Tony Harrison and the Holocaust

Tony Harrison and the Holocaust

Antony Rowland argues that the poetry of Tony Harrison is barbaric. The author discusses how Holocaust literature engages with a number of concepts challenged or altered by historical events, such as love, mourning, memory, culture and barbarism.

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