Taylor & Francis Publishing Scholars, clergy, teachers and writers present stimulating essays on the theme that Anne Frank's Diary movingly symbolizes the triumph of childhood innocence over totalitarian brutality. This may be of value for classes and study groups with interests in religion and religious ethics, the Holocaust, ethnic cleansing, discrimination, the role of the individual in society, and the daunting moral dilemmas posed by emerging nationalisms all over the world.
Book News Includes essays adapted from the editor's book Beyond the Diary: Anne Frank in the World which was intended to help educators prepare their grammar school students for the "Anne Frank in the World: 1929- 1945" exhibit. New essays by scholars, teachers, and writers are also included, as is a chronology. Paper edition (0020-X), $18.95. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.