After such knowledge

memory, history, and the legacy of the Holocaust

By Hoffman, Eva

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ISBN
978-1-58648-046-2
Publisher
New York : PublicAffairs, c2004.


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Library Journal

Reviewed on February 15, 2004

The psychological effects of the Shoah on the family dynamics of survivors and their offspring have been well documented in two works by Aaron Hass, The Aftermath and In the Shadow of the Holocaust. Hoffman (Lost in Translation; Shtel) investigates a different type of family dynamic: how knowledge about the Holocaust is transmitted and remembered by the second generation. It is always dangerous to use oneself as the model for an entire generation, which Hoffman does but is usually careful ...Log In or Sign Up to Read More

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