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Author:
Alan L. Berger
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978-0773496446
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Edwin Mellen Pr (October 1, 1991)
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Bearing Witness to the Holocaust, 1939-1989 (SYMPOSIUM SERIES). ISBN 9780773496446 (978-0-7734-9644-6) Hardcover, Edwin Mellen Pr, 1991.

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Bearing witness to the Holocaust, 1939-1989 Close. Are you sure you want to remove Bearing witness to the Holocaust, 1939-1989 from your list? Bearing witness to the Holocaust, 1939-1989. Published 1991 by E. Mellen Press in Lewiston, . Includes bibliographical references. Symposium series ;, v. Classifications.

Bearing witness to the Holocaust, 1939–1989. Berger, . & Berger, N. (Ed. Second generation voices: Reflections by children of Holocaust survivors and perpetrators. Lewiston: E. Mellen Press. Syracuse: Syracuse University Press.

A series of survivor testimonies and philosophical responses to the Holocaust, testifying to the tenacity and self-renewal of the human spirit. Library descriptions.

Although he was born after the Holocaust, the Holocaust memories of his father were so suffocatingly real that . Alan Berger shows an excellent, comprehensive knowledge of American literary work on the subject as well as the mainstream major critical analysis of the material.

Although he was born after the Holocaust, the Holocaust memories of his father were so suffocatingly real that Spiegelman's art became a safety valve and a means for the son to survive. The heavy psychological burden of the Holocaust figures in all the works of the artists examined here. Yaffa Eliach, author/creator of the Tower of Life at the . Holocaust Memorial Museum. It is an original approach to a topic which has not been sufficiently explored until now. ― Elie Wiesel.

Bearing witness to the Holocaust, 1939-1989. Lewiston : E. Mellen Press, 1991. Book - xi, 355 p. Summary. source: Nielsen Book Data). Google Books (Full view).

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A series of survivor testimonies and philosophical responses to the Holocaust, testifying to the tenacity and self-renewal of the human spirit. These essays are from the 1989 Scholar's Conference on the Holocaust and the Churches.