|Self-Portrait of a Holocaust Survivor||Werner Weinberg||Werner Weinberg’s scholarship was prodigious, yielding monographs on ancient Hebrew epigraphy and biblical exegesis; the syntax of Rabbinic Hebrew; medieval grammars; and numerous studies on various aspects of Modern Hebrew. Both Weinberg and his wife Lisl survived internment at the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp. These essays convey Weinberg’s ongoing struggle to put into words something that might offer understanding to post-Holocaust generations. But they’re also about a survivor’s own desire for meaning and sense in a senseless world.
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