Much has been written and structures have been erected to commemorate the lives lost in the Holocaust. This book will focus upon what alivinga has meant for those who survived. Through a series of case studies based upon carefully selected films, the ongoing impact of the traumas suffered by first- and second-generation survivors are carefully examined. Almost without exception, these films were either written, directed, or starred in a lead role a first- or second-generation survivor and, therefore, present an informed representation of what these people continue to experience. Film has come to be the most successful means of delivering the message of the Holocaust. Elie Wiesel said that the worst of alternatives would be that the message of the Holocaust would be delivered with anothing changed.a Hopefully, the message delivered by this book and its case studies will make some small contribution toward a realization of its title, Never Again!He confronts the difficult questions of Talmud, Torah, and the existential aspects of everyday life and concludes with answers that seem simplistic but constitute a creative approach to problem solving, from the challenges of everyday life to the anbsp;...
|Title||:||Never Again: Echoes of the Holocaust As Understood Through Film|
|Author||:||Sylvia Levine Ginsparg, PhD|
|Publisher||:||Xlibris Corporation - 2010-11-08|