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Oskar Schindler and his list : the man, the book, the film, the Holocaust and its survivors

Auteur : Thomas Fensch
Éditeur : Forest Dale, Vt. : Paul S. Eriksson, ©1995.
Édition/format :   Livre : Biographie : AnglaisVoir toutes les éditions et les formats
Base de données :WorldCat
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Thirty years before Thomas Keneally wrote the book Schindler's List, journalist Herbert Steinhouse interviewed Oskar Schindler. That 1949 account, plus a recent interview with Steinhouse, opens this collection of essays, articles, and interviews, which illuminate Schindler and the international effect of his story. Of the recent writing about Oskar Schindler, this is the only book to incorporate Schindler's life,  Lire la suite...
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Genre/forme : Biography
Biographies
Format – détails additionnels : Online version:
Oskar Schindler and his list.
Forest Dale, Vt. : Paul S. Eriksson, c1995
(OCoLC)632424360
Personne nommée : Oskar Schindler; Oskar Schindler; Steven Spielberg; Thomas Keneally; Oskar Schindler; Thomas Keneally; Steven Spielberg; Oskar Schindler; Thomas Keneally; Oskar Schindler; Steven Spielberg
Type d’ouvrage : Biographie
Format : Livre
Tous les auteurs / collaborateurs : Thomas Fensch
ISBN : 0839764723 9780839764724
Numéro OCLC : 32346222
Description : xvii, 270 p. : ill. 24 cm.
Contenu : The journalist who knew Oskar Schindler : an interview with Herbert Steinhouse / Thomas Fensch --
The man who saved a thousand lives / Herbert Steinhouse --
Making novels of life's ethical dilemmas / Pedro E. Ponce --
Keneally's luck / Fritz Lanham --
"Schindler's" author gives film a standing ovation / Valerie Takahama --
Spielberg's "List" : director rediscovers his Jewishness while filming Nazi story / Edward Guthmann --
Spielberg's obsession / David Ansen --
Making history: how Steven Spielberg brought "Schindler's list" to life / Anne Thompson --
Witness / Simon Louvish --
"A man of transactions" / Terrence Rafferty --
Presenting enamelware / David Thomson --
"Schindler's list" finds heroism amidst Holocaust / Karen Erbach --
Spielberg strikes a blow for black-and-white films / Susan Wloszczyna --
Spielberg revisited / Stanley Kauffmann --
Close encounters of the Nazi kind / Leon Wieseltier --
"Schindler's list" / Thomas Doherty --
Liam Neeson puts the kettle on / Stephanie Mansfield --
Fiennes sits on the brink of major stardom / Lisa Anderson --
Actors look back at moments with Steven Spielberg / Karen Thomas --
Seriously Spielberg / Stephen Schiff --
Holocaust drama is a Spielberg triumph / James Verniere --
Spielberg's "List": a commanding Holocaust film / John Hartl --
Spielberg tells a powerful Holocaust tale / Louis B. Parks --
The paradox of a candle / Scott Rosenberg --
"Schindler's list" follows a man's trek to heroism : Spielberg masters subtlety in film / Roger Ebert --
Spielberg triumphs with his forceful epic of the Holocaust's unlikely hero / Susan Stark --
Extras in the shadows / Frank Rich --
Spielberg finds a new light in the darkness / Michael H. Price --
Redemption amid tragedy / Frank Gabrenya --
After the survivors / Jonathan Alter --
The uniqueness of the Holocaust / Liz McMillen --
Poll on doubt of Holocaust is corrected / Michael R. Kagay --
Denying the Holocaust / Laura Shapiro --
Nazis a dead issue? In Argentina, no / Nathaniel C. Nash --
German "Schindler's list" debut launches debate, soul-searching --
Good Germans : honoring the heroes and hiding the Holocaust / Diana Jean Schemo --
Nazi hunter raves about "Schindler's list" --
"Schindler's list" and the politics of remembrance / Richard Wolin --
"Schindler" reaction : thinking, a few snickers / Jeffrey A. Roberts --
Emphasis on Holocaust film fighting racism criticized / Iver Peterson --
Bracher's letter / Carol Rust --
Two on Schindler's list recall horror / Jeremy Simon --
Japan's Schindler / Teresa Watanabe --
The real Schindler / Mark Miller --
Spielberg's hero died alone and forgotten / Rachel Fixsen.
Responsabilité : edited by Thomas Fensch ; with an introduction by Herbert Steinhouse.

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Thirty years before Thomas Keneally wrote the book Schindler's List, journalist Herbert Steinhouse interviewed Oskar Schindler. That 1949 account, plus a recent interview with Steinhouse, opens this collection of essays, articles, and interviews, which illuminate Schindler and the international effect of his story. Of the recent writing about Oskar Schindler, this is the only book to incorporate Schindler's life, Keneally's book, and the Academy Award-winning film inspired by Schindler's heroism. Thomas Fensch pieces together articles and interviews to show how Keneally came to write Schindler's List; how Steven Spielberg brought this extraordinary story to life on film; and how uncovering Schindler's valiant rescue of so many Jewish lives has dramatically altered Holocaust awareness in our time.

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