Born After


Born After Simultaneously An Inquiry Into The Relationship Between History And Memory And A Reflection On This Relationship Through The Personal Narrative Of A Postwar German Intellectual, Born After Reckoning With The German Past Addresses Questions Of Identity By Asking Readers To Think Differently About A History They Believe They Already KnowPredicated, Formally And Conceptually, On TW Adorno S Challenge That Germans Must Engage History After Auschwitz Subjectively, Born After Explores The Intergenerational Dynamics Of A German Family Before And After The Nazi Years Arguing That What We Accept As History Is Not Just What Happened, But Includes The Structures Of Feeling Shaped By The Impact Of Particular Events, It Inflects Questions About History What Happened With Questions About Ethics What Could They And What Would We Have Done

Born After

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