Anthology of holocaust literature

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Jewish Publication Society of America, 1969 - Religion - 412 pages
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Presents diverse and revealing eyewitness accounts of the Holocaust. narratives are from survivors and witnesses. this work is recommended for high school reading and adults. includes a glossary and short biographies.

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Contents

Introduction
3
Sabbath
11
The Fraternal Grave of Four Jewish Settlements
25
Copyright

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About the author (1969)

Born in Lublin, Poland, Glatstein emigrated to the United States in 1914 and lived there until his death. One of the major figures in modern Yiddish poetry, Glatstein cultivated free verse and poetry closely related to the reality of contemporary events and society. A master of the Yiddish language, he created poems that became classic expressions of Jewish attitudes and reactions to the tragic events of the Holocaust. He also wrote brilliant prose; especially remarkable are two accounts of a trip to Europe on the eve of World War II.

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