destruction (i) Death fugue / Paul Celan --
O the chimneys / Nelly Sachs --
Never shall I forget / Elie Wiesel --
Testimony / Dan Pagis --
Roll call / Dan Pagis --
Be seeing you / Vasko Popa --
Forced march / Miklos Radnoti --
Postcards / Miklos Radnoti --
Harback 1944 / Janos Pilinszky --
Passion of Ravensbruck / Janos Pilinszky --
On the wall of KZ-Lager / Janos Pilinszky --
Fable, detail from his KZ-Oratorio: Dark Heaven / Janos Pilinszky --
Roads / Peter Huchel --
Poem of death / George Macbeth --
Night over Birkenau / Tadeusz Borowski --
Treblinka / Michael Hamburger --
Shipment to Maidanek / Ephraim Fogel --
Remebering Dresden / Van K. Brock (ii) Passover: the injections / William Heyen --
Girl of six from the Ghetto / Jerzy Ficowski --
5.8.1942, In Memory of Janusz Korczak / Jerzy Ficowski --
(from) Holocaust / Charles Reznikoff --
Dead child speaks / Nelly Sachs --
Already embraced by the Arm of Heavenly Solace / Nelly Sachs --
O the night of the weeping children! / Nelly Sachs --
Massacre of the boys / Tadeusz Rozewicz --
Pigtail / Tadeusz Rozewicz --
In the camp there was one alive / Randall Jarrell --
Magda Goebbels / W. D. Snodgrass --
(iii) Burnt / Boris Slutsky --
Innocence / Thom Gunn --
(from) Holocaust / Charled Reznikoff --
Rescuers, bystanders, perpetrators Both your mothers / Jerzy Ficowski --
1980 / Abraham Sutzkever --
I did not manage to save / Jerzy Ficowski --
Poor Christian looks at the Ghetto / Czeslaw Milosz --
History and reality / Stephen Spender --
Babii Yar / Yevgeny Yevtushenko --
Ovid in the Third Reich / Geoffrey Hill --
September song / Geoffrey Hill --
Camp in the Prussian Forest / Randall Jarrell --
'More light, more light' / Anthony Hecht --
Between the lines / Michael Hamburger --
German Requiem / James Fenton --
Afterwords Archive film material / Ruth Fainlight --
Far, far a city lies (from 'My little sister') / Abba Kovner --
Auschwitz, 1987 / Adam Zych --
Memento / Stephen Spender --
Leave us / Tadeusz Rozewicz --
Reveille / Primo Levi --
Survivor / Primo Levi --
Sun of Auschwitz / Tadeusz Borowski --
Farewell to Maria / Tadeusz Borowski --
Execution of memory / Jerzy Ficowski --
My mother's friend / Lily Brett --
La Pathetique / Lily Brett --
I, the survivor / Bertolt Brecht --
Return / Tadeusz Rozewicz --
Second Generation Almost a love poem / Yehuda Amichai --
Draft of a Reparations Agreement / Dan Pagis --
I was not there / Karen Gershon --
When it happened / Hilda Schiff --
I keep forgetting / Lily Brett --
Leaving you / Lily Brett --
Holocaust 1944 / Anne Ranasinghe --
Book of Yolek / Anthony Hecht --
Daddy / Sylvia Plath --
Against parting / Natan Zach --
Lessons Annotations of Auschwitz / Peter Porter --
If / Edward Bond --
How we see / Edward Bond --
Survivor / Tadeusz Rozewicz --
In the midst of life / Tadeusz Rozewicz --
Race / Karen Gershon --
Synagogue in Prague / Alan Sillitoe --
During the Eichmann trial / Denise Levertov --
Posthumous Rehabilitation / Tadeusz Rozewicz --
May, 1945 / Peter Porter --
War has been given a bad name / Bertolt Brecht --
Portrait of a house detective / Hans Magnus Enzenberger --
Riddle / william Heyen --
Annus Mirabilis 1989 / Elaine Feinstein God (i) Smoke rose / Itamar Yaoz-Krest --
Written in pencil / Dan Pagis --
Zurich, the Stork Inn / Paul Celan --
Who am I? / Dietrich Bonhoeffer --
I believe / Anonymous --
What luck / Tadeusz Rozewicz --
(ii) Without Jews / Jacob Glatstein --
Experiments with God / Karen Gershon --
Jugs / Paul Celan --
Psalm / Paul Celan --
After Auschwitz / Anne Sexton --
Discovery / Hilda Schiff --
Ani Maamin / Elie Wiesel --
Shema / Primo Levi.
Responsibility: compiled and introduced by Hilda Schiff.
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The works of poets from Europe, Israel and America. In History and Reality, Stephen Spender writes: "She felt a kind of envy for / Those who stood naked in their truth: / Where to be of her people was / To be one of those millions killed."

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