Admitting the Holocaust: Collected Essays
Lawrence L. Langer (Author)
DescriptionThis series of penetrating often gripping essays covers a wide range of issues, from the Holocaust's relation to time and memory and its portrayal in literature to its use and abuse by culture and its role in rehaping our sense of history's legacy. "Indispensable. . . . Clear, persuasive, and compelling."--Detroit Free Press.
Oxford University Press, USA
June 20, 1996
5.52 X 0.58 X 8.44 inches | 0.67 pounds
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About the Author
Lawrence L. Langer is Professor of English at Simmons College in Boston. The winner of a National Book Critics Circle Award for Holocaust Testimonies, he has also written Versions of Survival, The Age of Atrocity, and The Holocaust and the Literary Imagination.