After Auschwitz : History, Theology, and Contemporary Judaism (Johns Hopkins Jewish Studies)

by Richard L. Rubenstein. Paperback (May 1992)

After Auschwitz : Radical Theology and Contemporary Judaism

by Richard L. Rubenstein.

Against Silence : The Voice and Vision of Elie Wiesel

by Elie Wiesel, Irving Abrahamson (Editor). Hardcover (August 1988)

Operation Shylock : A Confession (Vintage International) 
by Philip Roth

Philip Roth's very literary novels, most famously Portnoy's Complaint, have always had the feel of confessional autobiography. Operation Shylock boasts not only a character named Philip Roth, a Jewish-American novelist, but an impostor who is claiming to be him. Roth's impostor causes a furor in Israel by advocating "Diasporism," the polar opposite of Zionism, encouraging Israelis to return home to eastern Europe. In Israel the real Roth attends the trial of a former Nazi, and also observes at a West Bank military court dealing harshly with young Palestinians. Through stark counterpoint between distorted doubles, along with his trademark bawdy humor, Roth comically explores the tensions of his identity as a writer, as a Jew, and as a human being. Operation Shylock won the PEN/Faulkner Award for 1994.