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Voices from the Warsaw Ghetto [electronic resource] : writing our history /
edited and with an introduction by David G. Roskies ; foreword by Samuel D. Kassow.
New Haven ; London : Yale University Press, [2019]
xxv, 247 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
9780300236729 (hardcover : alk. paper)
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New Haven ; London : Yale University Press, [2019]
9780300236729 (hardcover : alk. paper)
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contents note
Oyneg Shabes / Emanuel Ringelblum -- Telephone / Władysław Szlengel -- I speak to your openly, child / Josef Kirman -- Ghetto folklore / Shimon Huberband -- House no. 21 / Peretz Opoczynski -- Chronicle of a single day / Leyb Goldin -- From scroll of agony / Chaim A. Kaplan -- Charcoal and watercolor sketches (1939-42) / Gela Seksztajn -- The little smuggler / Henryka Łazowert -- Hershek / Stepania Gradzińska -- Song of hunger and songs of the cold / Yitzhak Katzenelson -- From holy fire / Rabbi Kalonymus Shapira -- From the Notebooks and diary of the great deportation / Abraham Lewin -- Last testament / Israel Lichtenstein -- What can I possibly say and ask for at this moment? / Gela Seksztajn -- 4580 / Yehoshue Perle -- Things and counterattack / Władysław Szlengle -- The ghetto in flames / "Maor" -- Yizkor, 1943 / Rachel Auerbach.
general note
"A companion volume to the Posen Library of Jewish Culture and Civilization."
"Hidden in metal containers and buried underground during World War II, these writings from the Warsaw Ghetto record the Holocaust in the words of its first interpreters, the victims themselves. Gathered clandestinely by an underground ghetto collective called Oyneg Shabes, this anthology comprises reportage, diaries, prose, poems, jokes, and sermons that capture the heroism, tragedy, humor, and social dynamics of the ghetto."--Front dust jacket flap.
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 245-247).

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