(photo credit: FRANÇOISE OUZAN)
“How Young Holocaust Survivors Rebuilt Their Lives, France, The United States, and Israel“ by Françoise Ouzan brilliantly demonstrates the transformation of individuals from victims to social actors in three distinct countries. But it’s so much more. It raises a number of questions that are meaningful to us. How do people learn through the journey of life stories and rise above their own personal traumas, regardless of the nature of the trauma? How do people transform emotional wounds into personal and social achievements?
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