Five Chimneys

Author: Olga Lengyel

Publisher: Chicago Review Press

ISBN: 0897333764

Category: History

Page: 232

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Olga Lengyel tells, frankly and without compromise, one of the most horrifying stories of all time. This true, documented chronicle is the intimate, day-to-day record of a beautiful woman who survived the nightmare of Auschwitz and Birchenau. This book is a necessary reminder of one of the ugliest chapters in the history of human civilization. It was a shocking experience. It is a shocking book.

Five-chimney Farm

Author: Mary Anne M. Marks

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category:

Page: N.A

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Textual Deceptions

Author: Sue Vice

Publisher: Edinburgh University Press

ISBN: 0748675566

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 224

View: 8542


This title considers a wide range of 20th and 21st century literary works that feature literary deceptions and false memories and in which the relationship between text and author is not what it seems. By exploring a variety of examples of false or embellished memoirs, purportedly autobiographical novels that are in fact thoroughly fictional, as well as bogus authorial personae, it discusses whether it is possible to judge veracity by means of textual clues alone. It also argues that literary deceptions and false memoirs have particular cultural value and significance.

Encyclopedia of Holocaust Literature

Author: Ackerman Center for Holocaust Studies University of Texas at Dallas David Patterson,David Patterson,Alan L. Berger,Sarita Cargas

Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group

ISBN: 9781573562577

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 263

View: 528


Whether it's a novel, memoir, diary, poem, or drama, a common thread runs through the literature of the Nazi Holocaust--a "motif of personal testimony to the dearness of humanity." With that perspective the expert authors of Encyclopedia of Holocaust Literature undertake profiling 128 of the most influential first generation authors who either survived, perished, or were closely connected to the Holocaust. Arranged alphabetically by author, the entries are organized into three primary divisions: (1) an opening section on why the author's work is significant or distinctive; (2) a section containing biographical information, followed by (3) a critical examination of the highlights of the author's work. The Encyclopedia is intended for all students and teachers of the Holocaust, regardless of their levels of learning.

The Female Face of God in Auschwitz

Author: Melissa Raphael,Senior Lecturer in Religious Studies Cheltenham Melissa Raphael

Publisher: Psychology Press

ISBN: 9780415236645

Category: History

Page: 248

View: 6584


The first full-length feminist dialogue with Holocaust theory, theology and social history. Considers women's reactions to the holy in the camps at Auschwitz.

The "Jew" in Cinema

Author: Omer Bartov,Visiting Raoul Wallenberg Professor Omer Bartov

Publisher: Indiana University Press

ISBN: 9780253345028

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 374

View: 6372


Explores cinematic representations of the "Jew" from film's early days to the present.

When Men Revolt and Why

Author: James Chowning Davies

Publisher: Transaction Publishers

ISBN: 9781412841405

Category: Political Science

Page: 357

View: 9482


The environment within which humans interact has changed dramatically since the Industrial Revolution. However, their expectations stem from the same hopes and dreams people have had from the beginning of humankind. When Men Revolt and Why encourages readers to look closer and more deeply into the relationships between humans and the institutions that have originated to help them realize their full potential. The contributors not only examine people, but also the need to change institutions that have outworn their usefulness. When institutions inhibit rather than facilitate everyone's desire to live a full life, the result is likely to be violence. This book offers the ideas of many people who have tried to dig deeper into basic causes of violence. Included in this volume are selections by Aristotle, Tocqueville./Marx and Engels, and Brinton. The ideas they espoused still hold vitality. In his new introduction, James Davies talks about the circumstances under which this book was originally published. In Vietnam, a people were fighting for their autonomy. In the United States, many Americans were protesting against American involvement in the Vietnam War. Blacks were marching for their civil rights. Women were fighting for equality. Time has tempered these conflicts. Davies maintains that we remain ignorant of the elemental forces that impel people and nations to resort to violence. We are usually surprised by their anger and shocked by their violence. Davies asserts that we need to learn more about how humans respond to change so as to prepare ourselves for such responses to change. When Men Revolt and Why is as timely as ever as we deal with uncertainty in various areas of the world— the former Yugoslavia, the Middle East, and Ireland, among others. It is especially pertinent for political scientists, historians, and sociologists.

Tubular Structures XIV

Author: Leroy Gardner

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 020307310X

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 798

View: 2004


Tubular Structures XIV contains the latest scientific and engineering developments in the field of tubular steel structures, as presented at the 14th International Symposium on Tubular Structures (ISTS14, Imperial College London, UK, 12-14 September 2012). The International Symposium on Tubular Structures (ISTS) has a long-standing reputation for b

Genocide and Gender in the Twentieth Century

Author: Amy E. Randall

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 1472509803

Category: History

Page: 336

View: 7344


CHOICE Outstanding Academic Title 2016 Genocide and Gender in the Twentieth Century brings together a collection of some of the finest Genocide Studies scholars in North America and Europe to examine gendered discourses, practices and experiences of ethnic cleansing and genocide in the 20th century. It includes essays focusing on the genocide in Rwanda, the Armenian genocide in the Ottoman Empire, the Holocaust and ethnic cleansing and genocide in the former Yugoslavia. The book looks at how historically- and culturally-specific ideas about reproduction, biology, and ethnic, national, racial and religious identity contributed to the possibility for and the unfolding of genocidal sexual violence, including mass rape. The book also considers how these ideas, in conjunction with discourses of femininity and masculinity, and understandings of female and male identities, contributed to perpetrators' tools and strategies for ethnic cleansing and genocide, as well as victims' experiences of these processes. This is an ideal text for any student looking to further understand the crucial topic of gender in genocide studies.