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Holocaust Testimonies: The Ruins of Memory
Deep memory - the buired self anguished memory - the divided self humiliated memory - the besiged self tained memory - the impromptu self unheroic memory - the dimished self.
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The Holocaust and the Literary Imagination
"The immense service that Langer's careful, thoughtful, immensely intelligent and restrained study renders is that the esthetics of atrocity cease to be an exclusive domain of the victims. Many ofExpand
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The alarmed vision: social suffering and Holocaust atrocity.
Until we find a way of toppling the barrier that sequesters mass suffering in other regions of the world from the comfort and safety we enjoy far from its ravages, little will be done to rouse theExpand
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Admitting the Holocaust: Collected Essays
In the face of the Holocaust, writes Lawrence L. Langer, our age clings to the stable relics of faded eras, as if ideas like natural innocence, innate dignity, the inviolable spirit, and the triumphExpand
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Zion's response to the Holocaust
The Age of Atrocity: Death in Modern Literature
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