The Usual Suspects : Jewish Magical Realism, Trauma and the Holocaust

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Symbolism. De Gruyter. 2013, 12/13, pp. 210-230. ISSN 1528-3623. eISSN 2195-5115. Available under: doi: 10.1515/9783110297201.210
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Jewish magical realism is often associated immediately with the historical trauma of the Holocaust. This article sets out to point to some of the problems and limitations such an interpretive approach may bring. After a reconsideration of the allegedly inherent subversive qualities of the mode and a discussion of its frequent association with trauma narratives, especially in the case of Jewish texts engaging with the Holocaust, the discussion will focus on two examples, Michael Chabon’s 'The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay' (2000) and Jonathan Safran Foer’s 'Everything Is Illuminated' (2002). The aim throughout is to caution against rashly reproducing familiar interpretive maneuvers, which may be in need of reassessment in face of recent fictions like the ones under discussion in this article.

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ISO 690HUBER, Irmtraud, 2013. The Usual Suspects : Jewish Magical Realism, Trauma and the Holocaust. In: Symbolism. De Gruyter. 2013, 12/13, pp. 210-230. ISSN 1528-3623. eISSN 2195-5115. Available under: doi: 10.1515/9783110297201.210
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  year={2013},
  doi={10.1515/9783110297201.210},
  title={The Usual Suspects : Jewish Magical Realism, Trauma and the Holocaust},
  volume={12/13},
  issn={1528-3623},
  journal={Symbolism},
  pages={210--230},
  author={Huber, Irmtraud}
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