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Holocaust Representations: Tadeusz Borowski's This Way for the Gas, Ladies and Gentlemen

After reading, This Way for the Gas, Ladies and Gentlemen, by Tadeusz Borowski, I am provoked by many questions.

What do we do with fictional Representations of the Holocaust? 539 more words

Literature Musings

“It is what it is” or things T. W. Adorno would have hated

By Rick Elmore

There are few phrases I dislike more than “it is what it is.” It grates me something awful. However, if there is one person that would have hated it more than any of us, it’s T. 1,143 more words

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From an interview with Will Self:

I did an English S level – this is back in the seventies obviously – and deconstruction was just coming in and I started getting acquainted with things like that when I was in my teens, and thought ‘woo, no’ for all sorts of reasons. 335 more words

Lineas con cristal

Detalle arquitectónico de metal y cristal en el hospital San José, localizado en Monterrey Nuevo León.

Abstract

Robin Williams and The Post-Holocaust Schlemiel in “Jacob the Liar”

Both Roberto Benigni and Robin Williams are popular, internationally acclaimed comedic actors. Their work does a lot to open up the possibilities of comedy and expand its scope. 1,834 more words

nächstes Level

Eben gerade hatte ich die Erkenntnis. es war wie früher; als ich noch zur Fachoberschule Gestaltung ging und davon träumte meine Zeichnungen irgendwem als Kunst zu verkaufen. 137 more words

“the lack of the […] concept of the superego … underlies Adorno’s […] reduction of the […] fascist crowd to an effect of conscious manipulation.” – Slavoj Zizek, 1994

Super-ego