"Hilene Flanzbaum accepts with a refreshing lack of dogma the notion that 'the imprint of a multicultural but predominantly Gentile America' will inevitably flatten -- but also broaden -- American Holocaust consciousness." -- Salon
"Delineates very well how much the perception of Holocaust survivors (and their descendants) and of Holocaust literature (in the broadest sense) have changed over the last forty years." -- Marion Spies, Religion and the Arts
About the Author
Hilene Flanzbaum is an associate professor of English at Butler University in Indianapolis, Indiana, and an editor of Jewish-American Literature: A Norton Anthology.