Reviewing CCCC 2000: The Holocaust And The Rhetorical Imagination (G.21)

This was one of those sessions that kept the audience focused for its entire 75 minutes. Though only about 20 or so people were in attendance at Friday's first session, they heard Lucy Stanovick describe teaching experiences with the holocaust as a writing course topic, and they heard Michael Donals and Mark Pollock discuss ways professional writers have dealt with the holocaust. Though the holocaust, in Stanovick's words is "beyond the totality of language," this fine session approached the unspeakable with teaching and intellectual acumen.

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