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Reference Guide To Holocaust Literature: Thomas Riggs And Co

Reference Guide To Holocaust Literature: Thomas Riggs And Co

Submitted by • July 10, 2013 thomasriggsandcompany.incracing.com

“The Reference Guide to Holocaust Literature provides critical coverage of 223 writers and 307 of their works. Almost all the works are novels, short stories, poems, plays, memoirs, and diaries, though a few books in related genres—such as Yaffa Eliach’s Hasidic Tales of the Holocaust, an oral history—were chosen for their literary merit or other prominence. The earliest work covered in the guide is Lion Feuchtwanger’s The Oppermanns, published in 1933, the year Adolf Hitler became chancellor of Germany. The most recent book, W.G. Sebald’s Austerlitz, appeared in 2001.

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