by Peter Filkins
Oxford University Press
After surviving Theresienstadt and Auschwitz, H.G. Adler (1910-88), vividly captured the experience in over two dozen books. And yet he remained almost entirely unknown. A writer of modernist novels, pioneering works on the Holocaust, and a last representative of Kafka’s Prague, Adler was a man whose times lived through him.
- The story of one of the first and most important writers on the Holocaust
- Adler’s is the story of a generation and of a world now lost to one of history’s darkest chapters
- Adler’s is also the story of a mind that saw how history was shaped by social forces that are still threats
Published: May 2019
Hardback |416 Pages with 54 photographs
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