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Part I. Finding an Appropriate Language: 1. The Hollywood version of the Holocaust 2. Meaningful montage 3. Styles of tension 4. Black humor Part II. Narrative Strategies: 5. The Jew as child 6. In hiding/onstage 7. Beautiful evasions? 8. The condemned and doomed Part III. Responses to Nazi Atrocity: 9. Political resistance 10. The ambiguity of identity 11. The new German guilt Part IV. Shaping Reality: 12. The personal documentary 13. From judgment to illumination Part V. Third Edition Update: 14. The Holocaust as genre 15. Rediscoveries 16. Rescuers in fiction films 17. The ironic touch 18. Dysfunction as distortion: the Holocaust survivor on screen and stage 19. Documentaries of return.