The Midrashic Impulse and the Contemporary Literary Response to Trauma

The Midrashic Impulse and the Contemporary Literary Response to Trauma

Since the end of World War II we have witnessed countless artistic responses to the Holocaust, yet we remain unable to adequately address the atrocities. While Theodor Adorno later rescinded his comments on the barbaric nature of writing poetry after Auschwitz, The Midrashic Impulse and the Contemporary Literary Response to Trauma begins with the possibility that he was right—that his admonition against poetry warns against employing representational modes that… (more)

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Publisher: Lexington Books (December 06, 2017)

Collection: Lexington Studies in Jewish Literature

Page count: 218 pages

Language: English


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