Interior Freedom in the French-language Poetry Written in the Concentration Camps (1943-45)
Interior Freedom in the French-language Poetry Written in the Concentration Camps (1943-45) Abstract: Adorno’s controversial declaration that ‘to write poetry after Auschwitz is barbaric’ kindled debates on the Holocaust and literature that persist to this day. A number of critics, including Alvin Rosenfeld and Antony Rowland, have argued that conventional poetics and aesthetics are deeply problematised, even incapacitated, by the horrific nature of the ...[Show more]
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