Survival strategies : authoring the Holocaust and audience responsibility / by Elizabeth Helman
Includes bibliographical references (p. 106-108)
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In the search for answers in the aftermath of the greatest tragedy of the twentieth century, theatre artists have proposed survival strategies for living in a post-Holocaust society. These, sometimes conflicting, responses call for active audience response in order to move on from a tragic historical era. This study explores three different survival strategies including a universalist approach, a separatist approach, as well as a method drawing from both strategies. Each author presents a unique point of view as they present both questions and coping methods in order to inspire a specific audience response.
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