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Second generation voices : reflections by children of Holocaust survivors and perpetrators / edited by Alan L. Berger and Naomi Berger.

Publication | Not Digitized | Library Call Number: D804.195 .S43 2001

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    Series
    Religion, theology, and the Holocaust
    Religion, theology, and the Holocaust.
    Format
    Book
    Published
    Syracuse, N.Y. : Syracuse University Press, 2001
    Edition
    1st ed
    Contents
    Family ties: the search for roots : Once removed / Lisa Reitman-Dobi
    Teaching to remember / Asher Z. Milbauer
    The coat / Diane Wyshogrod
    The far country memoirs / Wendy Joy Kuppermann
    Inheriting parental trauma : Intersoul flanking: writing about the holocaust / Nava Semel
    My share of the pain / Daniel Vogelmann
    Five short poems for Sissel / Daniel Vogelmann
    The lifelong reporting trip / Julie Salamon
    The journey to parents' birthplaces and to death camps : Coming full circle / Naomi Berger
    Returning / Helen Epstein
    Memory Macht Frei / Melvin Jules Bukiet
    The journey to Poland / Michal Govrin
    Issues of faith and religion : Faith after the holocaust: for one person, it doesn't pay to cook / Barbara Finkelstein
    The path to Kaddish: prologue to a son's spiritual autobiography / Eugene L. Pogany
    I was born in Bergen-Belsen / Menachem Z. Rosensaft
    Adult offspring of holocaust survivors as moral voices in the American-Jewish community / Eva Fogelman
    Identity and the Yiddish language : A Yiddish writer who writes in French / Myriam Anissimov
    On the Yiddish question / Anita Norich
    Shards / Miriam Tabak Gottdank Isaacs
    Confronting a repressed past : Ratner's kosher restaurant / Bjorn Krondorfer
    A troublemaker in a skirt / Anna E. Rosmus
    Facing a wall of silence / Barbara Rogers
    Honor thy mother: reflections on being the daughter of Nazis / Liesel Appel
    Meditation on Matthew 9:9-13 / Christian Staffa
    Working through doubtfulness: a case study of a daughter of a Nazi / Dan Bar-on and Elke Rottgardt
    Is dialogue possible? : When children of holocaust survivors meet children of Nazis / Julie C. Goschalk
    To be German after the holocaust: the misused concept of identity / Gottfried H. Wagner
    Taking leave of the wroing identities or an inability to mourn: post-holocaust Germans and Jews / Abraham J. Peck
    A concluding meditation.
    Other Authors/Editors
    Berger, Alan L., 1939-
    Berger, Naomi.
    Notes
    Includes bibliographical references and index.
    Family ties: the search for roots : Once removed / Lisa Reitman-Dobi -- Teaching to remember / Asher Z. Milbauer -- The coat / Diane Wyshogrod -- The far country memoirs / Wendy Joy Kuppermann -- Inheriting parental trauma : Intersoul flanking: writing about the holocaust / Nava Semel -- My share of the pain / Daniel Vogelmann -- Five short poems for Sissel / Daniel Vogelmann -- The lifelong reporting trip / Julie Salamon -- The journey to parents' birthplaces and to death camps : Coming full circle / Naomi Berger -- Returning / Helen Epstein -- Memory Macht Frei / Melvin Jules Bukiet -- The journey to Poland / Michal Govrin -- Issues of faith and religion : Faith after the holocaust: for one person, it doesn't pay to cook / Barbara Finkelstein -- The path to Kaddish: prologue to a son's spiritual autobiography / Eugene L. Pogany -- I was born in Bergen-Belsen / Menachem Z. Rosensaft -- Adult offspring of holocaust survivors as moral voices in the American-Jewish community / Eva Fogelman -- Identity and the Yiddish language : A Yiddish writer who writes in French / Myriam Anissimov -- On the Yiddish question / Anita Norich -- Shards / Miriam Tabak Gottdank Isaacs -- Confronting a repressed past : Ratner's kosher restaurant / Bjorn Krondorfer -- A troublemaker in a skirt / Anna E. Rosmus -- Facing a wall of silence / Barbara Rogers -- Honor thy mother: reflections on being the daughter of Nazis / Liesel Appel -- Meditation on Matthew 9:9-13 / Christian Staffa -- Working through doubtfulness: a case study of a daughter of a Nazi / Dan Bar-on and Elke Rottgardt -- Is dialogue possible? : When children of holocaust survivors meet children of Nazis / Julie C. Goschalk -- To be German after the holocaust: the misused concept of identity / Gottfried H. Wagner -- Taking leave of the wroing identities or an inability to mourn: post-holocaust Germans and Jews / Abraham J. Peck -- A concluding meditation.

    Physical Details

    Language
    English
    ISBN
    0815628846
    0815606818 (pbk : alk. paper)
    Physical Description
    xvii, 378 p. ; 24 cm.

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