A Thousand Darknesses: Lies and Truth in Holocaust Fiction

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Index

A
Accident, The (Wiesel), 219
Adler, Joseph, 241
Adorno, Theodor, 2, 3, 5, 19, 101, 122, 222, 226
aesthetics, 3, 13, 193
After Nature (Sebald), 196, 197
After Such Knowledge: Memory, History, and the Legacy of the Holocaust (Hoffman), 220
Akudarc (Fiasco), 122, 136
Albert, Laura, 71
allied bombing camping, 206, 211
All Quiet on the Western Front (Remarque), 33
All Rivers Run to the Sea (Wiesel), 73, 77, 83
anti-Semitism, 43, 74, 75, 110, 119,210
Alter, Robert, 4, 216
Alvarez, A, 16, 26, 41, 69, 75
Commentary, 25, 69, 75
Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay (Chabon), 240
Améry, Jean, 1, 55
And the Sea Is Never Full (Wiesel), 83, 104
Angel at the Fence (Rosenblat), 216
Angier, Carole, 48, 49, 50, 51, 57, 58, 66, 187–188, 191, 193, 195
antirationalism, 222
antiwitness, 89, 91, 96–102
Appelfeld, Aharon, 145, 185
Arendt, Hannah, 15, 30, 208, 212, 213
Eichmann in Jerusalem, 206, 212
A7393: Hombre de Cenizas (Isacovici), 179
Ash, Timothy Garton, 112
Auerbach, Frank, 187
Auschwitz, 2, 3, 5, 25, 70, 215 (see also specific entries)
“Auschwitz, Our Home” (Borowski), 29
Auschwitz Report(Levi), 17, 52, 134
Austerlitz (Sebald), 183, 184, 185, 186, 189, 196
authenticity, 7, 10, n, 24, 118, 128, 150, 155, 166, 178, 181, 227, 233
autobiographical novels, 10, 59, 72, 81, 84, 91, 106, 116, 123, 169
autobiographical pact, 9–10, 27
“autofiction,” 114

B
Babi Yar (Kuznetsov), 150
Bar-On, Dan, 233
Bauer, Fritz, 207
Bauer, Yehuda, 4
Being There (Kosinski), 103, 105, 107, 117–118
Bellow, Saul, 225, 226, 231
Benchouiha, Lucie, 65

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