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050 00 D804.348|b.S23 2015 
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100 1  Sanyal, Debarati,|d1969-|eauthor 
245 10 Memory and complicity :|bmigrations of Holocaust 
       remembrance /|cDebarati Sanyal 
250    First edition 
264  1 New York :|bFordham University Press,|c2015 
300    viii, 341 pages :|billustrations ;|c24 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references (pages 269-331) and 
505 0  Acknowledgments -- Introduction : pathways of memory, 
       dangerous intersections -- A soccer match in Auschwitz : 
       passing trauma in Holocaust studies -- Concentrationary 
       migrations in and around Albert Camus -- Auschwitz as 
       allegory : from Night and fog to Guantánamo Bay -- 
       Crabwalk history : torture, allegory, and memory in Sartre
       -- Reading Nazi memory in Jonathan Littell's The kindly 
       ones -- Holocaust and colonial memory in the age of terror
       : Assia Djebar and Boualem Sansal -- Afterword 
520 2  "Discusses the transcultural uses of Holocaust memory in 
       literature, cinema and theory in the French-speaking world
       from the postwar years to contemporary times. Examines the
       political force and ethical perils of complicity and 
       practices of historical remembrance"--|cProvided by 
520 2  "Since World War II, French and Francophone literature and
       film have repeatedly sought not to singularize the 
       Holocaust as the paradigm of historical trauma but rather 
       to connect its memory with other memories of violence, 
       namely that of colonialism. These works produced what 
       Debarati Sanyal calls a 'memory-in-complicity' attuned to 
       the gray zones that implicate different regimes of 
       violence across history as well as those of different 
       subject positions such as victim, perpetrator, witness, 
       and reader/spectator. Examining a range of works from 
       Albert Camus, Primo Levi, Alain Resnais, and Jean-Paul 
       Sartre to Jonathan Littell, Assia Djebar, Giorgio Agamben,
       and Boualem Sansal, Memory and Complicity develops an 
       inquiry into the political force and ethical dangers of 
       such implications, contrasting them with contemporary 
       models for thinking about trauma and violence and offering
       an extended meditation on the role of aesthetic form, 
       especially allegory, within acts of transhistorical 
       remembrance. What are the political benefits and ethical 
       risks of invoking the memory of one history in order to 
       address another? What is the role of complicity in making 
       these connections? How does complicity, rather than affect
       based discourses of trauma, shame and melancholy, open a 
       critical engagement with the violence of history? What is 
       it about literature and film that have made them such 
       powerful vehicles for this kind of connective memory work?
       As it offers new readings of some of the most celebrated 
       and controversial novelists, filmmakers, and playwrights 
       from the French-speaking world, Memory and Complicity 
       addresses these questions in order to reframe the way we 
       think about historical memory and its political uses 
       today"--|cProvided by publisher 
650  0 Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945)|xHistoriography 
650  0 Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945), in literature 
650  0 Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945), in motion pictures 
650  0 Collective memory|zFrance 
650  0 Collective memory|zFrench-speaking countries 
650  0 Colonization|xSocial aspects 
650  0 Violence|xSocial aspects 
650  0 Art|xPolitical aspects 
650  7 HISTORY / Holocaust.|2bisacsh 
650  7 LITERARY CRITICISM / European / French.|2bisacsh 
650  7 LITERARY CRITICISM / Semiotics & Theory.|2bisacsh 
651  0 France|xIntellectual life 
651  0 French-speaking countries|xIntellectual life 
856 42 |3Book review (H-Net)|u
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