How is it that the Holocaust, which ended more than seven decades ago, still remains such a powerful force in our culture? Why is it that Holocaust memory still speaks to us in such stirring tones? In "The Broken Voice," author Robert Eaglestone tackles question of ethics and genocide, literature and history, and power and evil, delving into the works of philosophers, novelists, and political thinkers to create his own insightful theories to answer these questions.
Burghardt, Linda J.
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