Through film and literature, this book shows students the moral and ethical lessons that have evolved from the Holocaust so they can connect them with the moral dilemmas they face in their own lives. The authors focus on 3 main lessons of the Holocaust - thou shalt not be a victim, thou shalt not be a perpetrator and thou shalt not be a bystander - and address the issues of courage, compassion, character and civility.between that world and our world through the choice of works and also through the carefully chosen questions posed for ... the subject is, how profound the questions are, and knowing full well how meager and inadequate are our answers.
|Title||:||Studying the Holocaust Through Film and Literature|
|Author||:||Miriam Klein Kassenoff, Anita Meyer Meinbach|
|Publisher||:||Gefen Publishing House - 2004-01-08|