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Ghosts of The Holocaust

Ghosts of The Holocaust

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  • Wed 3 Apr ’19, 6:00pm – 7:30pm


The Round Room, Massey University Gate 1 Albany Campus, Albany


All Ages

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  • Free Admission

Ghosts of the Holocaust: The haunting of contemporary French fiction.

Associate Professor: France Grenaudier-Klijn.

The Holocaust continues to haunt French culture and society, reflected in a number of recent novels featuring ‘protagonists’ of the Shoah (the Holocaust), be they victims, perpetrators or witnesses.

Confronting the past, particularly an emotionally laden and traumatic atrocity like the Holocaust, is challenging. Focussing on four recent French novels, French literature and language expert France Grenaudier-Klijn examines aesthetic and ethical dilemmas their authors negotiated in confronting its history.

She will also place these novels within a broader French political and socio-cultural landscape, attempting to define some factors contributing to the presence of these ghosts in contemporary French fiction.

Doors open at 6pm. Lecture runs 6.30pm to 7.30pm.

Free parking onsite.
Light refreshments provided.

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