Writing after Hitler: The Work of Jakov Lind

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Illustrations
Between pages 112 and 113
1Jakov Lind with his sister Ditta after their arrival in the Netherlands, 1940
2The home for Jewish refugee children at Ockenburgh, The Hague
3Pages from Lind’s forged Dutch identity papers, 1945
4Lind in July 1945 with his friend Tamara Bodenheimer on his way to Haifa
5Palestine, April 1946: the aspiring author
6Excerpt from the typescript of ‘Vierzig Seiten eines Tagebuchs’
7London, 1962: Lind at his writing desk
8Lind during an exhibition of his paintings at the Fischer Verlag, Frankfurt, 1968
9Jacket design for Counting My Steps
10Lind in front of the Goethehof in Vienna, 1977
11Ink drawing on the ‘Enu’ theme, 1982
12Lind with Peter Turrini and Kirsten Dene, rehearsing at the Alte Schmiede in Vienna
13Lind with his audience during the reading at the Alte Schmiede
14Lind in Vienna for the German-language premiere of Ergo at the Volkstheater in 1996
15Scene from the Volkstheater production of Ergo

Picture credits: We are grateful to Jakov Lind for allowing us to reproduce photographs, artistic works and personal documents illustrating different phases of his career. All items are from his private collection with the exception of Fig. 6, which is reproduced by permission of the Literaturhaus, Vienna; Fig. 12, by permission of Didi Settmann; Figs 13 and 14, by permission of Herbert Neubauer; and Fig. 15, by permission of Martin Vukovits.

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