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  • ""In English and in translation from many languages, more than 80 poets -- including Wiesel, Fink, [Sexton, Levi, Milosz, Plath, Spender, Gershon,] Brecht, Yevtushenko, Auden, and Sachs -- give voice to what seems unspeakable. Schiff points out that compelling historical accounts document the facts and numbers, but a poem, like a story, makes us imagine how it felt for one person. These poems are stark and deceptively simple." Booklist."
  • "The works of poets from Europe, Israel and America. In History and Reality, Stephen Spender writes: "She felt a kind of envy for / Those who stood naked in their truth: / Where to be of her people was / To be one of those millions killed.""

  • "Holocaust Poetry"
  • "Holocaust poetry"@en
  • "Holocaust poetry"
  • "Holocaust poetry : an anthology"@en