Representation of the Holocaust in Soviet literature and film / Marat Grinberg ... [et al.].

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Book
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English
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Jerusalem : Yad Vashem, The International Institute for Holocaust Research, Center for Research on the History of Soviet jews during the Holocaust, 2013.
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121, 10 p. ; 24 cm.

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"This book is based on the lectures presented at the International Conference 'The Holocaust and the Jews in the Second World War in Soviet literature and film' that took place at Yad Vashem on February 19-20, 2013"--Verso t.p.
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Text in English with abstracts in Hebrew.
Contents
Rabbis celebrated and condemned : Boris Slutsky's response to Il'ia Sel'vinskii Marat Grinberg -- On the eve of the moratorium : the representation of the Holocaust in Ilya Ehrenburg's novel "The storm" Leona Toker -- The writings of a Soviet Anne Frank? Masha Rol'nikaite's Holocaust memoir "I have to tell" and its place in Soviet literature Anja Tippner -- "My people will be reborn here": World War II and Jews in the Yiddish literature of Birobidzhan Ber Kotlerman -- The Holocaust on Soviet screens : charting the map Olga Gershenson.
Other title(s)
  • Yitsug ha-shoʼah ba-ḳolnoʻa uva-sifrut ha-Sovyeṭiyim
  • ייצוג השואה בקולנוע ובספרות הסובייטיים
ISBN
  • 9789653084568
  • 9653084569
OCLC
882482983
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