Volume 14, Number 1, Spring 2001

Table of Contents

From: The Yale Journal of Criticism

Previous Issue Next Issue

Introduction

pp. 1-3
|

Contributors

pp. 315-317
|

Articles

Surviving Images: Holocaust Photographs and the Work of Postmemory

pp. 5-37
|

Unspeakable

pp. 39-66
|

Memorizing Memory

pp. 67-92
|

Suicide After Auschwitz

pp. 93-114
|

The Testimony of Fantasy in Georges Perec's W ou le souvenir d'enfance

pp. 115-154
|

Trauma Inherited, Trauma Reclaimed: Chamberet: Recollections from an Ordinary Childhood

pp. 155-167
|

W.E.B. DuBois in Warsaw: Holocaust Memory and the Color Line, 1949-1952

pp. 169-189
|

Prosopopoeia and Holocaust Poetry in English: Sylvia Plath and Her Contemporaries

pp. 191-215
|

Witnessing Video Testimony: An Interview with Geoffrey Hartman

pp. 217-232
|

Jewish Assimilation in Hungary, the Holocaust, and Epic Film: Reflections on Istvan Szabo's Sunshine

pp. 233-252
|

The Secret Histories of Roberto Benigni's Life is Beautiful

pp. 253-266
|

Who Owns Auschwitz?

pp. 267-272
|

"But Wasn't it Terrific?": A Defense of Liking Life is Beautiful

pp. 273-286
|

After Such Knowledge, What Laughter?

pp. 287-313
|