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The Resource Blood to remember : American poets on the Holocaust, edited by Charles Ades Fishman

Blood to remember : American poets on the Holocaust, edited by Charles Ades Fishman

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Blood to remember : American poets on the Holocaust
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Blood to remember
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American poets on the Holocaust
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edited by Charles Ades Fishman
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A collection of approximately four hundred poems about the Holocaust written by 240 American authors
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811
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non fiction
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  • Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945)
  • American poetry
  • Jews
  • American poetry
  • Jews
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Blood to remember : American poets on the Holocaust, edited by Charles Ades Fishman
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http://catdir.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip0720/2007024078.html
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 623-624) and index
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Contents
  • Michael Alpiner
  • Verboten
  • John Amen
  • Pinochle Day
  • Frieda Arkin
  • Morning After a Fight, He Says
  • Brett Axel
  • The Suffering Cuts Both Ways
  • David B. Axelrod
  • We, the Tefillin of Once-Was Europe
  • Preface to the Revised Second Edition
  • Yakov Azriel
  • Kristallnacht, 1991
  • Crystal Bacon
  • Lament for the Gypsies
  • Julius Balbin
  • The Mothertree
  • Stanley H. Barkan
  • Parable of the Jew Without a Name
  • Tony Barnstone
  • Miklos Radnoti, The Rose of Blue Flesh
  • Bicycles Cousins, [Would it have been possible to take in the Jews]
  • Willis Barnstone
  • Ineradicable History and Geography
  • Judith Barrington
  • The Extermination of the Jews, Oft-Seen Photo from the Liberation of Auschwitz
  • Marvin Bell
  • Marjorie Agosin
  • from Inside Dachau
  • Sherman Alexie
  • "Hitler Builds a City for the Jews", Mr. Panitz, Night Travel, Voices in My Skin, Voyage Home
  • Karen Alkalay-Gut
  • David-Horodok, Pebbles from Auschwitz, Postcard from Poland
  • The Feather at Breendonck, The Pallor of Survival, from Seven Fragments on Hearing a Hammer Pounding
  • Laure-Anne Bosselaar
  • Gardens of Smoke
  • Allen Brafman
  • The Hindenburg from This Way to the Gas
  • Rivkah Van K. Brock
  • Learning the ABC's in Wartime Germany, Phoenixes, Schindlerjuden, Speaking for Survivors, Yom Kippur for a Survivor
  • Louis Daniel Brodsky
  • Mengele
  • Michael Dennis Browne
  • Maschlacki
  • Pfennig Postcard, Wrong Address
  • Michael R. Burch
  • At the Jewish Museum
  • Olga Cabral
  • To Gisi Fleischmann
  • Joan Campion
  • Auschwitz, All Hallows, Juliek's Violin, Life Indestructible, Poem for the Artists of the Holocaust, The Postcard of Sophie Scholl
  • Cyrus Cassells
  • The Archivist, Personal to Kaplan
  • Judith Chalmer
  • Lora J. Berg
  • The Gift
  • John Ciardi
  • Juliek's Violin
  • Michael Blumenthal
  • Pitchipoi
  • George Bogin
  • Night Journey to Poland, The Shoah, Triumph of the Dead, Verdi's Requiem Played and Sung by Jews in Terezin Concentration Camp/Summer, 1944
  • Emily Borenstein
  • Dachau Revisited 1971
  • Ruth Daigon
  • There Were Those
  • Susan Dambroff
  • Soup
  • Enid Dame
  • For Miklos Radnoti: 1909-1944
  • Kate Daniels
  • Yellow Starred
  • Sister Mary Philip De Camara
  • Swastika
  • School of Music
  • Theodore Deppe --Name Tag
  • Norita Dittberner-Jax
  • Three Postage Stamps
  • Sharon Dolin
  • On Hearing a String Quartet Written by Prisoners of Theresienstadt
  • Wendy Drexler
  • Istanbul 1967, Memories
  • Shoshana Dubman
  • Shulamith Rereads The Shawl, Shulamith, in White, Shulamith Writes Fuck You
  • David Citino
  • Jehanne Dubrow
  • Vilna 1938
  • Shelley Ehrlich
  • Ad
  • Kenneth Fearing
  • "Grandfather" in Winter
  • Frederick Feirstein
  • from Family History, The Pripet Marshes
  • Irving Feldman
  • Survivor
  • From the Ardeatine Caves
  • Ruth Feldman
  • Eastern Europe After the War, A Jawbone from the Reich, The Silence
  • Charles Ades Fishman
  • I Did Not Know, but I Remember
  • Tamara Fishman
  • Icon, Shipment to Maidanek, Yizkor
  • Ephim Fogel
  • from The Angel of History, from The Notebook of Uprising
  • Carolyn Forche
  • God's Death
  • Vince Clemente
  • Florence W. Freed
  • Quiet Desperation
  • Mike Frenkel
  • Skin
  • Sari Friedman
  • At the Holocaust Museum, The Waiting Room
  • Alice Friman
  • The Tailor
  • Patricia Garfinkel
  • And the Snow Kept Falling, Habry, I Remember Coming into Warsaw, a Child
  • Helen Degen Cohen (Halina Degenfisz)
  • The Gardens
  • David Curzon
  • Rotterdam
  • 1946
  • Thomas A. Goldman
  • Prosciowiece, 1942, There Is No Time, Those Who Remain
  • Rachel Goldstein
  • The Martyrs Are Calling
  • Ber Green
  • How Early Fall Came This Year, Hunger in the Labor Camps, Night in the Labor Camp, What the War Taught My Mother
  • John Z. Guzlowski
  • The Book of Lamentations, Rachel at the Well, Sanctification
  • For Nelly Sachs
  • Leo Haber
  • Being Seemingly Unscathed, Love in a Death Camp
  • Israel I. Halpern
  • Earrings, Requiem
  • Annette Bialik Harchik
  • Day of Remembrance, In Memory of Paul Celan
  • Geoffrey Hartman
  • "It Out-Herods Herod. Pray You, Avoid It.", "More Light! More Light!"
  • Anthony Hecht
  • Chant for All the People on Earth
  • Kinereth Gensler
  • Leslie Woolf Hedley
  • The Blue Parakeet, Harry Lenga, The Wheel
  • Julie N. Heifetz
  • A Jew's Love for Language, The Yiddish I Know
  • Chaia Heller
  • Bandelette de Torah, from Bialystok Stanzas
  • Michael Heller
  • Fried Noodles Topped with Raisins Cinnamon and Vanilla Cream, In Your Lager Dream, Jedwabne, Marked, Shot
  • Stephen Herz
  • Oma
  • from The Akiva poems, Last Night's Doubleheader
  • Walter Hess
  • The Candle, The Legend of the Shoah, Riddle, The Secret, Simple Truths
  • William Heyen
  • Amchu, Yom HaShoah in Florida
  • Rick Hilles
  • Paul Celan: A Grave and Mysterious Sentence
  • Edward Hirsch
  • The Chosen
  • Jean Hollander
  • And There Were Pits, Too Weak to Stand, They Lay, You Know, the Funny Thing Is
  • David Gershator
  • Barbara Helfgott Hyett
  • Dead Men Don't Praise God, I'll Find My Self-Belief, Millions of Dead, Nightsong, Without Jews
  • Jacob Glatstein (Yankev Glatshteyn)
  • Our Father
  • Barbara Goldberg
  • Katherine Janowitz
  • Shoes
  • Sheila Golburgh Johnson
  • Passover at Auschwitz
  • Laurence Josephs
  • After a While, at Theresienstadt, Mezuzah, To My Poem of Hope, Survivor
  • Marilyn Kallet
  • My Holocaust
  • Rodger Kamenetz
  • Medium
  • Keeping the Ground
  • Marc Kaminsky
  • Bramble, Identifications
  • Peretz Kaminsky
  • Kol Nidre
  • Rosa Felsenburg Kaplan
  • Line-Up, My Face Before, The Return
  • Dori Katz
  • from Liberation Recalled
  • Eliot Katz
  • My Mother Doesn't Know Who Allen Ginsberg Is, Who Are We?
  • Thea Iberall
  • Alan Kaufman
  • from Kaddish
  • Melanie Kaye/Kantrowitz
  • The Shower
  • Tsipi Keller
  • Yahrzeit
  • Miriam Kessler
  • Burial, The Spells of Earth
  • Steven Klepetar
  • from Bashert, Solitary Acts
  • 1985
  • Irena Klepfisz
  • Halloween and a Ghost
  • Ruth Kluger
  • After the Holocaust, No Poetry, Onkel Fritz Is Sitting
  • David Koenig
  • In a Small American Town
  • Judith Irwin
  • In a Holocaust Memorial Garden
  • Dan Jaffe
  • The Third Generation
  • The Amsterdam Poem
  • Maxine Kumin
  • A Million Pairs of Shoes
  • Aaron Kurtz
  • Dan's Shoe Repair
  • Christine Lahey
  • Babi Yar
  • Carole Glasser Langille
  • How It Happened, This, My Incarnation
  • Alyssa A. Lappen
  • The Little Boy with His Hands Up, Noemi, Passover Night 1942, You, Who Did Not Survive
  • from During the Eichmann Trial
  • Denise Levertov
  • On a Drawing by Flavio, The Survivor
  • Philip Levine
  • A Few More Things About the Holocaust
  • Leatrice H. Lifshitz
  • Auschwitz Reportaz
  • Alan Lupack
  • There Is One Synagogue Extant in Kiev
  • Yaacov Luria
  • Yala Korwin
  • Opa the Watchmaker
  • Arlene Maass
  • from Holocaust Archives I, from Holocaust Archives II
  • Channah Magori
  • Aunt Betty
  • Sandra Cohen Margulius
  • For the Children
  • David McKain
  • Terezin
  • Robert Mezey
  • Westminster Synagogue, Zudioska
  • The Jews That We are, from Recital
  • Richard Michelson
  • Mame-Loshen, Yiddish, 1945
  • Bernard S. Mikofsky
  • Not Dachau
  • Aaron Miller
  • Aaron Kramer
  • Tannenbaum, 1940, The Name on the Wall, A Freight Yard in Wurzburg, Meditation in the Israelite Cemetery, Wurzburg
  • Norbert Krapf
  • Leaving a Country Behind
  • Carolyn Kreiter-Foronda
  • Lullaby, The Tomatoes
  • Teresa Moszkowicz-Syrop
  • The Balcony, The Last Visa for Palestine, On the Wings of the Wind
  • Elaine Mott
  • Hill Where the Lord Hides, I Wake from a Dream of Killing Hitler
  • Mark Nepo
  • In the Heaven of Night, A Shade of Night, When Israel Went Forth
  • Amos Neufeld
  • Reforger
  • Miriam Offenberg
  • Tsena Tsena, Yiddish
  • The Archivist, Homeland
  • Lois E. Olena
  • Ponar, Villanelle from a Sentence in a Poet's Brief Biography
  • Jacqueline Osherow
  • The Eighth and the Thirteenth, Poem Beginning with a Line by Fitzgerald/Hemingway
  • Alicia Ostriker
  • Auschwitz: Oswiecim
  • Christina Pacosz
  • Landscape near Dachau, Rachel (ra'chal), a Ewe, Response
  • Linda Pastan
  • Marilyn Mohr
  • Photograph of Liberated Prisoner, Dachau, 1945, Yellow Star
  • David Moolten
  • The December Dress, The Teaspoon, At the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
  • Sarah Traister Moskovitz
  • Ghetto Theater, Vilnius, 1941, A Visit to Kaunas
  • Stanley Moss
  • Somewhere in Poland ... Survivor's Lament
  • Heidemarie Pilc
  • Farewell to Europe, Miserere, A Poem for Anton Schmidt, The Ascensions
  • William Pillin
  • The Survivor
  • John C. Pine
  • Ash Wednesday
  • Karl A. Plank
  • I Am Babi Yar
  • Ginger Porter
  • Like Butterflies
  • Heinz Rosenberg on the Platform, Toska
  • Evelyn Posamentier
  • from Darkling, from Dislocations
  • Anna Rabinowitz
  • Houses, A Photograph from 1935, A Song for Herr Hitler, Visitors from America
  • David Ray
  • And Nothing Moved
  • Richard C. Raymond
  • Sweet Savour
  • Barbara Reisner
  • Mark Pawlak
  • Korczak and the Orphans, The Six Million
  • Naomi Replansky
  • U.S. Army Holds Dance for Camp Survivors. Germany, 1945
  • Lisa Ress
  • After Generations After
  • Elaine Reuben
  • from Massacres, from Mass Graves, from Inscriptions: 1944-1956
  • Charles Reznikoff
  • After Claude Lanzmann's Shoah
  • Liliane Richman
  • Thoughts Under the Giant Sequoia, Yom Hazikaron
  • Photograph of Bergen-Belsen, 1945
  • Michael D. Riley
  • Auschwitz
  • Nicholas Rinaldi
  • In Der Nacht (In the Night)
  • Curtis Robbins
  • Pastoral for the Twenty-first Century
  • William Pitt Root
  • Edmund Pennant
  • Perhaps You Wish to Learn Another Language, Words over the Entranceway to Hell
  • Louis Phillips
  • Black Mountain, Growing up Haunted, The Housing Project at Drancy
  • Marge Piercy
  • Almost Beautiful, Anything Chocolate, Homework, My Father's Souvenirs
  • Elizabeth Rosner
  • Dibbukim (Dibbiks), Dos Oysledikn (The Emptying), In the Dark Word, Khurbn, The Other Secret in the Trail of Money, from Peroration for a Lost Town
  • Jerome Rothenberg
  • The Nazi in the Dock, at Sixty
  • Larry Rubin
  • Easy Living in Terezin
  • Mark Rudman
  • The Way to Be Haunted
  • Biff Russ
  • The Lanternman
  • A Scene from Shoah
  • Luada Sandler
  • Aspen Oktoberfest
  • Reg Saner
  • from The Invocation to Kali
  • May Sarton
  • "A lonely man in his greatness"
  • Rebecca Seiferle
  • For Victims
  • David Shapiro
  • Marina Roscher
  • Tattoo
  • Gregg Shapiro
  • Ditty, Natural History
  • Harvey Shapiro
  • In the Absence of Yellow, Holocaust Remembrance Day, Shoshana, Unanswerable Questions
  • Reva Sharon
  • At Dachau with a German Lover
  • Jennifer Rose
  • After That Time, Ritual at Auschwitz
  • Harriet Susskind Rosenblum
  • Birkenau Barracks, The Second Generation, Sosnowiec Visited, Yad Vashem Museum Opening, March 15, 2005
  • Menachem Z. Rosensaft
  • from Lithuania
  • Myra Sklarew
  • Hollow Cost
  • Joan Jobe Smith
  • "City Children at a Summer Camp. Slonim, 1936", "Selma ... a Pot of Soup ... a Bottle of Milk. Lodz, 1938"
  • Kirtland Snyder
  • Another Book on the Holocaust
  • J.R. Solonche
  • from Mengele Shitting, Meyer Tsits and the Children, The Property of the World, What They Saw
  • Jason Sommer
  • Women Bathing at Bergen-Belsen
  • Memories of December
  • Gizela Spunberg
  • November Rain, Visit to the Fatherland
  • Hans Jorg Stahlschmidt
  • The Maiden Aunts
  • Jan Steckel
  • The Three
  • Martin Steingesser
  • Adler, Soap
  • Gerald Stern
  • Enid Shomer
  • Yom Kippur
  • Bradley R. Strahan
  • Who Knows One?
  • Michael Strassfeld
  • Erasing the Blue Numbers, Her Velocity Had Been Taken, Theresienstadt, What a Waste of World
  • Lynn Strongin
  • Because
  • Yerra Sugarman
  • ... And the Earth Rebelled
  • Yuri Suhl
  • Haggadah
  • Dark Whispers, The Line, In Ravensbruck
  • Zahava Z. Sweet
  • Joan I. Siegel
  • Letter to Vienna from Paris, 1942
  • Maurya Simon
  • The Bird, A Story about Chicken Soup
  • Louis Simpson
  • 1939
  • Elaine Terranova
  • Train to Oswiecim
  • Susan Terris
  • Daughter of Survivors
  • Hilary Tham
  • Gaby at the U.N. Observation Post
  • Susan Tichy
  • Auschwitz #1, Auschwitz #6
  • Alfred Van Loen
  • The Niemand Reckoning
  • from Midsummer '81
  • Derek Walcott
  • An Apple for Wolfgang Granjonca
  • George Wallace
  • Dachau Moon
  • Michael Waters
  • Marrowbones, Speak to the Children, Survivor
  • Florence Weinberger
  • The Late Train
  • Theodore Weiss
  • Marie Syrkin
  • The Death Ship, Maria Olt
  • Ruth Whitman
  • Spit
  • C.K. Williams
  • Hating Shakespeare, Math Test
  • Barbara Wind
  • Sanity
  • Betty Wisoff
  • The Drapers: A History Lesson
  • Kenneth Wolman
  • Another Holocaust Poem, For Our Dead, My Mother As Superhero
  • After Forty Years, KZ
  • Carolyne Wright
  • I Remember
  • Undarkened Window
  • The God Hid His Face
  • Rajzel Zychlinsky
  • Marilynn Talal
  • A Pure Breath, Warsaw Epidemic
  • Sean M. Teaford
  • The Jewish Quarter in Budapest, What We Pass On, With the Survivors, The Wounds
  • Philip Terman
Control code
ocn145379640
Dimensions
23 cm
Edition
Rev., 2nd ed.
Extent
637 pages
Isbn
9781568091129
Lccn
2007024078
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(OCoLC)145379640
Label
Blood to remember : American poets on the Holocaust, edited by Charles Ades Fishman
Link
http://catdir.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip0720/2007024078.html
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 623-624) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Michael Alpiner
  • Verboten
  • John Amen
  • Pinochle Day
  • Frieda Arkin
  • Morning After a Fight, He Says
  • Brett Axel
  • The Suffering Cuts Both Ways
  • David B. Axelrod
  • We, the Tefillin of Once-Was Europe
  • Preface to the Revised Second Edition
  • Yakov Azriel
  • Kristallnacht, 1991
  • Crystal Bacon
  • Lament for the Gypsies
  • Julius Balbin
  • The Mothertree
  • Stanley H. Barkan
  • Parable of the Jew Without a Name
  • Tony Barnstone
  • Miklos Radnoti, The Rose of Blue Flesh
  • Bicycles Cousins, [Would it have been possible to take in the Jews]
  • Willis Barnstone
  • Ineradicable History and Geography
  • Judith Barrington
  • The Extermination of the Jews, Oft-Seen Photo from the Liberation of Auschwitz
  • Marvin Bell
  • Marjorie Agosin
  • from Inside Dachau
  • Sherman Alexie
  • "Hitler Builds a City for the Jews", Mr. Panitz, Night Travel, Voices in My Skin, Voyage Home
  • Karen Alkalay-Gut
  • David-Horodok, Pebbles from Auschwitz, Postcard from Poland
  • The Feather at Breendonck, The Pallor of Survival, from Seven Fragments on Hearing a Hammer Pounding
  • Laure-Anne Bosselaar
  • Gardens of Smoke
  • Allen Brafman
  • The Hindenburg from This Way to the Gas
  • Rivkah Van K. Brock
  • Learning the ABC's in Wartime Germany, Phoenixes, Schindlerjuden, Speaking for Survivors, Yom Kippur for a Survivor
  • Louis Daniel Brodsky
  • Mengele
  • Michael Dennis Browne
  • Maschlacki
  • Pfennig Postcard, Wrong Address
  • Michael R. Burch
  • At the Jewish Museum
  • Olga Cabral
  • To Gisi Fleischmann
  • Joan Campion
  • Auschwitz, All Hallows, Juliek's Violin, Life Indestructible, Poem for the Artists of the Holocaust, The Postcard of Sophie Scholl
  • Cyrus Cassells
  • The Archivist, Personal to Kaplan
  • Judith Chalmer
  • Lora J. Berg
  • The Gift
  • John Ciardi
  • Juliek's Violin
  • Michael Blumenthal
  • Pitchipoi
  • George Bogin
  • Night Journey to Poland, The Shoah, Triumph of the Dead, Verdi's Requiem Played and Sung by Jews in Terezin Concentration Camp/Summer, 1944
  • Emily Borenstein
  • Dachau Revisited 1971
  • Ruth Daigon
  • There Were Those
  • Susan Dambroff
  • Soup
  • Enid Dame
  • For Miklos Radnoti: 1909-1944
  • Kate Daniels
  • Yellow Starred
  • Sister Mary Philip De Camara
  • Swastika
  • School of Music
  • Theodore Deppe --Name Tag
  • Norita Dittberner-Jax
  • Three Postage Stamps
  • Sharon Dolin
  • On Hearing a String Quartet Written by Prisoners of Theresienstadt
  • Wendy Drexler
  • Istanbul 1967, Memories
  • Shoshana Dubman
  • Shulamith Rereads The Shawl, Shulamith, in White, Shulamith Writes Fuck You
  • David Citino
  • Jehanne Dubrow
  • Vilna 1938
  • Shelley Ehrlich
  • Ad
  • Kenneth Fearing
  • "Grandfather" in Winter
  • Frederick Feirstein
  • from Family History, The Pripet Marshes
  • Irving Feldman
  • Survivor
  • From the Ardeatine Caves
  • Ruth Feldman
  • Eastern Europe After the War, A Jawbone from the Reich, The Silence
  • Charles Ades Fishman
  • I Did Not Know, but I Remember
  • Tamara Fishman
  • Icon, Shipment to Maidanek, Yizkor
  • Ephim Fogel
  • from The Angel of History, from The Notebook of Uprising
  • Carolyn Forche
  • God's Death
  • Vince Clemente
  • Florence W. Freed
  • Quiet Desperation
  • Mike Frenkel
  • Skin
  • Sari Friedman
  • At the Holocaust Museum, The Waiting Room
  • Alice Friman
  • The Tailor
  • Patricia Garfinkel
  • And the Snow Kept Falling, Habry, I Remember Coming into Warsaw, a Child
  • Helen Degen Cohen (Halina Degenfisz)
  • The Gardens
  • David Curzon
  • Rotterdam
  • 1946
  • Thomas A. Goldman
  • Prosciowiece, 1942, There Is No Time, Those Who Remain
  • Rachel Goldstein
  • The Martyrs Are Calling
  • Ber Green
  • How Early Fall Came This Year, Hunger in the Labor Camps, Night in the Labor Camp, What the War Taught My Mother
  • John Z. Guzlowski
  • The Book of Lamentations, Rachel at the Well, Sanctification
  • For Nelly Sachs
  • Leo Haber
  • Being Seemingly Unscathed, Love in a Death Camp
  • Israel I. Halpern
  • Earrings, Requiem
  • Annette Bialik Harchik
  • Day of Remembrance, In Memory of Paul Celan
  • Geoffrey Hartman
  • "It Out-Herods Herod. Pray You, Avoid It.", "More Light! More Light!"
  • Anthony Hecht
  • Chant for All the People on Earth
  • Kinereth Gensler
  • Leslie Woolf Hedley
  • The Blue Parakeet, Harry Lenga, The Wheel
  • Julie N. Heifetz
  • A Jew's Love for Language, The Yiddish I Know
  • Chaia Heller
  • Bandelette de Torah, from Bialystok Stanzas
  • Michael Heller
  • Fried Noodles Topped with Raisins Cinnamon and Vanilla Cream, In Your Lager Dream, Jedwabne, Marked, Shot
  • Stephen Herz
  • Oma
  • from The Akiva poems, Last Night's Doubleheader
  • Walter Hess
  • The Candle, The Legend of the Shoah, Riddle, The Secret, Simple Truths
  • William Heyen
  • Amchu, Yom HaShoah in Florida
  • Rick Hilles
  • Paul Celan: A Grave and Mysterious Sentence
  • Edward Hirsch
  • The Chosen
  • Jean Hollander
  • And There Were Pits, Too Weak to Stand, They Lay, You Know, the Funny Thing Is
  • David Gershator
  • Barbara Helfgott Hyett
  • Dead Men Don't Praise God, I'll Find My Self-Belief, Millions of Dead, Nightsong, Without Jews
  • Jacob Glatstein (Yankev Glatshteyn)
  • Our Father
  • Barbara Goldberg
  • Katherine Janowitz
  • Shoes
  • Sheila Golburgh Johnson
  • Passover at Auschwitz
  • Laurence Josephs
  • After a While, at Theresienstadt, Mezuzah, To My Poem of Hope, Survivor
  • Marilyn Kallet
  • My Holocaust
  • Rodger Kamenetz
  • Medium
  • Keeping the Ground
  • Marc Kaminsky
  • Bramble, Identifications
  • Peretz Kaminsky
  • Kol Nidre
  • Rosa Felsenburg Kaplan
  • Line-Up, My Face Before, The Return
  • Dori Katz
  • from Liberation Recalled
  • Eliot Katz
  • My Mother Doesn't Know Who Allen Ginsberg Is, Who Are We?
  • Thea Iberall
  • Alan Kaufman
  • from Kaddish
  • Melanie Kaye/Kantrowitz
  • The Shower
  • Tsipi Keller
  • Yahrzeit
  • Miriam Kessler
  • Burial, The Spells of Earth
  • Steven Klepetar
  • from Bashert, Solitary Acts
  • 1985
  • Irena Klepfisz
  • Halloween and a Ghost
  • Ruth Kluger
  • After the Holocaust, No Poetry, Onkel Fritz Is Sitting
  • David Koenig
  • In a Small American Town
  • Judith Irwin
  • In a Holocaust Memorial Garden
  • Dan Jaffe
  • The Third Generation
  • The Amsterdam Poem
  • Maxine Kumin
  • A Million Pairs of Shoes
  • Aaron Kurtz
  • Dan's Shoe Repair
  • Christine Lahey
  • Babi Yar
  • Carole Glasser Langille
  • How It Happened, This, My Incarnation
  • Alyssa A. Lappen
  • The Little Boy with His Hands Up, Noemi, Passover Night 1942, You, Who Did Not Survive
  • from During the Eichmann Trial
  • Denise Levertov
  • On a Drawing by Flavio, The Survivor
  • Philip Levine
  • A Few More Things About the Holocaust
  • Leatrice H. Lifshitz
  • Auschwitz Reportaz
  • Alan Lupack
  • There Is One Synagogue Extant in Kiev
  • Yaacov Luria
  • Yala Korwin
  • Opa the Watchmaker
  • Arlene Maass
  • from Holocaust Archives I, from Holocaust Archives II
  • Channah Magori
  • Aunt Betty
  • Sandra Cohen Margulius
  • For the Children
  • David McKain
  • Terezin
  • Robert Mezey
  • Westminster Synagogue, Zudioska
  • The Jews That We are, from Recital
  • Richard Michelson
  • Mame-Loshen, Yiddish, 1945
  • Bernard S. Mikofsky
  • Not Dachau
  • Aaron Miller
  • Aaron Kramer
  • Tannenbaum, 1940, The Name on the Wall, A Freight Yard in Wurzburg, Meditation in the Israelite Cemetery, Wurzburg
  • Norbert Krapf
  • Leaving a Country Behind
  • Carolyn Kreiter-Foronda
  • Lullaby, The Tomatoes
  • Teresa Moszkowicz-Syrop
  • The Balcony, The Last Visa for Palestine, On the Wings of the Wind
  • Elaine Mott
  • Hill Where the Lord Hides, I Wake from a Dream of Killing Hitler
  • Mark Nepo
  • In the Heaven of Night, A Shade of Night, When Israel Went Forth
  • Amos Neufeld
  • Reforger
  • Miriam Offenberg
  • Tsena Tsena, Yiddish
  • The Archivist, Homeland
  • Lois E. Olena
  • Ponar, Villanelle from a Sentence in a Poet's Brief Biography
  • Jacqueline Osherow
  • The Eighth and the Thirteenth, Poem Beginning with a Line by Fitzgerald/Hemingway
  • Alicia Ostriker
  • Auschwitz: Oswiecim
  • Christina Pacosz
  • Landscape near Dachau, Rachel (ra'chal), a Ewe, Response
  • Linda Pastan
  • Marilyn Mohr
  • Photograph of Liberated Prisoner, Dachau, 1945, Yellow Star
  • David Moolten
  • The December Dress, The Teaspoon, At the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
  • Sarah Traister Moskovitz
  • Ghetto Theater, Vilnius, 1941, A Visit to Kaunas
  • Stanley Moss
  • Somewhere in Poland ... Survivor's Lament
  • Heidemarie Pilc
  • Farewell to Europe, Miserere, A Poem for Anton Schmidt, The Ascensions
  • William Pillin
  • The Survivor
  • John C. Pine
  • Ash Wednesday
  • Karl A. Plank
  • I Am Babi Yar
  • Ginger Porter
  • Like Butterflies
  • Heinz Rosenberg on the Platform, Toska
  • Evelyn Posamentier
  • from Darkling, from Dislocations
  • Anna Rabinowitz
  • Houses, A Photograph from 1935, A Song for Herr Hitler, Visitors from America
  • David Ray
  • And Nothing Moved
  • Richard C. Raymond
  • Sweet Savour
  • Barbara Reisner
  • Mark Pawlak
  • Korczak and the Orphans, The Six Million
  • Naomi Replansky
  • U.S. Army Holds Dance for Camp Survivors. Germany, 1945
  • Lisa Ress
  • After Generations After
  • Elaine Reuben
  • from Massacres, from Mass Graves, from Inscriptions: 1944-1956
  • Charles Reznikoff
  • After Claude Lanzmann's Shoah
  • Liliane Richman
  • Thoughts Under the Giant Sequoia, Yom Hazikaron
  • Photograph of Bergen-Belsen, 1945
  • Michael D. Riley
  • Auschwitz
  • Nicholas Rinaldi
  • In Der Nacht (In the Night)
  • Curtis Robbins
  • Pastoral for the Twenty-first Century
  • William Pitt Root
  • Edmund Pennant
  • Perhaps You Wish to Learn Another Language, Words over the Entranceway to Hell
  • Louis Phillips
  • Black Mountain, Growing up Haunted, The Housing Project at Drancy
  • Marge Piercy
  • Almost Beautiful, Anything Chocolate, Homework, My Father's Souvenirs
  • Elizabeth Rosner
  • Dibbukim (Dibbiks), Dos Oysledikn (The Emptying), In the Dark Word, Khurbn, The Other Secret in the Trail of Money, from Peroration for a Lost Town
  • Jerome Rothenberg
  • The Nazi in the Dock, at Sixty
  • Larry Rubin
  • Easy Living in Terezin
  • Mark Rudman
  • The Way to Be Haunted
  • Biff Russ
  • The Lanternman
  • A Scene from Shoah
  • Luada Sandler
  • Aspen Oktoberfest
  • Reg Saner
  • from The Invocation to Kali
  • May Sarton
  • "A lonely man in his greatness"
  • Rebecca Seiferle
  • For Victims
  • David Shapiro
  • Marina Roscher
  • Tattoo
  • Gregg Shapiro
  • Ditty, Natural History
  • Harvey Shapiro
  • In the Absence of Yellow, Holocaust Remembrance Day, Shoshana, Unanswerable Questions
  • Reva Sharon
  • At Dachau with a German Lover
  • Jennifer Rose
  • After That Time, Ritual at Auschwitz
  • Harriet Susskind Rosenblum
  • Birkenau Barracks, The Second Generation, Sosnowiec Visited, Yad Vashem Museum Opening, March 15, 2005
  • Menachem Z. Rosensaft
  • from Lithuania
  • Myra Sklarew
  • Hollow Cost
  • Joan Jobe Smith
  • "City Children at a Summer Camp. Slonim, 1936", "Selma ... a Pot of Soup ... a Bottle of Milk. Lodz, 1938"
  • Kirtland Snyder
  • Another Book on the Holocaust
  • J.R. Solonche
  • from Mengele Shitting, Meyer Tsits and the Children, The Property of the World, What They Saw
  • Jason Sommer
  • Women Bathing at Bergen-Belsen
  • Memories of December
  • Gizela Spunberg
  • November Rain, Visit to the Fatherland
  • Hans Jorg Stahlschmidt
  • The Maiden Aunts
  • Jan Steckel
  • The Three
  • Martin Steingesser
  • Adler, Soap
  • Gerald Stern
  • Enid Shomer
  • Yom Kippur
  • Bradley R. Strahan
  • Who Knows One?
  • Michael Strassfeld
  • Erasing the Blue Numbers, Her Velocity Had Been Taken, Theresienstadt, What a Waste of World
  • Lynn Strongin
  • Because
  • Yerra Sugarman
  • ... And the Earth Rebelled
  • Yuri Suhl
  • Haggadah
  • Dark Whispers, The Line, In Ravensbruck
  • Zahava Z. Sweet
  • Joan I. Siegel
  • Letter to Vienna from Paris, 1942
  • Maurya Simon
  • The Bird, A Story about Chicken Soup
  • Louis Simpson
  • 1939
  • Elaine Terranova
  • Train to Oswiecim
  • Susan Terris
  • Daughter of Survivors
  • Hilary Tham
  • Gaby at the U.N. Observation Post
  • Susan Tichy
  • Auschwitz #1, Auschwitz #6
  • Alfred Van Loen
  • The Niemand Reckoning
  • from Midsummer '81
  • Derek Walcott
  • An Apple for Wolfgang Granjonca
  • George Wallace
  • Dachau Moon
  • Michael Waters
  • Marrowbones, Speak to the Children, Survivor
  • Florence Weinberger
  • The Late Train
  • Theodore Weiss
  • Marie Syrkin
  • The Death Ship, Maria Olt
  • Ruth Whitman
  • Spit
  • C.K. Williams
  • Hating Shakespeare, Math Test
  • Barbara Wind
  • Sanity
  • Betty Wisoff
  • The Drapers: A History Lesson
  • Kenneth Wolman
  • Another Holocaust Poem, For Our Dead, My Mother As Superhero
  • After Forty Years, KZ
  • Carolyne Wright
  • I Remember
  • Undarkened Window
  • The God Hid His Face
  • Rajzel Zychlinsky
  • Marilynn Talal
  • A Pure Breath, Warsaw Epidemic
  • Sean M. Teaford
  • The Jewish Quarter in Budapest, What We Pass On, With the Survivors, The Wounds
  • Philip Terman
Control code
ocn145379640
Dimensions
23 cm
Edition
Rev., 2nd ed.
Extent
637 pages
Isbn
9781568091129
Lccn
2007024078
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(OCoLC)145379640

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