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From A Double Dying Reflections on Holocaust Literature, by Alvin H. Rosenfeld, Indiana University Press, 1980
"[A]ll novels about Jewish suffering written in the post-Holocaust period must implicate the Holocaust, whether it is expressly named as such or not." (Page 68)
Dear H-Net Readers and Subscribers:
I'm not sure why this did not work the first time, it showed in my preview just fine, but disappeared when I published it. Trying again. Unfortunately there's no link to this invitation at TAU, it was sent to me via Tel Aviv University.