by Tammy Hepps

When Imagination Fails

Writing fiction about the Third Reich poses moral quandaries for an author. Must the Nazis’ crimes stand front-and-center in a narrative if they’re going to appear at all? How much creative license may authors take with the historical record, if any? Two new novels arrive at very different answers to these questions.

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