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- "Everything was a void." New order and social chaos -- "There are no Jews here." The language of de-Judaization -- To whom does it belong? Ownership and doubts -- Resentment and compassion -- The antechamber of mystery -- Liberalization, nationalism, and erasure -- Profanation and dirt -- Residual presence -- Anxiety and rediscovery -- The dialectics of preservation -- Conclusions. Enduring ambivalence.
Weizman, Yechiel, 1982- author.
Unsettled heritage : living next to Poland's material Jewish traces after the Holocaust / Yechiel Weizman.
Ithaca [New York] : Cornell University Press, 2022.
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Print version: Weizman, Yechiel, 1982- Unsettled heritage Ithaca [New York] : Cornell University Press, 2022 9781501761744 (DLC) 2021015201