The Holocaust in Literature Research Paper by hicaliber

The Holocaust in Literature
This paper discusses the importance of literature written by victims and survivors of the Holocaust.
# 93815 | 1,280 words | 4 sources | MLA | 2007 | US

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This paper provides a brief glimpse of Holocaust literature by reviewing a few selected examples of diaries, memoirs, fiction, and poetry, besides taking a look at the "Holocaust denial" literature. The author describes how these works express the spectrum of emotions experienced by victims and survivors because they are personal accounts. Each genre that the author includes is described with specific examples. Special attention is given to Holocaust denial as well.

Diaries and Memoirs
Holocaust Denial

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Austin, Ben S. "A Brief History of Holocaust Denial." Jewish Virtual Library. 2006. April 10, 2006. <>
  • Bernstein, Mordecai, et al., eds. Anthology of Holocaust Literature. 1st ed. Philadelphia: Jewish Publication Society of America, 1969.
  • Rosen, Philip, and Nina Apfelbaum. Bearing Witness : A Resource Guide to Literature, Poetry, Art, Music, and Videos by Holocaust Victims and Survivors . Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 2002.
  • "The Voices of Victims." A Teacher's Guide to the Holocaust: College of Education, University of South Florida. 2005. April 10, 2006 <>

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