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Auschwitz in Contemporary Popular Literature : Assessment of the Phenomenon, Wanda Witek-Malicka , single work criticism

'Over the last couple of months, one could observe a real flood of publications about Auschwitz on the book market. However, these are not scientific literature, but literary products, which, given their form and subject matter, ought to be classified as historical novels. [...] The phenomenon became the inspiration for writing this text, the aim of which is not only to review contemporary novels but above all to assess the phenomenon of this peculiar "fashion for Auschwitz literature" on the example of several selected works.'

Source: Introduction.

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