"A deeper and a calmer feeling": Poetry and the emotional memory of the Holocaust

Damien Freeman, Principal Policy Advisor at the institute, discusses Betyna Bock’s collection of poems in And I Shall Live. In her poems, Bock evokes those early moments of her life that are unique — the shock, surprise, and terror experienced by a child of Holocaust survivors.

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