Fear and Hope : Three Generations of the Holocaust / Dan Bar-On.
Bar-On, Dan (författare)
- ISBN 9780674418912
- Publicerad: Cambridge, Mass. Harvard University Press, 
- Copyright: ©1995
- Engelska 1 online resource(372p.)
Ingår i: HUP eBook Package Archive 1893-1999. - De Gruyter. - 978-3-11-044221-2
- Relaterad länk:
- Frontmatter -- Contents -- The Interviewees -- Author’s Note -- Prologue -- Introduction -- 1. THE BELINSKYS / Milo, Tova -- 2. THE LERMANS / Dvir-Malka, Bosmat -- 3. THE ANISEVITCHES / Gil’ad, Noga -- 4. THE SEGALS / Dvir-Malka, Bosmat -- 5. THE GUETTAS / Gil’ad, Noga -- Epilogue -- APPENDIX -- Notes -- References -- Index.
- From survivors to grandchildren, members of families who survived the Holocaust, emigrated to Israel, and started families there tell their own stories. The three generations reveal their different ways of confronting the original trauma of the Holocaust. A unique account of the interplay between individual biography and wider social and cultural processes, Fear and Hope offers a fresh perspective on the transgenerational effects of trauma.
- Genia spent two years in Auschwitz. Ze'ev fought with the Partisans. Olga hid in the Aryan section of Warsaw. Anya fled to Russia. Laura lived in Libya under the Italian fascist regime. All five survived the Holocaust, emigrated to Israel, and started families there. How the traumatic experience of these survivors has been transmitted, even transformed, from one generation to the next is the focus of Fear and Hope. From survivors to grandchildren, members of these families narrate their own stories across three generations, revealing their different ways of confronting the original trauma of the Holocaust. Dan Bar-On's biographical analyses of these life stories identify several main themes that run throughout: how family members reconstruct major life events in their narratives, what stories remain untold, and what is remembered and what forgotten. Together, these life stories and analyses eloquently explore the intergenerational reverberations of the Holocaust, particularly the ongoing tension between achieving renewal in the present and preserving the past. We learn firsthand that the third generation often exerts a healing influence in these families: their spontaneous questions open blocked communications between their parents and their grandparents. And we see that those in the second generation, often viewed as passive recipients of familial fallout from the Holocaust, actually play a complex and active role in navigating between their parents and their children. This book has implications far beyond the horrific reality at its heart. A unique account of the interplay between individual biography and wider social and cultural processes, Fear and Hope offers a fresh perspective on the transgenerational effects of trauma--and new hope for families facing the formidable task of "working through."
- Biographies (Biography) (LCSH)
- Children of Holocaust survivors. (LCSH)
- Erlebnisbericht. (LCSH)
- Geschichte Europas. (LCSH)
- Holocaust. (LCSH)
- Judenvernichtung. (LCSH)
- Konzentrationslager. (LCSH)
- Nachkomme. (LCSH)
- Overlevenden. (LCSH)
- Uberlebender. (LCSH)
- Social Sciences.
- Sociology, other.
- Children of Holocaust survivors -- Israel -- Biography.
- Enfants de survivants de l'Holocauste -- Israël -- Biographies.
- Holocaust survivors -- Israel -- Biography.
- Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Personal narratives.
- Holocauste, 1939-1945 -- Récits personnels.
- Survivants de l'Holocauste -- Israël -- Biographies.
- D804.3 (LCC)
- PSY000000 (ämneskategori)
- SOC (ämneskategori)
- SOC (ämneskategori)
- 940.53/18/0922 (DDC)
- 940.53/18/0922 B (DDC)
- Koafh-a.54 (kssb/8 (machine generated))
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