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I can't help with references, but I was reminded of my astonishment after
seeing this film and realizing that the word "Jew" or "Jewish" doesn't
ever appear in the narration. Not once. Has anyone written/commented on
this? It's even more surprising (or maybe not) given the way the French
government recently made the film mandatory viewing for high school
students - this was seen as a huge step forward in the French
awareness of the Holocaust (and their collaboration).
 
Rachel Gabara
Program in Comparative Literature
University of Michigan
 
On Sun, 27 Oct 1996, Jean-Marc Larrue wrote:
 
> I'm looking for papers or books on *Nuit et brouillard* (Night and Fog) by
> Alain Resnais. Could anyone advice me on that?
>
> Thanks
>
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