Holocaust Memorial Lecture: 'Lost' Between Memory and History: Writing the Holocaust for the Next Generation
Professor Mendelsohn, author of "The Lost" will explore the meaning of the Holocaust as both a historical and literary event as time passes and the event belongs to a new generation of writers, and readers, who no longer have direct contact with the event itself.
Daniel Mendelsohn, is an internationally known bestselling author and award-winning critic and essayist. His New York Times Best Seller, The Lost: A Search for Six of Six Million, is the story of his search for the truth behind his family’s tragic past during the Holocaust.
Join us for this evocative evening with a master writer.
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