by Myrna Goldenberg

Ending the Day Alive

Friendship as survival

As I’ve read Holocaust memoirs, I’ve been struck by the unique emphasis on relationships in women’s writing. Isabella Leitner’s words, in Fragments of Isabella, alerted me: “If you are sisterless, you do not have the pressure, the absolute responsibility to end the day alive.”

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Friendships Without Borders

The articles in this special section:

Ending the Day Alive

by Myrna Goldenberg

Friendship as survival

Friendship as Play

by Tara Fisher and Rachel M. Schneider

In college and beyond