Gender and Destiny: Women Writers and the Holocaust

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Anya by Susan Fromberg Schaeffer. Reprinted by permission of Russell & Volkening, Inc. as agents for the author. Copyright © 1974 by Susan Fromberg Schaeffer (for English-language world rights exclusive of the U.S., its territories and dependencies, and Canada). Reprinted by permission of Macmillan Publishing Company from Anya by Susan Fromberg Schaeffer. Copyright © 1974 by Susan Fromberg Schaeffer (for rights in the U.S., its territories and dependencies, and Canada).

None of Us Will Return by Charlotte Delbo. © 1968 by Grove Press, Inc. Originally published as Aucin de nous ne reviendra by Editions Gonthier, copyright © 1965 by Editions Gonthier, S.A., Geneva.

The Musicians of Auschwitz by Fania Fénelon, translated by Judith Landry, published by Michael Joseph Ltd. (for rights in the British Commonwealth). Fania Fénelon , excerpted from Playing for Time. Copyright © 1977 by Michael Joseph Ltd. and Atheneum Publishers, Inc. Reprinted with the permission of Atheneum Publishers, Inc. (for world rights exclusive of the British Commonwealth).

Excerpts from All But My Life by Gerda Klein. Copyright © 1957, renewed 1985 by Gerda Weissman Klein. Reprinted by permission of Farrar, Straus and Giroux, Inc. (for English-language rights in the U.S. and Canada). Reprinted by permission of Curtis Brown, Ltd. Copyright © 1957 by Gerda Klein (for world rights exclusive of the U.S. and Canada).

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Recent Titles in Contributions in Women's Studies ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Copyright Acknowledgments v
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • Introduction 1
  • Notes 11
  • I Female-Centered Themes: Anatomy and Destiny 13
  • Notes 35
  • II Characterization in Holocaust Narratives 39
  • Notes 77
  • III Inmate Relations in Holocaust Narratives 81
  • Notes 113
  • IV Authenticity 117
  • Notes 134
  • Bibliography 137
  • Index 143
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