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ore than seven decades have elapsed since the horrible Nazi machine was set into motion and, although some thinkers claim that "it is time to leave Auschwitz behind" (Burg 2008: 210), many of the debates concerning its representation and transmission still echo in contemporary societies. Among all the complex questions that the Holocaust brings to the fore, this article will focus on the conflicts over the role of history, testimony and literature in depicting the Holocaust and the traditionalfatcat:vzbrproobzbldfkcknl7n3svru