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Comparative Central European Holocaust Studies
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Papers in the volume are by scholars working in Holocaust Studies in Australia, Germany, Hungary, Israel, Serbia, the United Kingdom, and the US.

Table of Contents

  1. Cover
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  1. Title Page, Copyright
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  1. Contents
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  1. Europe's Oppressive Legacy
  2. pp. vii-xii
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  1. Introduction to Comparative Central European Holocaust Studies
  2. pp. xiii-xx
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  1. Part One: Historical Representations of the Holocaust in Central Europe
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  1. Representations of Budapest 1944-1945 in Holocaust Literature
  2. pp. 3-17
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  1. The Holocaust as a Paradigm for Ethical Thinking and Representation
  2. pp. 18-27
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  1. About Antisemitism in Post-1989 Hungary
  2. pp. 28-39
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  1. About the Narratives of a Blood Libel Case in Post-Shoah Hungary
  2. pp. 40-49
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  1. Part Two: Holocaust Testimony and Narratives
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  1. Mapping the Lines of Fact and Fiction in Holocaust Testimonial Novels
  2. pp. 53-66
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  1. Rescue Narratives by Central European Holocaust Survivors from Carpatho-Russia
  2. pp. 67-78
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  1. The Third Reich and the Holocaust in East German Official Memory
  2. pp. 79-94
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  1. Part Three: Kertész in Central European Holocaust Studies
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  1. On the Translation of Kertész's Sorstalanság (Fatelessness) into Serbian
  2. pp. 97-109
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  1. Kertész and the Problem of Guilt in Unfinished Mourning
  2. pp. 110-121
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  1. Polyphony in Kertész's Kaddish for an Unborn Child (Kaddish a meg nem született gyermekért)
  2. pp. 122-132
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  1. Arendt and Kertész on the Banality of Evil
  2. pp. 133-144
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  1. Part Four: The Holocaust and Central European Women’s Life Writing
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  1. Towards a New Reading of Ida Fink's The Journey
  2. pp. 147-157
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  1. Emigrée Central European Jewish Women's Holocaust Life Writing
  2. pp. 158-172
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  1. Introduction to and Bibliography of Central European Women's Holocaust Life Writing in English
  2. pp. 173-200
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  1. Contributor Profiles
  2. pp. 201-206
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  1. Index
  2. pp. 207-211
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