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0.40 Yael Zerubavel, The Death of Memory and the Memory of Death: Masada and the Holocaust as Historical Metaphors, Representations, 1994.
0.37 Sarah Farmer, Symbols that Face Two Ways: Commemorating the Victims of Nazism and Stalinism at Buchenwald and Sachsenhausen, Representations, 1995.
0.37 James E. Young, The Biography of a Memorial Icon: Nathan Rapoport's Warsaw Ghetto Monument, Representations, 1989.
0.34 Barbara Mann, Modernism and the Zionist Uncanny: Reading the Old Cemetery in Tel Aviv, Representations, 2000.
0.33 Idith Zertal, From the People's Hall to the Wailing Wall: A Study in Memory Fear and War, Representations, 2000.
0.32 Richard S. Esbenshade, Remembering to Forget: Memory History National Identity in Postwar East-Central Europe, Representations, 1995.
0.32 István Rév, Parallel Autopsies, Representations, 1995.
0.30 Margaret Olin, Lanzmann's Shoah and the Topography of the Holocaust Film, Representations, 1997.
0.26 Svetlana Boym, From the Russian Soul to Post-Communist Nostalgia, Representations, 1995.
0.23 Thomas W. Laqueur, Introduction, Representations, 2000.
0.23 Kerwin Lee Klein, On the Emergence of Memory in Historical Discourse, Representations, 2000.
0.22 Marita Sturken, The Wall the Screen and the Image: The Vietnam Veterans Memorial, Representations, 1991.
0.22 James E. B. Breslin, The Trials of Mark Rothko, Representations, 1986.
0.21 István Rév, The Necronym, Representations, 1998.
0.20 Natalie Zemon Davis, Religion and Capitalism Once Again? Jewish Merchant Culture in the Seventeenth Century, Representations, 1997.
0.18 , Front Matter, Representations, 1995.
0.18 Natalie Zemon Davis Randolph Starn, Introduction, Representations, 1989.
0.18 , Front Matter, Representations, 1989.
0.17 Pierre Nora, Between Memory and History: Les Lieux de Mémoire, Representations, 1989.
0.17 J. M. Coetzee, Osip Mandelstam and the Stalin Ode, Representations, 1991.
0.17 Lawrence Douglas, The Shrunken Head of Buchenwald: Icons of Atrocity at Nuremberg, Representations, 1998.
0.17 Ulrich Baer, To Give Memory a Place: Holocaust Photography and the Landscape Tradition, Representations, 2000.
0.16 Stephen Greenblatt István Rév Randolph Starn, Introduction, Representations, 1995.
0.16 Allan Stoekl, Nizan Drieu and the Question of Death, Representations, 1988.
0.14 , Front Matter, Representations, 2000.
0.13 Tzvetan Todorov, Communist Camps and their Aftermath, Representations, 1995.
0.13 , Note, Representations, 1989.
0.12 Andrei Plesu, Intellectual Life Under Dictatorship, Representations, 1995.
0.09 Steven Knapp, Collective Memory and the Actual Past, Representations, 1989.
0.08 Prosser Gifford, The Libraries of Eastern Europe: Information and Democracy, Representations, 1993.
0.08 Martin Procházka, Prisoner's Predicament: Public Privacy in Havel's Letters to Olga, Representations, 1993.
0.07 , Front Matter, Representations, 1991.
0.07 , Back Matter, Representations, 1996.
0.07 , Index: Representations 45-60, Representations, 1997.
0.06 John Felstiner, "Deep in the Glowing Text-Void": Translating Late Celan, Representations, 1990.
0.06 , Front Matter, Representations, 1994.
0.06 Istvàn Rèv, In Mendacio Veritas (In Lies there Lies the Truth), Representations, 1991.
0.05 David Antin, The Price, Representations, 1989.
0.05 Michael S. Roth, Remembering Forgetting: Maladies de la Mémoire in Nineteenth-Century France, Representations, 1989.