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This anthology is the first of its kind: an exploration of the experiences of the Third Generation—the grandchildren of Holocaust survivors who have particular relationships to the Holocaust, mediated through their interactions with their parents, grandparents, and communities. The contributors include historians, literary and cultural studies scholars, psychologists, and sociologists, together with autobiographical narratives from members of the Third Generation, which illuminate the scholarly research presented.

In the Shadows of Memory

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Stories of the Holocaust by the Third Generation.