Shivitti : a vision
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Shivitti : a vision

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Shivitti : a vision
Call No: 940.5315 K19s

Call Number940.5315 K19s
Dates[1989]; ©1989
Statement of ResponsibilityKa-tzetnik 135633 ; translated from the Hebrew by Eliyah Nike De-Nur and Lisa Herman.
Creators & ContributorsDinur, Yeḥiʾel (author)
De-Nur, Eli-yah Nina (translator)
Herman, Lisa (translator)
Bastiaans, Jan C. (contributor)
Dinur, Yeḥiʾel (subject)
Summary"Imprisoned in Auschwitz for two years, having eluded death by the narrowest of margins, the man known as Ka-Tzetnik 135633 survived the Holocaust to discover that survival alone would not end his torment. For thirty years, through nightly dreams of terrifying intensity, he remained captive to the horrors of Auschwitz. Finally in 1976 he sought help from Professor Bastiaans, the Dutch psychiatrist who first recognized Concentration Camp Syndrome and successfully treated camp survivors with a therapy involving doses of LSD. Shivitti is the author's extraordinary memoir of that experience." —Book jacket
  • Foreword
  • Gate One
  • Gate Two
  • Gate Three
  • Gate Four
  • Gate Five
  • Afterword and Foreword
  • The Doctor's Word / Prof. Jan C. Bastiaans
Physical Description xv, 115 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Carrier Typevolume
LanguageEnglish, Translated from the Hebrew by Eliyah Nike De-Nur and Lisa Herman.
PublisherSan Francisco : Harper & Row
EditionFirst U.S. Edition
NotesTranslation of: Tsofen
RecognitionGifted in 2009 by Robert & Marilyn Krell in memory of Lilli Folk