How literary texts shaped the early memory of the Holocaust in
the lands of the perpetrators. Narrative and dramatic strategies
of authors in East Germany (Bruno Apitz, Jurek Becker), West Germany
(Peter Weiss, Rolf Hochhuth), and Austria (Ilse Aichinger, Christoph
Ransmayr) who resisted the official discourse on the Holocaust and
contributed to shaping its memory today. Readings in German. Prerequisite:
GERLANG 3 or equivalent.
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