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Author:
Zohar Shavit
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978-0415969246
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0415969247
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Routledge; 1st edition (January 11, 2005)
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Here Zohar Shavit explores 345 German books for children describing the Third Reich A Past Without Shadow examines .

Here Zohar Shavit explores 345 German books for children describing the Third Reich A Past Without Shadow examines 50 years of German children's books in which the darkest horrors of the Third Reich have routinely remained hidden.

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A Past Without Shadow examines 50 years of German children's books in which the darkest horrors of the Third .

A Past Without Shadow examines 50 years of German children's books in which the darkest horrors of the Third Reich have routinely remained hidden.

Winfred Kaminski, "Shavit Zohar: A Past without Shadow". Beiträge Jugendliteratur und Medie, 3, 2006, 220-221.

Since the mid-1980s, Shavit has worked on the emergence of a new system of books for Jewish children in the German speaking areas since the last decades of the 18th century. Winfred Kaminski, "Shavit Zohar: A Past without Shadow". Hamida Bosmajian, "Ever-Present Shadows of the Past". Children's Literature, 34, 2006, 231-238.

A Past Without Shadow examines 50 years of German children's books .

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Zohar Shavit-A Past Without Shadow (Children's Literature and Culture) (2005). than 80 books for children since 1995. summer reading lists from siwanoy teachers. He teaches watercolor at the International School of Illustration in Sarmede and was awarded the Andersen Prize for best Italian illustrator in 2003. ww. hecreativecompany.

A Past Without Shadow examines 50 years of German children's books in which . Her many books include Poetics of Children's Literature and several books in German on the History of Books for Jewish Children in the German-speaking world.

Writers for children, explains Zohar Shavit, are constrained to respond to these multiple systems of often mutually .

Writers for children, explains Zohar Shavit, are constrained to respond to these multiple systems of often mutually contradictory demands. Most writers do not try to bypass these constraints, but accept them as a framework for their work. In the most extreme cases an author may ignore one segment of the readership. If the adult reader is ignored, the writer risks rejection, as is the case of popular literature. Throughout her study Shavit, explores not only how society has shaped children's literature, but also how society has been reflected in the literary works it produces for its children.

A Past Without Shadow examines 50 years of German children's books in which the darkest horrors of the Third Reich have routinely remained hidden. The horrors of the Third Reich are systematically screened and filtered, allowing the darker, bleaker parts of history to escape illumination. Here Zohar Shavit explores 345 German books for children describing the Third Reich and the Holocaust, and finds a shocking distortion of the past: a recurrent narrative which suggests that the Germans themselves had no hand in the suffering inflicted on the Jews. These books, Shavit argues, have created the false historical lesson that the real victims of Hitler's crimes were the German people themselves. First published to great acclaim in Hebrew and now available in English, this book is a wake-up call for anyone concerned about German children's literature and its responsibility to past and future.