But I live : three stories of child survivors of the Holocaust
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But I live : three stories of child survivors of the Holocaust

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But I live : three stories of child survivors of the Holocaust
Call No: 940.53161 B983 2022

Call Number940.53161 B983 2022
Dates[2022]; ©2022
Statement of ResponsibilityMiriam Libicki and David Schaffer, Gilad Seliktar and Nico and Rolf Kamp, Barbara Yelin and Emmie Arbel ; editor: Charlotte Schallié.
Creators & ContributorsLibicki, Miriam (author)
Schaffer, David (author)
Seliktar, Gilad (author)
Kamp, Nico (author)
Kamp, Rolf (author)
Yelin, Barbara (author)
Arbel, Emmie (author)
Schallié, Charlotte (editor)
Eisenstein, Bernice (contributor)
Korb, Alexander Martin (contributor)
Hondius, Dienke (contributor)
Löw, Andrea (contributor)
Huculak, J. Matthew (contributor)
Spaar, Ilona Shulman (contributor)
Dubbelman, Jan Erik (contributor)
Schaffer, David (subject)
Kamp, Nico (subject)
Kamp, Rolf (subject)
Arbel, Emmie (subject)
Summary"An intimate co-creation of three graphic novelists and four Holocaust survivors, But I Live consists of three illustrated stories based on the experiences of each survivor during and after the Holocaust. David Schaffer and his family survived in Romania due to their refusal to obey Nazi collaborators. In the Netherlands, brothers Nico and Rolf Kamp were separated from their parents and hidden by the Dutch resistance in thirteen different places. Through the story of Emmie Arbel, a child survivor of the Ravensbrück and Bergen-Belsen concentration camps, we see the lifelong trauma inflicted by the Holocaust. To complement these hauntingly beautiful and unforgettable visual stories, But I Live includes historical essays, an illustrated postscript from the artists, and personal words from each of the survivors. As we urgently approach the post-witness era without living survivors of the Holocaust, these illustrated stories act as a physical embodiment of memory and help to create a new archive for future readers. By turning these testimonies into graphic novels, But I Live aims to teach new generations about racism, antisemitism, human rights, and social justice." —Publisher
ContentsPreface / Bernice Eisenstein

The Stories
  • "A Kind of Resistance" / Miriam Libicki and David Schaffer
  • "Thirteen Secrets" / Gilad Seliktar, Nico Kamp, and Rolf Kamp
  • "But I Live" / Barbara Yelin and Emmie Arbel
The Histories
  • The Holocaust in Transnistria / Alexander Korb
  • Surviving in Hiding from the Nazis / Dienke Hondius
  • Surviving Ravensbrück and Bergen-Belsen as a Child / Andrea Löw
In Their Own Words
  • David Schaffer
  • Nico Kamp
  • Rolf Kamp
  • Emmie Arbel
Behind the Art / Miriam Libicki, Gilad Seliktar, and Barbara Yelin
Afterword / Charlotte Schallié, Matt Huculak, Ilona Shulman Spaar, and Jan Erik Dubbelman
Acknowledgments
Biographies
Physical Description x, 189 pages : colour illustrations ; 29 cm
Carrier Typevolume
LanguageEnglish
PublisherToronto : New Jewish Press, an imprint of University of Toronto Press
Location in CollectionNew Library Items