'Working through' and 'awkward poetics' in Second Generation Poetry

Lily Brett, Anne Michaels, Raymond Federman

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  • 1 Royal Holloway, University of London R.Eaglestone@rhul.ac.uk
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The aim of this article is to explore a tension in understanding post-Holocaust writing, specifically Second Generation poetry, between the idea of ‘working through’ and the complexities of post-Holocaust writing that Antony Rowland describes as ‘awkward poetics’, the ‘noncathartic artistry of disaster’.

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