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The Holocaust : theoretical readings

Author: Neil Levi; Michael Rothberg
Publisher: Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press, ©2003.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This anthology addresses the relationship between the events of the Nazi genocide and the intellectual concerns of contemporary literary and cultural theory in one volume. It collects together both classic and new theoretical writings.
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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
[Études diverses]
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Neil Levi; Michael Rothberg
ISBN: 0748616543 9780748616541 0748616551 9780748616558 9780813533520 9780813533537 081353352X 0813533538
OCLC Number: 51527980
Description: xx, 485 pages ; 25 cm
Contents: Pt. 1: Theory and experience --
Pt. 2: Historicizing the holocaust? --
Pt. 3: Nazi culture, fascism, and antisemitism --
Pt. 4: Race, gender, and genocide --
Pt. 5: Psychoanalysis, trauma, and memory --
Pt. 6: Questions of relifion, ethics, and justice --
Pt. 7: Literature and culture after Auschwitz --
Pt. 8: Modes of narration --
Pt. 9: Rethinking visual culture --
Pt. 10: Latecomers: negative symbiosis, postmemory, and countermemory --
Part 11: Uniqueness, comparison, and the politics of memory.
Responsibility: edited by Neil Levi and Michael Rothberg.

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A highly intelligent collection of writings ! While some of the pieces have already been published elsewhere their juxtaposition [!] gives them renewed power and provocativeness. This anthology is a Read more...

 
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