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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.8.2016.tde-25102016-114552
Document
Author
Full name
Thaís de Santis Rocha
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2016
Supervisor
Committee
Vasconcelos, Jose Antonio (President)
Albieri, Sara
Nunes, Sandra Regina Chaves
Title in Portuguese
Um coração que ainda bate após Auschwitz: um estudo de caso sobre o Holocausto
Keywords in Portuguese
Holocausto
Judeus
Nazismo
Postmemory
Segunda geração
Transferência
Abstract in Portuguese
A presente investigação tem como objetivo estabelecer a relevância da relação dos descendentes do Holocausto com a memória desse evento através da análise da obra Meu coração Ferido, escrita por Martin Doerry. Essa obra retrata a trajetória de uma mulher judia entre 1900 e 1944, mostrando como as medidas nazistas alteraram seu cotidiano, incluindo cartas escritas no período no qual esteve confinada em um campo de concentração. Ela possui um destaque dentro da literatura atual devido a sua narrativa, que mescla textos produzidos na época com a contextualização dos fatos feita pelo autor. Pretende-se apontar como ocorre a transferência desse tipo de memória com descendentes de vítimas do holocausto, mostrando como as gerações posteriores convivem com esse tipo de memória e escrevem sobre a mesma.
Title in English
A heart that still beats after Auschwitz: a case study
Keywords in English
Holocaust
Jews
Nazism
Postmemory
Second generation
Transference
Abstract in English
This research aims to analyze the Holocaust representation possibilities from a biography, "Meu Coração Ferido," written by Martin Doerry, and seek to understand how occur the Nazi understanding of processes during installation and the prospect of separated families war, using as source letters exchanged in the period. During the writing process of this work, the author's purpose was to understand how his grandmother, Lilli Jahn, differed from others who suffered under Nazism, in their struggle for the liberation of the children and their peculiar character and the preservation and protection of the family. The research focuses on the study of how the descendants understand the Holocaust through in their search for an identity for many years silenced.
 
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Publishing Date
2016-10-25
 
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