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In the years immediately following World War II, writers and artists began to confront the daunting task of describing the seemingly indescribable world of the ghettos and concentration camps. Since that time some critics have argued that an artistic response to these atrocities could never be adequately rendered on the page. Many authors and artists, though, have felt compelled to represent and interpret these stories, as a form of testament and as a way to memorialize those silenced by the Nazis.

Memory, Representation & Meaning US Holocaust Memorial Museum

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In the years immediately following World War II, writers and artists began to confront the daunting task of describing the seemingly indescribable world of the ghettos and concentration camps. Since that time some critics have argued that an artistic response to these atrocities could never be adequately rendered on the page. Many authors and artists, though, have felt compelled to represent and interpret these stories, as a form of testament and as a way to memorialize those silenced by the Nazis.

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