The Survivor: An Anatomy of Life in the Death Camps

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OUP USA, 1980 - 218 Seiten
An eloquent revelation that touches the foundations of what man is. Neither despairing nor conventionally hopeful, The Survivor describes the most terrible events in human memory. But what emerges finally is an image of man stubbornly equal to the worst that can happen.
 

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An in depth look at the psychology of those who survived the death camps of the Nazi Holocaust. The book is a collection of Des Pres research as well as numerous first person accounts of survivors ... Vollständige Rezension lesen

Inhalt

The Will To Bear Witness
27
Excremental Assault
51
Nightmare and Waking
73
Life in Death
95
Us and Them
149
Radical Nakedness
179
Bibliography
211
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The late Terrence Des Pres was Crawshaw Professor of English Literature at Colgate University.

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