An innovative contribution to the field of Holocaust studies, this set of interdisciplinary essays undertakes a gendered analysis of both Jewish and non-Jewish women as perpetrators, victims, rescuers, survivors, and postwar artists.Mischa F. C. Hoynick and Robert E. Chesal (New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 1998); Carol Rittner, ed., AnneFrank in the World: Essays and Reflections (Armonk, NY: ... Literature edited by Abraham J. and Hershel Edelheit until the publication of volume two of its 1990 supplement. ... The (e)]ournal of Cultural Criticism 2.1 (2000), September 30, 2001 alt;http://www.english.upenn.edu /~ov/2.
|Title||:||Experience and Expression|
|Author||:||Elizabeth Roberts Baer, Myrna Goldenberg|
|Publisher||:||Wayne State University Press - 2003|