Semi-autobiographical account of life in hiding in the Polish countryside during World War II. Kosinski, Jerzy. Grid View Grid. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1999. Includes brief introductions and analyses of the works. Philadelphia: Westminster Press, 1970. Collection of essays analyzing several facets of Holocaust literature. L’aube (1960); as Dawn (1971). Cargas, Harry James. Novel about the resistance in Buchenwald near the end of the war, as the arrival of a young Jewish boy threatens to disrupt plans by prisoners to rise up against their Nazi captors. Presents several dozen stories of violence and human depravity, both inside the camps and in a post-Holocaust world. A Holocaust survivor’s struggle with Alzheimer’s disease late in life leads his son to travel to Hungary in search of his father’s past before his memory slips away altogether. According to Ruth Franklin, author of A Thousand Darknesses: Lies and Truth in Holocaust Fiction, there was a “crescendo” of such literature in the 1990s. Nackt unter Wölfen (German, 1958); as Naked Among Wolves (1960). Ka-tzetnik 135633. Explores the depravity of life in Auschwitz through a series of vignettes describing Moni, a young boy subjected to sadistic psychological and physical horrors. The actions of a Jewish informant for collaborationists underscore the absurdities and ambiguities of life under Nazi occupation. Talk to your local librarian for assistance. There's a ton of Holocaust fiction written decades ago by survivers as well as Europeans who saw what was going on. Ka-tzetnik 135633. Wiesel, Elie. Holocaust Literature: An Encyclopedia of Writers and Their Work. Bearing Witness: A Resource Guide to Literature, Poetry, Art, Music, and Videos by Holocaust Victims and Survivors. Collects poetry, fiction, drama, and nonfiction essays organized chronologically in order to explore the history of the Holocaust, from the rise of Nazism through the ghettos and concentration camps to liberation and its aftermath. Sicher, Efraim, editor. During World War II, Adolf Hitler and the Nazis attempted to exterminate European Jews by forcing them into concentration camps, where both children and adults were sent to their deaths in gas chambers along with non-Jewish Polish and Romani people. This list of nuclear holocaust fiction lists the many works of speculative fiction that attempt to describe a world during or after a massive nuclear war, nuclear holocaust, or crash of civilization due to a nuclear … (Reference PN 56 .H55 H66 2003) [Find in a library near you]. Literature of the Holocaust. Collection of twelve short stories which illuminate the sinister realities of human behavior in the camps. Keneally, Thomas. Halperin, Irving. Compiles 17 essays by authors, historians, and literary scholars exploring the difficulties of interpreting Holocaust history in poetry, prose, and non-fiction. Langer, Lawrence L. Admitting the Holocaust: Collected Essays. Profiles a variety of authors, including some whose works are not yet available in English. Collects important Holocaust-related short stories by 19 first- and second-generation authors, including Aharon Appelfeld, Arnošt Lustig, and Henryk Grynberg. Tma nemá stín (Czech, 1976); as Darkness Casts No Shadow (1976). The results of that search indicate all libraries in your area that own that particular title. While recovering after being struck by a car in New York, a Holocaust survivor relates his experiences during the war and the overwhelming sense of guilt that still haunts him. Allegorical story set in an asylum populated by Holocaust survivors. Explores how Holocaust memory and understanding has been created by the many memoirs, novels, short stories, and poetry published in the decades after World War II. The Holocaust and the Text: Speaking the Unspeakable. (PT 405 .S3443 1999) [Find in a library near you]. I Survived: Ten Thrilling Books (Boxed Set) Lauren Tarshis. If … King of the Jews: A Novel of the Holocaust (1979) and as The Elder (1979). Weil, Jiří. Nacht (German, 1964); as Night (1966). (PS 153 .J4 J47 2004) [Find in a library near you]. $39.49 #3. Patterson, David, Alan L. Berger, and Sarita Cargas, editors. The Mind of the Holocaust Perpetrator in Fiction and Nonfiction examines texts that portray the inner experience of Holocaust perpetrators and thus transform them from archetypes of evil into complex … The Resonance of Dust: Essays on Holocaust Literature and Jewish Fate. Yudkin, Leon L., editor. (Reference PN 56 .H55 R43 2002) [Find in a library near you]. Number the Stars Lois Lowry. Explores the cultural and critical reception of major novels in the decades since World War II. Sonim, di Geshichte fun a Liebe (Yiddish, 1966); as Enemies: A Love Story (1972). Ślady (Polish, 1996); as Traces (1997). Riggs, Thomas, editor. Fictionalized account of the story of Oskar Schindler, an industrialist who saved 1,100 Jews from death by employing them in his factory in Krakow. Books are offered at exclusively low prices and shipped to the classroom for free. I came to understand that Holocaust fiction … Badenheim, ‘ir nofesh (Hebrew 1975); as Badenheim 1939 (1980). L’oublié (French, 1989); as The Forgotten (1992). Analyzes the writings of Holocaust survivors, including Elie Wiesel and Chaim Kaplan, to determine how fiction is used by the authors to discern meaning from their camp and ghetto experiences. Die Mission (German, 1965); as The Mission (1968). Collection of nine short stories exploring the themes of humanism during the Holocaust, despair in the camps, human interdependence, and forgetting. Schlant, Ernestine. The Druggist of Auschwitz is a frighteningly vivid portrayal of the Holocaust as seen through the eyes of criminal and victim alike. Mr. Theodore Mundstock by Ladislav Fuks In occupied Prague, Mr. Theodore Mundstock sets up a mock concentration camp in his … Breaking Crystal: Writing and Memory after Auschwitz. Modlitba pro Kateřinu Horovitzovou (Czech, 1964); as A Prayer for Katerina Horovitzova (1973). Ask at the reference desk to see the subject files labeled “Literature” containing newspaper and periodical articles. Detailed exploration of how the Holocaust was depicted by generations of West German writers in the decades after World War II. `Iskat ha-shokolad (Hebrew, 1964); as The Chocolate Deal (1968). New York: Routledge, 2005. Gail Borden Public Library District. Semi-autobiographical account of two sisters who escape the Nazis by passing as Gentiles. Lewitt, Maria. (Italian, 1982); as If Not Now, When? Minco, Marga. (PN 56 .H55 K73 1989) [Find in a library near you]. Includes extensive notes, a bibliography, and an index. Vice, Sue. Biographical novel based on the life of Giuseppe Pardo Roques, the chief elder of Pisa, Italy, who finds his deepest fears for the spiritual health of humanity realized under the occupation. London: Routledge, 2000. Yudkin, Leon L. Literature in the Wake of the Holocaust. Includes a chronology of Holocaust literature, title index, index of authors by nationality, and a reading list for further study of the subject. Finkelstein, Norman H. Remember Not to Forget: A Memory of the Holocaust. Die grössere Hoffnung (German, 1948); as Herod’s Children (1963). Includes in-depth examinations of works by Aharon Appelfeld, Cynthia Ozick, and Bernard Malamud. Discusses the works of Nelly Sachs, Moshe Flinker, Abba Kovner, Chaim Grade and several Yiddish-language poets and argues that the Holocaust should be treated as more than simply a literary device by poets and novelists. Community-created list By: s. sarahkate60120. Semi-autobiographical work about two young boys’ attempts to survive in the forest after escaping from a transport that had been bombed by the Allies. 3/4, Fall 2008 Read preview Overview Search for more books and articles on the Holocaust survivor, followed by a question-and-answer session. Fink, Ida. Paperback. Traces the resistance efforts of a group of Jewish partisans operating behind German lines in Eastern Europe. Introduces and summarizes major novels and short stories on the subject. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1994. 8 Important Books About the Holocaust It’s important that we never forget the horrors inflicted upon the Jewish people and many other marginalized populations during World War II. Novelization of the Warsaw Ghetto uprising of 1943. Sebald, Winfried Georg. Truth and Lamentation: Stories and Poems on the Holocaust. Gail Borden Public Library District. Welcome to The Holocaust Chronicle web site.. T his is a not-for-profit project. Noc a naděje (Czech, 1958); as Night and Hope (1962). Der Totenwald: ein Bericht (German, 1945); as The Forest of the Dead (1947). Detroit, MI: Gale, 2004. (PN 56 .H55 S35 1999) [Find in a library near you]. New York: UAHC Press, 1999. Westport, CT: Oryx Press, 2002. AP currently only accepts Holocaust memoirs and Holocaust related literature (non-fiction as well as fiction). Appelfeld, Aharon. Ka-tzetnik 135633. 4.6 out of 5 stars 25,672. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 1999. Rawicz, Piotr. Singer, Isaac Bashevis. De nacht der Girondijnen (Dutch, 1957); as Breaking Point (1958), and as Night of the Girondists (1992). Arieti, Silvano. (Library Microfilm LM0053) [Find in a library near you]. Alvarez, A. Holocaust Novelists. Hilsenrath, Edgar. The Holocaust Memorial Center honors as survivors any persons, Jewish or non-Jewish, who were displaced, persecuted, or discriminated against due to the racial, religious, ethnic, social, and political … Others, like Aharon Appelfeld, relied on allusion and allegory to depict the horrors of their experiences. Friedlander, Albert H., editor. (PN 56.3 .J4 H67 1997) [Find in a library near you]. Beit ha-bubot (Hebrew, 1953); as House of Dolls (1955). Jacques Suasso Henriques, a secular Dutch Jew, attempts to record how he came to be imprisoned in the Westerbork camp, and how he and his fellow prisoners take different approaches to survive. Books on LibraryThing tagged Holocaust. keyboard_arrow_down. Holocaust survivors grapple with fear, alienation, and complex relationships with their Jewish heritage in postwar New York. Discusses the use of the Holocaust as metaphor by both first- and second-generation writers. Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 1989. Sicher, Efraim, editor. This web site contains every word and image that appear in the print edition of The Holocaust Chronicle, published by … Come Spring: An Autobiographical Novel (1980). Némirovsky, Irène. Collects 22 short stories that chronologically explore day-to-day existence in Nazi-dominated Poland. Presents an overview of Holocaust-related fiction as a literary genre. Presents analyses of works written immediately after the war as well as later stories and novels by first- and second-generation writers. Collects brief descriptions of key works of fiction by close to 90 authors, as well as important works of poetry, art, and music by those who experienced or witnessed the Holocaust. An elderly survivor struggles to reconcile his memories of the Holocaust with his life and relationships in modern Israel. The fiction and nonfiction titles below explore the Holocaust from various angles and perspectives Ozick, Cynthia. The Parnas: A Scene from the Holocaust (1979). Gail Borden Public Library District. McGlothlin, Erin. Includes a selected bibliography and index. Levi, Primo. Wiechert, Ernst. The Shriek of Silence: A Phenomenology of the Holocaust Novel. Medaliony (Polish, 1946); as Medallions (2000). Follow the “Find in a library near you” link in each citation and enter your zip code at the Open WorldCat search screen. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 1975. Rosen, Philip, and Nina Apfelbaum, editors. Semi-autobiographical novel chronicling everyday life in the months immediately after the German occupation of Poland, continuing through the author’s time in hiding with “Aryan papers” during the war. Includes a chronology of Holocaust literature, a bibliographic essay, a recommended reading list, and an index. Babii Iar (Russian, 1967); as Babi Yar: A Documentary Novel (1967), and as Babi Yar: A Document in the Form of a Novel (1970). Gail Borden Public Library District. Includes several essays about the impact of the Holocaust on Israeli literature. Explores how and why some survivors, including Arnošt Lustig, Aharon Appelfeld, Ka-tzetnik 135633, Yehuda Amichai, and Piotr Rawicz, dealt with this subject in fiction rather than memoir. Two boys from different Jewish traditions try to make sense of the stories about the Holocaust they hear as they grow up in postwar New York City. Bryks, Rachmil. A Jewish bank clerk has his possessions, then his loved ones, and finally his identity stripped away by his oppressors, known only as “they.”. (Z 6374 .H6 R67 2002) [Find in a library near you]. Austerlitz (German, 2001); as Austerlitz (2001). With regards to Holocaust literature, the canon has been pretty well established. Patterson, David. Habe, Hans. Salamandra (Hebrew, 1947); as Sunrise Over Hell (1977). Second-Generation Holocaust Literature: Legacies of Survival and Perpetration. A Jewish woman recalls her experiences passing as a Christian in Ukraine, her eventual capture, and deportation to Auschwitz. This site uses cookies to deliver our services, improve performance, for analytics, and (if not signed in) for advertising. Rybakov, Anatolii Naumovich. Presser, Jacques. “I don’t think there is another publisher in the world with a commitment to publishing Holocaust memoirs equal to yours. (PN 56 .H55 H628 2000) [Find in a library near you]. Albany: State University of New York Press, 1997. Authors Elie Wiesel and Tadeusz Borowski adopted a highly mimetic, or realistic, style that blended … (Reference Z 7038 .Y53 W75 2007) [Find in a library near you]. A teenage child of a “mixed marriage” observes the Warsaw ghetto from the outside, where she is unable to help those in need or avoid the ever-present threat of deportation. Kremer, S. Lillian. “The Holocaust in Fiction.” In Holocaust Literature: A Handbook of Critical, Historical, and Literary Writings, edited by Saul S. Friedman, 533-546. Fictionalized account of the Judenrat (Jewish council) in the Lodz ghetto, who were responsible for running the ghetto on behalf of the Nazi occupiers. To search library catalogs or other electronic search tools for works of literary criticism about Holocaust fiction, use the following Library of Congress subject headings to retrieve the most relevant citations: Look through a curated list of frequently searched collection types and themes. Langer, Lawrence L, editor. Le Grand Voyage (French, 1963); as The Long Voyage (1964) and The Cattle Truck (1993). Gripping account of life in the ghetto and in Auschwitz, written shortly after the author’s escape from the death marches at the end of the war. Contact Info Casemate Publishers 1950 Lawrence Road Havertown PA 19083 t: (610) 853-9131 e: casemate@casematepublishers.com Community-created list By: s. sarahkate60120. (D 804.3 .H6475 1993) [Find in a library near you]. (PN 56 .H55 L25 1975) [Find in a library near you]. Semi-autobiographical novel of life in the Warsaw ghetto, told through a series of episodes recounting the cruelty, hunger, and depravity forced upon ghetto residents by the Nazis. Thematically-organized collection of both fiction and non-fiction accounts of the Holocaust. (D 804.3 .Y6972 1988) [Find in a library near you]. The earliest literary responses to the Holocaust came from the survivors of the camps themselves. A young Jewish man discovers that his father is collaborating with the Nazis, and he must decide how to approach—and forgive—him before his father is sent to Auschwitz. Includes extensive reading lists for further research. (PN 3352 .H63 S53 2005) [Find in a library near you]. Teichman, Milton, and Sharon Leder, editors. Sherman, Joseph. (PN 56 .H55 H45 1993) [Find in a library near you]. Add to Wishlist. ambassador and a Holocaust survivor, is happening now. Series of critical essays exploring the possibilities and limitations of representing the Holocaust in fiction. What a bulwark against Holocaust … Analyzes both well-known and little-studied authors, including Leslie Epstein, Jerzy Kosinski, Tadeusz Borowski, and John Hersey, in an attempt to establish unifying themes and theories of Holocaust literature. New York: Mulberry Books, 1993. Philadelphia: Chelsea House, 2004. —— US Holocaust Memorial Museum. A young Hungarian boy’s life in Auschwitz and Buchenwald leads to a meditation on what it means to live as a Jew in light of the Holocaust. Exploration of Jewish life in Ukraine before and during German occupation, told through the experiences of a large family. Presents biographical and critical essays about 40 authors who primarily wrote in Yiddish, including several, such as Abraham Sutzkever and Chava Rosenfarb, who wrote stories, poems, and plays about the Holocaust. Rutherford, NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 1993. Plus each order gives back to the class in FREE Books and resources. Join us right now to watch a live interview with a Wiesel, Elie. Books close Remove Books… Includes chapters that explore the Holocaust as a Jewish tragedy and the Holocaust in American literature. Contrasts the styles utilized by the authors in their work. A survivor from Buchenwald joins a militant organization in Palestine after the war, where he is asked to execute an English hostage. Provides an introduction to the complexities of representing the Holocaust in fiction as well as analyses of several major authors and their works. Kaniuk, Yoram. Includes a selected bibliography and index. Rosenfeld, Alvin H. A Double Dying: Reflections on Holocaust Literature. La Place de l’étoile (French, 1968). Langer, Lawrence L. The Holocaust and the Literary Imagination. Brown, Jean C., Elaine C. Stephens, and Janet E. Rubin, editors. Like … by Sharon Cameron. The loss of life was … Addresses how the Holocaust is approached in the works of ten prominent American writers. Raphael, Linda Schermer and Marc Lee Raphael, editors. La Ronde de nuit (French, 1969); as Night Rounds (1971). 20, No. Recounts barbaric incidents of sexual abuse and forced prostitution in the camps. Includes songs from the Lodz ghetto. Semi-autobiographical account of the author’s deportation from France to Buchenwald in 1943 interspersed with events that occurred well before and after the journey. Pan Theodor Mundstock (Czech, 1963); as Mr. Theodore Mundstock (1968). (PN 6071 .H713 T78 1994) [Find in a library near you]. Courage, Rescue, and Mystery During World War II, Children's Drawings and Poems From Terezin Concentration Camp, 1942-1944, How the Impossible Became Possible...on Schindler's List, The Untold Story of Jewish Resistance During the Holocaust, BiblioCore: app16 Version 8.35.1 Last updated 2020/12/09 11:57, Escaping the Nazis on the Kindertransport, The Holocaust and Life Under Nazi Occupation, https://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/chiune-sugihara. One of the first Holocaust novels published in the Soviet Union. Boris, a Jew, tries to pass as a Ukrainian nationalist but is arrested and tortured in an attempt to make him give up his true identity. Facing deportation, Theodor Mundstock prepares for life in the concentration camps by meticulously rehearsing the experience in his apartment. What a bulwark against Holocaust deniers.” Barbara Gilford, … Books are offered at exclusively low prices and shipped to the classroom for free. Friedman, Carl. Many authors, though, have felt compelled to write these stories, as a form of testament and as a way to memorialize those silenced by the Nazis. Grynberg, Henryk. Fink, Ida. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1998. Overview of Holocaust-related fiction. Here are seven Holocaust novels that smash the template. (PN 56 .H55 P38 1992) [Find in a library near you]. Adam, the last Jew of Schäßburg, recounts with disturbing clarity his … On this Holocaust Remembrance Day, take up the mantle of Holocaust education and remembrance by immersing yourself in these evocative works of fiction and non-fiction. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1988. $6.99 #2. (PN 6071 .H713 W54 1999) [Find in a library near you]. (D 804.3 .L358 1995) [Find in a library near you]. The second book in the “Occupation Trilogy.”. “A brilliant short novel that serves as a brave, sharp-toothed brief against letting the past devour the present” (The New York Times Book Review Editors' Choice), Yishai Sarid’s The Memory Monster is a harrowing parable of a young historian who becomes consumed by the memory of the Holocaust… Wiesel, Elie. (PR 888 .H6 V53 2000) [Find in a library near you]. Why do I sometimes see people from other libraries? Employs a highly mimetic narrative style. The earliest literary responses to the Holocaust came from the survivors of the camps themselves. Modiano, Patrick. Schwarz, Daniel R. Imagining the Holocaust. Reference Guide to Holocaust Literature. Gefen Publishing offers a wide range of books books covering such topics as Jewish history, Israeli and Middle East politics, Jewish philosophy, Jewish communities, Israeli society, the Holocaust, Jewish art, Jewish children's books… Young Katerina joins a group of twenty wealthy Jewish American male prisoners who attempt to pay for their release from the Nazis. Part of the Genres in Context series. QUICK ADD. In the 75 years since the Holocaust, much of its literature has come to fit into neat narrative templates. Teachers Home Lessons and Ideas Books and Authors Top Teaching Blog Teacher's Tool Kit Student Activities The Teacher Store Book Clubs Book Fairs Scholastic … TTY: 202.488.0406. Démanty noci (Czech, 1958); as Diamonds of the Night (1986). Wiesel, Elie. 100 Raoul Wallenberg Place, SW Seven short stories depicting Nazi atrocities in Poland. Der Nazi und der Friseur (German, 1971); as The Nazi and the Barber (1971), and as The Nazi Who Lived As a Jew (1977). 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