Originally published in French in 1976, Origins was the winner of the coveted Prix Broquette-Gonin of the AcadÃ©mie Francaise. In close collaboration with the author, this meticulously crafted translation was created in the early 1990s, but SchÃ¼rmannâs premature death in 1993 prevented its publication process and, as a result, one of the most important literary accounts of the conflicted process of coming to terms with the Holocaust and Germanyâs Nazi past has been unavailable to English readers until now. Candid and frank, filled with fury and caustic sarcasm, Origins offers insight into a generation caught between disappointment and rage, alignment and rebellion, guilt and obsession with the past.
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