In 1945, the American Jewish author Zelda Popkin visited displaced persons camps in Europe and encountered Jewish survivors. For the rest of her life, in letters, novels, articles, and her autobiography, she repeatedly recast these encounters in ways that both reflect the changing American view of the Holocaust and the unique perspective of an American Jewish woman on the subject.
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