Year: 1985 Source: Commentary, v.79, no.4, (1985), p.44-55 SIEC No: 19880037

The author relates the life & death by suicide of Paul Celan, a German Jew whom Felstiner claims was the voice that had the courage to speak about the Jewish catastrophe of World War II. Writings from different periods of his life are quoted & discussed, & the personal discord that lead to his suicide is examined. (NBB)