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The Palgrave handbook of Holocaust literature and culture

Author: Victoria Aarons; Phyllis Lassner
Publisher: Basingstoke : Palgrave Macmillan, 2021.
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The Palgrave Handbook of Holocaust Literature and Culture reflects current approaches to Holocaust literature that open up future thinking on Holocaust representation.

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Victoria Aarons; Phyllis Lassner
ISBN: 9783030334307 3030334309
OCLC Number: 1233305358
Description: 1 volume : illustrations (black and white, and colour) ; 24 cm
Contents: CONTENTS 1 Introduction: Approaching the Holocaust in the 21st CenturyVictoria Aarons and Phyllis Lassner Part I Memoir2 Elie Wiesel's Quarrel with GodAlan L. Berger3 Primo Levi's Last Lesson: A Reading of The Drowned and the Saved Anthony C. Wexler 4 What We Learn, At Last: Recounting Sexuality in Women's Deferred Autobiographies and Testimonies Sara R. Horowitz Part II Fiction5 Ghetto in Flames: The Warsaw Ghetto Uprising in Early Postwar Jewish Fiction Avinoam Patt 6 The Nazi Beast at the Warsaw Zoo: Animal Studies, the Holocaust, The Zookeeper's Wife, and See Under: LoveNaomi Sokoloff 7 When Facts Become Figures: Figurative Dynamics in Youth Holocaust LiteratureJoanna Krongold8 Jewish Boys on the Run: The Revision of Boyhood in Holocaust Fiction and Film Phyllis Lassner 9 "I sometimes thought I was listening to myself": Identity-Deliberation after the Holocaust in Chaim Grade's "My Quarrel with Hersh Rasseyner" Megan V. Reynolds10 "The Relatedness of the Unrelatable": The Holocaust as Trope in Caryl Phillips's The Nature of Blood Paule Levy 11 The Holocaust in Works by Two Yiddish Writers in Argentina: Simja Sneh and Israel Aszendorf Alan Astro12 Edgar Hilsenrath's Novels: Der Nazi & der Friseur and Berlin... Endstation Till Kinzel 13 Transit and Transfer: Between Germany and Israel in the Granddaughters' Generation Ashley Passmore14 Holocaust Memories and Polish Catholic Identity: Cultural Transmutations of Warsaw Ghetto UprisingRachel F. Brenner 15 Post-Soviet Migrant Memory of the HolocaustKarolina Krasuska 16 Vasily Grossman and Anatoly Rybakov: Soviet Sources of Historical Memory of the Holocaust Alexis Pogorelskin17 Refractions of Holocaust Memory in Stanislaw Lem's Science FictionRichard Middleton-Kaplan Part III Poetry18 Poetry of Witness and Poetry of Commentary: Responses to the Holocaust in Russian VerseMarat Grinberg 19 "At Last to a Condition of Dignity": Anthony Hecht's Holocaust PoetryDavid Caplan20 Wound Marks in the Air and the Shadows Within: A Poetic Examination of Dan Pagis, Paul Celan, and Nelly SachsShellie McCullough21 The Dark Side of Holocaust Era Poetry: Nazi Poetry Promoting Antisemitism and GenocideCary Nelson Part IV Film and Drama 22 Holocaust Drama Imagined and Re-Imagined: The Case of Charlotte Delbo's Who Will Carry the Word?Holli Levitsky 23 Wresting Memory as We Wrestle with Holocaust Representation: Reading Laszlo Neme's Son of SaulGila Safran Naveh 24 Troubled Aesthetics: Jewish Bodies in Post-Holocaust FilmJessica Lang 25 Screen Memories: Trauma, Repetition, and Survival in Sidney Lumet's The PawnbrokerSandor Goodhart 26 Haunted Dreams: The Legacy of the Holocaust in And Europe Will Be StunnedMelissa Weininger Part V Graphic Culture 27 "Master Race": Graphic Storytelling in the Aftermath of the HolocaustVictoria Aarons28 The Challenges of Translating Art Spiegelman's MausMartin Urdiales-Shaw 29 We Are a Long Way Past Maus: Responsible and Irresponsible Holocaust Representations in Graphic Comics and Sitcom CartoonsJeffrey Scott Demsky30 Claustrophobic in the Gaps of Others: Affective Investments from the Queer Margins Golan Moskowitz31 Recrafting the Past: Graphic Novels, the Third Generation and Twenty-First Century Representations of the HolocaustClaire Gorrara 32 X-Men at Auschwitz? Superheroes, Nazis, and the Holocaust Edward B. Westermann33 An Iconic Image through the Lens of Ka-tzetnik: The Murder of the Mother and the Essence of AuschwitzDavid Patterson34 Photographing Survival: Survivor Photographs of, and at, AuschwitzTim Cole Part VI Historical & Cultural Narratives35 A Reconsideration of Sexual Violence in German Colonial and Nazi Ideology and its Representation in Holocaust TextsElizabeth R. Baer 36 The Place of Holocaust Survivor Videotestimony: Navigating the Landmarks of First-Person Audio-Visual RepresentationOren Baruch Stier37 Beckett's HolocaustIra Nadel 38 The Auschwitz Women's Camp: An Overview and ReconsiderationSarah Cushman 39 Aryan Feminity: Identity in the Third ReichWendy Adele-Marie 40 Reconsidering Jewish Rage after the HolocaustMargarete Myers Feinstein 41 Impossible Holocaust Metaphors: Shoes, Matter, MemorySharon B. Oster42 From Holocaust Studies to Trauma Studies and Back AgainHilene FlanzbaumContributors' NotesIndex
Other Titles: Handbook of Holocaust literature and culture
Holocaust literature and culture
Responsibility: edited by Victoria Aarons, Phyllis Lassner.

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