Herzberger, Julia

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The later generation of Holocaust survivors is looking for a past that is often unknown to them, but which nevertheless has far-reaching consequences for their own biography. Memories are prerequisites for the formation of identity, and it is precisely for this reason that the memory work of the second generation of Holocaust literature seems interesting. This work deals for the first time with the following questions: How does this past find its way into your literary work? How are your...