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Table of Contents

  • <b>Reading and the Holocaust</b>
  • 1: 'Not read and consumed in the same way as other books': Identification and the Genre of Testimony
  • 2: Traces of Experience: The Texts of Testimony
  • 3: 'Faithful and doubtful, near and far': Memory, Postmemory, and Identity
  • 4: Holocaust Reading: Memory and Identification in Holocaust Fiction 1990-2003
  • <b>Holocaust Metahistories</b>
  • 5: Against Historicism: History, Memory, and Truth
  • 6: 'Are Footnotes Less Barbaric?': History, Memory, and the Truth of the Holocaust in the Work of Saul Friedländer
  • 7: ' What Constitutes a Historical Explanation?': Metahistory and the Limits of Historical Explanation in the Goldhagen/Browning Controversy
  • 8: The Metahistory of Denial: The Irving/Lipstadt Libel Case and Holocaust Denial
  • <b>The Trace of the Holocaust</b>
  • 9: Inexhaustible Meaning, Inextinguishable Voices: Levinas and the Holocaust
  • 10: Cinders of Philosophy, Philosophy of Cinders: Derrida and the Trace of the Holocaust
  • 11: The Limits of Understanding: Perpetrator Philosophy and Philosophical Histories
  • 12: The Postmodern, the Holocaust, and the Limits of the Human

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