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Writing the Holocaust: Identity, Testimony, Representation (Oxford Historical Monographs) Hardcover – January 18, 2007

ISBN-13: 978-0199206384 ISBN-10: 0199206384

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Writing the Holocaust represents an important contribution to the field of Holocaust studies. Andrea Reiter, Mortality ...thought-provoking and an inspiration for further work in this area in the future. Journal of Jewish Studies a wonderful introduction to Holocaust literature, especially early Holocaust literature; and it is an informed and intelligent discussion, for even the most advanced students of the Holocaust, of the role of literature in shaping our understanding of the Shoah, and understanding the lives and destinies of those victims who did and did not survive (survivors were also victims). Michael Berenbaum, Journal of Genocide Research

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Zoë Waxman gained a D.Phil. from Oxford University in 2001. She is a Fellow in Holocaust Studies, a member of the Department of History at Royal Holloway, University of London, and the author of a number of articles on the Holocaust.

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