Dr. Susanne Lenné Jones holds a Ph.D. in German Studies from the University of Cincinnati. She is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Foreign Languages and Literature at East Carolina University, NC.
2013 0-7734-4292-8 The incorporation of photography into German literary texts dealing with the years between 1933 and 1945 is an important innovative technique that offers insights relating to questions of truth, authenticity, and opportunities for personal engagement in the visual and textual representations of the catastrophe that still haunts us today.
This book fills a void in contemporary scholarship by providing an
in-depth analyses of three major German-language writers and their literary reflections of the Holocaust. It examines important insights into the limits of memory on the effects of this historical catastrophe on those born afterwards and the blending of text and image in the search for truth and authenticity.