Holocaust Poetry

ISBN-10: 0312143575
ISBN-13: 9780312143572
Edition: 5th (Revised)
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Description: The only known collection of its kind currently in print, this important volume includes the work of 59 poets--among them Auden, Brecht, Celan, Jarrell, Levi, Milosz, Plath, Sexton, Spender, Wiesel, and Yevtushenko--writing on a range of subjects  More...

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List price: $17.99
Edition: 5th
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
Publication date: 2/15/1996
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 256
Size: 5.50" wide x 8.25" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.968
Language: English

The only known collection of its kind currently in print, this important volume includes the work of 59 poets--among them Auden, Brecht, Celan, Jarrell, Levi, Milosz, Plath, Sexton, Spender, Wiesel, and Yevtushenko--writing on a range of subjects that are indelibly linked with the Holocaust. Collecting 119 poems in all, Holocaust Poetry commemorates the sanctity of those who died--both Jews and non-Jews--as a result of this unimaginably horrible crime. Yet Schiff's anthology is also a solemn affirmation of humanity's survival, for it pays homage to the past while also attesting to the often brutal struggles that we as a species still face in this world, day in and day out. Also preserved here are poems written by those who themselves perished in the Shoah, the final testaments and eternal lessons of unknown soldiers, unheralded heroes, unsilenced voices.

Introduction The Poems
Alienation "Heritage,"
"Europe, Late,"Dan Pagis
"The Shoemaker's Wife,"
"The Burning of the Books,"
"First They Came for the Jews,"
"A Footnote Extended,"
"Refugee Blues,"
"How Can I See You, Love,"
Persecution "1940,"
"The Red Cross Telegram,"
"The German Frontier at Basel,"
"He Was Lucky,"
"I Saw My Father Drowning,"
"There Is a Last, Solitary Coach,"
"Clouded Sky,"
"The Butterfly,"
"Elegy,"
"A Cartload of Shoes,"
"How They Killed My Grandmother,"
"Holocaust,"
"The Assumption of Miriam,"
Destruction (i) "Death Fugue,"
"O the Chimneys,"
"Never Shall I Forget,"
"Testimony,"
"The Roll Call,"
"Be Seeing You,"
"Forced March,"
"Postcards,"
"Harbach 1944,"
"Passion of Ravensbruuml;ck,"
"On the Wall of a KZ-Lager,"
"Fable, Detail from his KZ-Oratorio: Dark Heaven,"
"Roads,"
"A Poem of Death,"
"Night over Birkenau,"
"Treblinka,"
"Shipment to Maidanek,"
"Remembering Dresden,"
20(ii) "Passover: the Injections,"
"A Girl of Six from the Ghetto,"
"5.8.1942, In Memory of Janusz Korczak,"
"Holocaust,"
"A Dead Child Speaks,"
"Already Embraced by the Arm of Heavenly Solace,"
"O the Night of the Weeping Children!,"
"Massacre of the Boys,"
"Pigtail,"
"In the Camp There Was One Alive,"
"Magda Goebbels,"
(iii) "Burnt,"
"Innocence,"
"Holocaust,"
Rescuers, Bystanders, Perpetrators "Both Your Mothers,"
"1980,"
"I Did Not Manage to Save,"
"A Poor Christian Looks at the Ghetto,"
"History and Reality,"
"Babii Yar,"
"Ovid in the Third Reich,"
"September Song,"
"A Camp in the Prussian Forest,"
"'More Light, More Light,'"
"Between the Lines,"
"A German Requiem,"
Afterwards "Archive Film Material,"
"Far, Far a City Lies (from 'My Little Sister'),"
"Auschwitz, 1987,"
"Memento,"
"Leave Us,"
"Reveille,"
"The Survivor,"
"The Sun of Auschwitz,"
"Farewell to Maria,"
"The Execution of Memory,"
"My Mother's Friend,"
"La Pathetique,"
"I, the Survivor,"
"The Retum,"
Second Generation "Almost a Love Poem,"
"Draft of a Reparations Agreement,"
"I Was Not There,"
"When it Happened,"
"I Keep Forgetting,"
"Leaving You,"
"Holocaust 1944,"
"The Book of Yolek,"
"Daddy,"
"Against Parting,"
Lessons "Annotations of Auschwitz,"
"If,"
"H

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