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Ed. By S. Lillian Kzemer. New York: Routledge, 2003. 2 vols. alkaline $295 (ISBN 0-415-92985-7).
At last, we have one work that pools together a world of writers influenced first-hand or through second- or third-generation experiences by the Holocaust. Kremer, a professor in the department of English at Kansas State University and author of Witness through the Imagination: The Holocaust in Jewish American Literature (Wayne State Univ. Pr., 1989) and Women's Holocaust Writing: Memory and Imagination (Univ. of Nebraska Pr., 1999), has included in her latest work a comprehensive collection of essays on Holocaust writers, both alive and dead.
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