Canadian Jewish Studies
Études juives canadiennes
Special issue on Canadian Holocaust Literature
Guest Co-Editors: Ruth Panofsky and Goldie Morgentaler
This special issue of Canadian Jewish Studies/Études juives canadiennes, a peer-reviewed journal published by the Association for Canadian Jewish Studies/l’Association d’études juives canadiennes, is devoted to the subject of Canadian Holocaust Literature. It includes scholarly essays by Norman Ravvin and Jesse Toufexis on the fiction of Chava Rosenfarb; Nathalie Dolbec on the memoir Eva et Ruda: récit à deux voix de survivants de l'Holocauste by Eva Roden and Rudolph Roden; Catherine Khordoc on the essays of Monique Bosco; Lucas F.W. Wilson on the memoir I Was a Child of Holocaust Survivors by Bernice Eisenstein; Sara Monahan and Brenda Beckman-Long on the novel Fugitive Pieces by Anne Michaels; Joanna Krongold on Canadian Holocaust Literature for young people; and Anne Quéma on the poetry of Louise Dupré, Chus Pato, and Erín Moure.
This special issue brings together for the first time a series of essays that examine Canadian Holocaust Literature.