Anne Frank: Reflections on Her Life and Legacy

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Hyman Aaron Enzer, Sandra Solotaroff-Enzer
University of Illinois Press, 2000 - Biography & Autobiography - 285 pages
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A concise, readable volume of the articles and memoirs most relevant for understanding the life, death, and legacy of Anne Frank.
 

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Good book

Contents

Anne Frank
21
The Arrest
32
Visiting Hours after 9 A M
44
BergenBelsen
52
Epilogue to the Diary of Anne Frank
61
The Legend and Art of Anne Frank
71
Introduction to The Tales from the House Behind
81
Death and the Maiden
94
Anne Frank Remembered
173
Memotiali2ing the Holocaust
185
The Diary of Anne Frank
192
The Americani2ation of the Holocaust on Stage and Screen
198
Finding the Right Words
206
Diarists
214
Hollands Memorial Shrine of the Book
223
Femme Fatale
229

A Rerrospective
100
Reading Anne Frank as a Woman
110
The American History of Anne Franks Diary
123
Meramorphosis into American Adolescent
139
Berlin Postscript
147
Don Quixote and the Star of David
154
Anne Frank and Film
165
Appendixes
245
Bibliography
251
Publication Acknowledgments
261
Contributors
267
Index
273
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Enzer, a professor of sociology, emeritus, at Hofstra University, is the author of numerous articles on sociology, literature, and the arts.

Solotaroff-Enzer, an associate professor of English, emerita, at SUNY Nassau Community College, has written articles on pedagogy and literary topics.

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