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Anne Frank and after : Dutch Holocaust literature in historical perspective

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Anne Frank and after : Dutch Holocaust literature in historical perspective
Call No: 949.2071 V21a

Call Number949.2071 V21a
Dates[1996]; ©1996
Statement of ResponsibilityDick Van Galen Last; Rolf Wolfswinkel.
Creators & ContributorsGalen Last, D. van (author)
Wolfswinkel, Rolf (author)
Summary"Van Galen Last and Wolfswinkel attempt in this book to comprehend the individual voices of some Dutch Jews (in their diaries, memoirs, novels) in view of the ever more frightening sequence of anti-Jewish measures being perpetrated by the Nazis. The reader becomes acquainted not only with Anne Frank but also with other young Dutch Jews who wrote acutely of their extreme experiences... The result is a series of very compelling personal accounts of the Holocaust set in historical perspective." —Back cover
ContentsIntroduction: "Statistics don't bleed"
  1. Dutch Jewry before 10 May 1940
  2. From Aryan declaration to yellow star: the antechamber of death
  3. Deportation or into hiding
  4. The transit camps
  5. The railroad of no return
  6. The paradox of silence: survivors and losers
  7. The epilogue
Physical Description 184 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Carrier Typevolume
PublisherAmsterdam : Amsterdam University Press
  • Includes bibliographical references (pages [173]–178) and index
  • Includes notes: pages [155]–163
  • Chronology: pages [165]–166
  • Short biographies: pages [167]–171, including: Greet van Amstel (1903–1981); Elie A. Cohen (1909–1993); Gerard Durlacher (1928–1996 ); Moshe Flinker (1926–1944?); Anne Frank (1929–1945); Carl Friedman; W. F. Hermans (1922–1995); Abel Herzberg (1893–1989); Etty Hillesum (1914–1943); Clarissa Jacobi (ps. for Klara Spits); Louis de Jong ; David Kiker (1921–1945); Renata Laqueur; Philip Mechanicus (1899–1944); Marga Minco; Harry Mulisch; Jona Oberski; Jacques Presser (1899–1970); Gerard Reve; Jules Schelvis; Loden Vogel (ps. of Louis M. Tas); Leo Vroman; Grete Weil; H. Wielek (ps. of Willy Kweksilber) (1912–1988); Jan Wolkers