By: DANIEL R. SCHWARZ, DANIEL R. SCHWARTZ
St Martins Pr: 1999-10-01
Seller ID: 20070917122791
Noting that as the historical period recedes in time, it will be imaginative literature that keep it alive, Schwarz (English, Cornell U.) examines widely read Holocaust narratives that have shaped how people understand and respond to the events. He looks at first-person narratives, searingly realistic fictions, and Kafkaesque parables, showing how diverse audiences respond differently to the texts. View More...