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“Ordinary Life” in Extraordinary Times
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Matters of religion and tradition are also woven naturally into the overall picture, because, for Poznanski, it is important to know not only on what kinds of beds the Jews slept in the Rivesaltes camp, but also what the observant Jews ate, how many religious lessons they received in the camp, whether rabbis permitted greater leniency concerning religious commandments for Jews in the camp, and so on.
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I would go so far as to say that, in doing so, the author is also expressing her anger at the fact that the French and the Germans contaminated those very places, that symbolize the glory of French culture.
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Her book rests on the foundations laid by her predecessors, accepts in general the framework of the period and its central problems, and does not endeavor to challenge accepted conventions. Vintage,p. Similarly, when discussing the effects of the hard times on the French people, she continually refers to the existential problem of the outcast.
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