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For Further Reading

Bauer, Yehuda, and Nili Keren, History of the Holocaust, Franklin Watts, 2002.

This book is accessible to high school students and gives a thorough account of Jewish history, culminating with detailed information about how and why the Holocaust occurred.

Dalos, György, Günther Grass, and Imre Kertész, “Parallel Lives,” in Hungarian Quarterly, Vol. 45, No. 175, Autumn 2004, pp. 34-47.

In the following interview, Grass and Kertész compare the differences and similarities in their lives.

Siegal, Aranka, Upon the Head of the Goat: A Childhood in Hungary, 1939-1944, Puffin, 1994.

This book is a memoir of a Hungarian girl who was sent to a concentration camp and survived to tell her story.

Spiró, György, “In Art Only the Radical Exists,” in Hungarian Quarterly, Vol. 43, No. 168, Winter 2002, pp. 29-37.

In this article, Spiró writes about his old friend Kertész, offering...

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