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Writing in witness : a Holocaust reader

Author: Eric J Sundquist
Publisher: New York : State University of New York Press, [2018] ©2018
Series: SUNY series in contemporary Jewish literature and culture.
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Genre/Form: Anecdotes
Diaries
Personal narratives
Electronic books
Material Type: Biography, Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Eric J Sundquist
ISBN: 9781438470337 1438470339
OCLC Number: 1041938043
Description: 1 online resource (xxx, 470 pages)
Contents: Intro; Contents; Acknowledgments; Introduction; A Note on Sources and the Text; Prisoners: A Prologue; Victor Klemperer, The Yellow Star; Jean Améry, Torture; Anonymous Warsaw Man, A Warsaw Jew Writes to His Gentile Friend; Yehoshua Moshe Aaronson, The Scroll of the House of Bondage; Hilda Dajc, Letters from a Concentration Camp in Serbia; Odd Nansen, A Decent Man; Yitzhak Katzenelson, Vittel Prison Diary; Ella Lingens-Reiner, Prisoners of Fear; Abraham Levite, For an Auschwitz Anthology; In the Ghetto; Yankev Glatshteyn (Jacob Glatstein), Good Night, World Samuel Golfard, "One must write with blood"Avraham Tory, Kovno Diary-Roundup and Murders at the Ninth Fort; Herman Kruk, Vilna Diary-Eyewitness to Murder at Ponary; Abraham Sutzkever, Three Poems from the Vilna Ghetto; Oskar Rosenfeld, Starvation in the Ghetto; Simkhe Bunem Shayevitsh, Lekh-Lekho; Anonymous Lódz Boy, "To ease my bitter heart"; Emanuel Ringelblum, "Why is the world silent?"; Chaim A. Kaplan, Scroll of Agony; Gusta Davidson Draenger, Resistance in Kraków; The Final Solution; Lidia Maximovna Slipchenko, Mass Murder in Odessa; Piotr Rawicz, Blood from the Sky Hermann Friedrich Graebe, Massacre, Resistance, and RescuePhilip Mechanicus, "Inside the belly of the venomous snake": Transports from Westerbork; Alexander Donat, "Hell has no bottom": Majdanek; Kurt Gerstein, Witness at Belzec; Seweryna Szmaglewska, Slave Labor and Death in Birkenau; Primo Levi, "The saved and the drowned": The Prominents and the Muselmänner; Abraham Krzepicki, Transport to Treblinka; Rachel Auerbach, The Road to Heaven; Oskar Strawczynski, The Treblinka Orchestra; Paul Celan, Death Fugue; The Gray Zone; Chaim Rumkowski, "Give me your children" Josef Zelkowicz, "The heart of a slaughterer": The Jewish Police at WorkCalel Perechodnik, Am I a Murderer?; Sara Nomberg-Przytyk, The Block of Death; Gisella Perl, Childbirth in Auschwitz-Birkenau; Szlama Winer, Inside the Chelmno Death Camp; Zalmen Gradowski, "In the deep sea of corpses": The Czech Transport; Holy Days; Shimon Huberband, Kiddush Hashem; David Kahane, "How shall we sing the Lord's song?"; Kalonymus Kalmish Shapira, "Love God with all your heart": The Lesson of Rabbi Akiva; Zelig Kalmanovitch, "What is a Jew and who is a Jew?" Etty Hillesum, "The thinking heart of a whole concentration camp"Anonymous Warsaw Poet, And I Will Impart My Revenge upon Edom; Abel J. Herzberg, Jewish Faith, Jewish Unity; Survivors; Hanna Lévy-Hass, Last Days of Bergen-Belsen; Robert Antelme, Death March through Germany; Jorge Semprún, "But can the story be told?"; Charlotte Delbo, The Stream; Yekhiel Kirshnbaum, The City without Jews; Elie Wiesel, Why I Write; Ruth Klüger, Still Alive; Aharon Appelfeld, The Awakening; Notes; Selected Bibliography; Index
Series Title: SUNY series in contemporary Jewish literature and culture.
Responsibility: editor, Eric J. Sundquist.

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