Representing Experience in Concentration Camps: A Case in Universal Literature

2011 1616  
This paper reflects a universal approach to the way survivors represent their own experience in concentration camps, proposing a realm of concentrationary literature that offers a wide perspective not only restricted to experience in Nazist camps. The paper is structured methodologically on the analysis of both testimony and literature texts written by victims of historical events such as the Soviet Gulag, french and Nazist concentration camps, with the aim of describing the common formal traits in this type of texts.
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