ALONG THE EDGE OF ANNIHILATION (cl)

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Along the edge of annihilation: the collapse and recovery of life in the Holocaust diary

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Patterson, director of the Judaic studies program at the University of Memphis, continues his deconstructionist study of the Holocaust diary genre begun in Sun Turned to Darkness: Memory and Recovery ... Read full review

Contents

Opening Remarks
3
The Writer and the Writing
29
The Consciousness of the Book
50
The Measure of Time
68
The Chronicle of the Holy
87
The Crumbling of Creation
123
The Fragmentation of Home and Family
159
Death and the Death of Death
232
The Assignation of the Reader
272
Notes
279
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