This collection of essays, articles, and interviews show the impact of Schindler and the international effect of his story.
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Thomas Fensch is Warner Professor at Sam Houston State University.From Booklist:
Schindler's List, the movie based on the nonfiction novel based on the life of the German businessman who saved scores of Jews from the Holocaust, has become a beginning study "text" for individuals and school, college, and independent learning classes alike. This is a casebook to aid such study. It corrals two immediately postwar journalists' testimonies about the man Schindler, three pieces on Thomas Keneally's book, more than 140 pages of reviews of and reportage on Steven Spielberg's film, and more than 50 pages of journalistic punditry on the Holocaust that the movie's success provoked. An annotated bibliography of Holocaust writings concludes the solid, popularly oriented (the heaviest reading here comes from The New Yorker) collection. Ray Olson
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