E m budicks the subject of holocaust fiction is a timely addition to the steadily growing academic canon on holocaust fiction as budick rightly acknowledges it is self scrutiny performed both by its writers and by its readers that makes holocaust fiction so important and that should ensure its future standing. In this captivating study of the epistemological psychological and ethical issues underlying holocaust fiction emily miller budick examines the subjective experiences of fantasy projection and repression manifested in holocaust fiction and in the readers encounter with it. the subject of holocaust fiction is a profoundly challenging work of literary criticism by a brave critic who asks us to look beyond the difficult hard facts of the holocaust to the complex subjectivities of all those affected by it a scholar whose final legacy to us is the insistence that the subject of humanities scholarship must . I conclude this study of the subject of holocaust fiction with one last text also written by a non jewish author that stages precisely the kind of application to the holocaust that will strike some people as abusive even reprobate others as inspired i am referring to j m coetzeeselizabeth costello2003b two. Get this from a library the subject of holocaust fiction e miller budick fictional representations of horrific events run the risk of undercutting efforts to verify historical knowledge and may heighten our ability to respond intellectually and ethically to human
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