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237 Index Abel (biblical), 74, 81 Abraham (biblical), 114–15, 116, 118, 119 acculturation, 6, 46. See also “assimilation ” Adelson, Leslie A., 188n. 18 Adenauer, Konrad, 8, 10, 58–59, 98 Adorno, Theodor, 2, 7, 10, 19, 66, 191–92nn. 3–30; Aesthetic Theory, 30; on Auschwitz and poetry, 98; Dialectic of Enlightenment, 22–23, 28, 29, 32; enlightenment viewed by, 49; “Essay as Form, The,” 24–25, 31; exile and, 21–28; family name(s) of, 48; German language and, 26–27; “Heine the Wound,” 22, 28–33, 39–41; “Meaning of Working Through the Past, The,” 10, 29, 32, 33, 35–39, 193n. 46; Minima Moralia, 24, 34, 66; Notes to Literature, 24, 26; “On the Question: ‘What Is German?,’” 22, 26; postwar move to Frankfurt, 18, 21–22; on psychoanalysis and history , 33–39; “Words from Abroad,” 24, 26–28, 33 Adunka, Evelyn, 194n. 56 Agamben, Giorgio, 12, 13–15, 190n. 32 agency, 35, 90, 104, 113 Agnon, Shmuel Yosef, 95, 207n. 24 Alba/Aubade (poetic genre), 160 alienation, 28, 33, 48, 62, 199n. 17 Allemann, Beda, 216n. 34 almond tree, symbolic meaning of, 141, 214n. 26 Amenhotep IV (pharaoh of Egypt), 173 Améry, Jean, 2, 42, 47, 196n. 79; on breaking away from origins, 68; “How Much Home Does a Person Need?,” 49; At the Mind’s Limits, 49, 195nn. 70–72, 196n. 79; postwar move to Belgium, 18; “Resentments,” 50–53; Weiss compared with, 57, 58 Anders, Günther, 2, 7, 19, 67, 141; annihilation of memory and, 156–57; “Besuch im Hades” [Visit to Hades], 44–47; postwar move to Vienna, 18; return to landscape of youth, 135; Schrift an der Wand, Die [The Writing on the Wall], 41; significance of name, 48; “Überfall, Der” [The Assault], INDEX 238 Anders Günther (continued) 43; “Wir Eichmannssöhne [We, Eichmann’s Sons], 47 Andersch, Alfred, 97, 105, 196n. 76, 207n. 21 Annette von Droste-Hülshoff-Preis für Dichterinnen, 96, 133 antifascism, 10, 179–80, 181 antisemitism, 2, 16, 39, 59, 119; as “false mimesis,” 32; image of Jewish hyperintelligence, 24; Marxist view of Holocaust and, 88; postwar revival of, 132; projection mechanisms and, 32; projection theory of, 28–29; stereotypes of Jews, 10, 28, 118 apocalypse, 146, 149, 177 Apollinaire, Guillaume, 155 Appadurai, Arjun, 181, 219n. 15 Arendt, Hannah, 14, 39, 41, 60, 194n. 52, 211n. 63 Argonauts, myth of the, 154 Armenian dispersion, 3 assimilation, 19, 46, 111; as annihilation of difference, 133; capitalism and, 29; chimera of GermanJewish symbiosis and, 103; failure of, 29, 39, 72; gender dynamics of, 46–47; hope for end of antiJewish violence and, 139; Jews of Bukovina and, 13, 46; as mimetic behavior, 29, 82 Association of Hebrew Writers, 177 atomic bomb, 41 Auschwitz, 45, 56, 93, 151, 164; Améry as inmate of, 48; Anders’s visit to, 43–44; as “break in civilization ,” 2; Dresden bombing equated with, 35; emancipation invalidated by, 48; place name as metonym for Holocaust, 166; Polish name for, 182; recovery of messianic idea after, 161; survivors of, 16, 18; trial at Frankfurt, 8, 85, 86, 87–92, 99; as turning point of human history, 41; Weiss’s visit to, 60, 92 Ausländer, Rose, 136 Austria, 16, 48, 174 authoritarianism, German, 60 autobiographical writing, 51–52, 57; of Sartre, 68; of Weiss, 61–73 avant-gardism, 78, 129 Babylon (journal), 112 backshadowing, narrative, 40, 45, 135 Baer, Ulrich, 33, 134, 193n. 37, 213n. 14 Baer, Ytzak, 207n. 29 Bahr, Erhard, 205n. 3 Bakhtin, Mikhail, 75, 200n. 27, 210n. 56 Bayerdörfer, Hans-Peter, 208n. 34 Belgium, 48 Ben-Gurion, David, 127, 211n. 64 Benjamin, Walter, 35, 39–40, 193n. 44, 194n. 54, 220n. 21 Benn, Gottfried, 102 Bennholdt-Thomsen, Anke, 210n. 53 Benz, Wolfgang, 210n. 59 Berendsohn, Walter, 104, 105, 124, 207n. 28, 207nn. 20;23;28, 208n. 32, 209n. 44 Bergmann, Shmuel Hugo, 111, 208n. 37 Bering, Dietz, 209n. 52 Berlin, 15, 17, 71, 162, 167 Berman, Russell A., 208n. 34 Bernstein, Michael André, 40, 46, 140, 194n. 55 Bernstein, Susan, 192n. 26 Berrett, A. M., 218n. 3 Bettelheim, Bruno, 101, 206n. 13 Bhabha, Homi, 3, 4, 12, 53, 188n. 9, 193n. 31, 219n. 5; on colonial mimicry, 30; on diasporic discourse , 176; on temporality of postcolonial migration, 112 Bible, 97, 106, 114–15; Ecclesiastes, 141; Exodus, 119, 173–74; Genesis, 117; Hosea, 100; Isaiah, INDEX 239 127; Jeremiah, 141, 214n. 26 Bier, Jean-Paul, 189n. 21 Bilderverbot (taboo on mimesis), 22–24 Bildung, 34 Birus, Hendrik...

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