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Preventing Auschwitz From Happening Again

Many attempts have been made since the end of World War II to represent the Holocaust, an event so traumatic that some believe it cannot be represented at all. The approaches range from historical representations, survivor accounts, theoretical and psychological representations to cultural representations including music, film, art, literature, and poetry. But is it sufficient to search for reasons and explanations to understand a catastrophe like the mass murder of the European Jewry? How can words, images, or historical facts express Auschwitz? Can literary representations and film make a difference in regards to accomplishing the ultimate goal of preventing Auschwitz from happening again?

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