Spielberg's Holocaust: Critical Perspectives on Schindler's List
Indiana University Press, 1997 - Performing Arts - 250 pages
This anthology of essays on Steven Spielberg's 1993 film is a solid achievement. It is a repository of considerable critical insight and frequently passionate argument." --Holocaust and Genocide Studies
An excellent collection; highly recommended for general readers and students at all levels." --Choice
This collection of essays opens further the debate on how to represent the Holocaust as Holocaust representation and memory move into ever-greater areas of daily American and Jewish American culture." --Tikkun
Schindler's List not only afforded director Steven Spielberg a cinematic vehicle loaded with Hollywood-hardware to create his master narrative about the Holocaust, the film also invited a renewed scholarly and intellectual discussion about racism, "historical voyeurism" and the "limits of representation." This thought-provoking critical anthology tackles these issues and many others.
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