Difficult Memories: Talk in a (post) Holocaust Era
Marla Morris, John A. Weaver
Peter Lang, 2002 - History - 278 pages
To suggest that the Holocaust is (post), argues Morris (Georgia Southern U.), is to suggest that the past is present in the here and now and continues to get re-played, re-lived, and re-worked. She and Weaver (also of Georgia Southern) present 15 contributions that attempt to deal with the philo
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